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Attacker Arraigned

The would-be New York City bomber who tried to detonate explosives in the Manhattan subway has been arraigned.

Terror suspect Akayed Ullah has gone before a judge. The Bangladeshi immigrant was arraigned Wednesday, appearing on a video monitor from his hospital bed. The twenty-seven year old is still wrapped in bandages from Monday’s failed subway bombing, and is now facing five federal terrorism charges. Authorities believe he was trying to kill himself, but, the bomb was not packed…

Early Morning Explosion

Enhanced security is in place across New York City after a terror attack during the Monday morning commute.

THIS MATERIAL MAY CONTAIN GRAPHIC AUDIO/VIDEO   Terrifying moments in New York City when a suspected terrorist detonated a bomb in a bus terminal. Officials say it could have been a whole lot worse. At 7:02 monday morning, Akayed Ullah detonated a device described as a low-tech pipe bomb attached to his body with velcro and zip ties. No one…

Halloween Horror

A man in a rented pickup truck mowed down pedestrians and cyclists along a busy bike path near New York City's World Trade Center Tuesday.

At least eight people are dead and more than a dozen injured after a man drove his truck onto a busy bicycle path in New York City. Twenty-nine year-old Sayfullo Saipov was shot and wounded by police when he got exited the vehicle brandishing pellet guns. Officers reportedly found a note in the truck, saying the attack was carried out…

The most-traveled city this Thanksgiving is…

Sin City is ranked as the number one destination for travelers this holiday weekend. According to the  AAA Thanksgiving Holiday Forecast, West Coast cities take up the majority of the top 10 spots this year, including San Diego, San Francisco, Anaheim and Seattle. An estimated 48.7 million Americans will journey 50 miles or more this Thanksgiving – an increase of 1…

‘Not my president’

Anti-Trump protests erupt across the country

(CNN) – Almost as soon as the presidential election was called early Wednesday morning, naming Donald Trump as president-elect, people took to the streets, protesting the results. And as the sun rose and then fell again, crowds have grown larger and larger, marching in over a dozen cities across the country. In cities like Austin, Texas and Des Moines, Iowa, students…