Mayor Bill de Blasio is in Paris as part of a show of solidarity against terrorism and anti-Semitism.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is going to Paris to remember the victims of the recent terror attacks in France.
The book store hopes to have enough copies to put them on sale by next week.
In the wake of the Paris terror attacks last week, the NYPD has been quietly expanding training for “active shooter” situations in which terrorists arm themselves with high-powered rifles and open fire.
Some students and parents were concerned Wednesday night, with a global travel warning in place after recent terror attacks in France.
As New Yorkers pay tribute, the search is on for the woman on the run who is believed to be the partner of one of the shooters.
The Tunnel to Towers 5K retraces the steps of fallen firefighter Stephen Siller, who ran to Ground Zero, but never returned home.
The moving exhibition has been on the road since Sept. 11, 2012, bringing the story of the terror attacks to all parts of the country.
The mobile exhibit was build on an expandable 53-foot trailer that houses over a 1,000 feet of museum space.
The order requires Verizon, one of the nation’s largest telecommunications companies, on an “ongoing, daily basis” to give the NSA information on all telephone calls in its systems, both within the U.S. and between the U.S. and other countries.
Imam Mustafa El Amin said since 9/11, the Muslim faith has come under the microscope. El Amin said he’s spent 11 years trying to turn around the shadow cast by the hijackers.
With the 10-year anniversary of 9/11 just days away, events marking the darkest moment in this country’s history are underway. On Wednesday night on Long Island, a few hundred family and friends of victims came together.
Two congressmen from New York City say that up to $50 million in Osama bin Laden bounty money should go to first responders, survivors and families of victims of the Sept. 11 attacks.
Propective jurors groaned during the selection process Monday as the judge told them how long the trial could last. Only 18 of 130 people said they would be willing to participate.
The toxic tower contaminated by debris from the Sept. 11 terror attacks is finally gone. But it will be in the spotlight again at an upcoming trial surrounding the deaths of two firefighters in a 2007 blaze there.