They were allegedly in a third-floor apartment on West 33rd Street in Bayonne, when they allegedly dropped their makeshift bomb on the fire escape and onto the ground.
NYPD Deputy Police Commissioner Paul Browne said the city is stepping up security at hotels and other prominent locations through deployment of the NYPD’s critical response vehicles.
Nearly 50 local runners from Long Island survived the Boston Marathon without injury Monday, but they were still left in horror as the bombs went off.
The MTA says over 857,000 cubic yards of rock have been removed to create the new caverns and tunnels under Manhattan.
Investigators were searching for suspects Monday night, after a series of explosive devices detonated in New Rochelle.
A New Jersey family was left homeless for the holidays, after their home went up in flames following an explosion nearby.
A man trying to help a New Milford homeowner repair a propane leak was killed when the house exploded, leaving only a chimney, police said.
Construction workers were blasting through rock to create an escalator for the Second Avenue subway when two 1,800-pound steel plates were lifted into the air, allowing debris to rain onto the street.
Human error is being looked at as a possible cause of an underground explosion that rocked the Upper East Side Tuesday.
Investigators continued probing the matchstick-like rubble that was a home, until it was blown to smithereens on Tuesday, killing a toddler and injuring six adults inside.
A family of three, including an 18-month-old baby, were inside the home as well as a plumber, insurance inspector and real estate agent at the time of the explosion. The baby was confirmed dead by authorities.
A fast-moving fire tore through a commercial building in East Farmingdale on Saturday.
Martiza Matea suffered burns on about 60 percent of her body after the unit’s compressor apparently exploded around 7 p.m. Tuesday, authorities said.
The blast occurred at the site of an old Mobil station where workers were removing an underground gas tank, officials said.
Contractor Fidel Padilla, 53, of 97 Croton Avenue, Cortlandt Manor pleaded guilty to felony reckless endangerment. His company, FGC Communications, Inc. pleaded guilty to felony assault.