A hacking group called the Syrian Electronic Army has claimed responsibility for the attack.
FBI SWAT teams swooped down on a rundown rowhouse in the Bronx on Wednesday, arresting eight people accused of being involved in regular drug sales in the neighborhood.
Borough Administrator John Camera says investigators are trying to verify the legitimacy of several claims, including payments to reimburse the owners of an Army-Navy and vehicles Seaside Heights leased to replace ones wrecked by flood waters.
Two workers were hospitalized after opening a package at John F. Kennedy International Airport Sunday, but the substance inside – initially feared to be nerve gas – turned out only to be beauty supplies.
According to federal officials, Davis allegedly sold hundreds of pills, including oxycodone, for cash.
Officer Mario Rodriguez, 39, pleaded not guilty Monday to federal charges that he stole 600,000 cigarettes and robbed a government informant he thought was a drug courier.
Spokesman Greg Comcowich said the man is scheduled to appear in federal court in Newark at 2 p.m.
The FBI and the Justice Department held a repatriation ceremony Wednesday for the valuable works stolen from the National Library of Sweden.
Authorities are asking for the public’s help in figuring out who stole $1.2 million from a Swiss International Air Lines jet last month.
For the first time, the FBI has released its files on late New York City Mayor Ed Koch.
Multiple NYPD officers have been charged with corruption in recent years, on allegations that they misused the FBI-operated National Crime Information Center to snoop on other officers, or even to get information on people they might rob.
Federal authorities announced Wednesday a high school student from Long Island pleaded guilty to charges stemming from his plans to travel to Yemen to volunteer to fight for al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.
The FBI is investigating whether the cash disappeared from the cargo hold in Zurich, Switzerland, where Flight 17 originated, or after it landed.
Glendon Scott Crawford and Eric J. Feight wanted to build a mobile, remotely operated device that would silently zap unsuspecting targets with lethal doses of X-rays, prosecutors said.
The FBI confirmed material was recovered from the former home of Jimmy “The Gent” Burke, but a forensic examination by the medical examiner will determine whether they were human remains or something else.