A video released over the weekend urged Muslims to attack shopping malls in the U.S., Canada, Britain and other Western countries.
A teenage boy from Bushwick, Brooklyn has learned the hard way that you can’t just post anything you want on Facebook.
Visitors were barred from Newtown High School in Newtown, Connecticut for the afternoon Tuesday, after school officials discovered a threat on social media.
New York City officials on Monday announced new plans in case the Ebola virus spreads to the city.
Who are the Americans who authorities say are out to attack their own country? The FBI said it is watching them and stopping them is a priority.
Authorities were searching late Friday for a possible suspicious person and vehicle in connection with a potential threat to President Barack Obama, who was in Westchester County for two events.
An upstate man was sentenced to home confinement and mental health counseling on a gun charge Friday, after allegedly threatening former President George W. Bush and his family.
The House Ethics Committee has decided to hold off on reviewing an incident in which U.S. Rep. Michael Grimm (R-N.Y.) threatened to harm a New York news reporter in the U.S. Capitol.
Roads were shut down and traffic was snagged on the New Jersey side of the Lincoln Tunnel Tuesday evening, after someone called in a threat to police.
A threat to “shoot up” North Bergen High School has prompted an investigation, and the school has also made sure all the students face some consequences for their own safety.
Two 12-year-old girls in New Jersey were facing charges Monday, after they allegedly brought a knife and scissors to the school and threatened a male student.
Police on Long Island are investigating a threatening message left in a boy’s bathroom at Wantagh High School.
Authorities searched the building and by about 9:30 a.m., the school was declared safe and students and staff were allowed to return.
Joseph Russo was arrested Monday and charged with threatening and threatening an act of terrorism, police said.
The calls came into the principal and assistant principal’s offices shortly before noon, Interim Superintendent of Schools Dr. Jeffrey Korostoff said.