The federal charges set the stage for the most anticipated terror prosecution since the Boston Marathon bombing.
By Larisa Epatko
NEW YORK -- A suspect of bombings in New York City and New Jersey was captured Monday after a shootout with police.
By Michael D. Regan
A bomb that exploded in New York City does not to appear to have ties to a global terrorism network, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said on Sunday.
By Jonathan Lemire and Ken Thomas, Associated Press
Donald Trump appeared to pre-empt New York City officials when he declared Saturday evening that a "bomb went off" in New York City before officials had released details.
By Kamala Kelkar
An explosion injured as many as 29 people in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan on Saturday night.
Students in my classes remembered September 11 as high-schoolers; then as middle-schoolers; as grade-schoolers; then, only through their parents’ stories. Ten years later, the experience was already a generation removed.
By PBS NewsHour
Students at the Refugee Youth Summer Academy in New York City are taking their first steps to adjusting to life in a U.S. classroom. This year's class of 118 students comes from families who have been granted asylum in the…
After an imam shooting in Ozone Park, some residents believe the need for more robust policing is greater than ever, while others feel it is time for a change.
By Ken Thomas, Associated Press
Clinton campaign aides said she will meet in New York with eight leading law enforcement leaders on Thursday.
By Lillian Mongeau, The Hechinger Report
One city’s attempt to professionalize early education could be a model for the nation. In the last two years, New York City has moved to accommodate all of the city’s public school 4-year-olds in high-quality preschool classrooms.
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