ISIS recently released an 11 minute video that shows some of the most atrocious acts by the terror group, including road side bombings and the beheading of U.S. journalist James Foley.
NYPD officers arrested a man on Tuesday who allegedly talked about “how easy it would be to shoot a police officer” while holding his iPhone like a gun and pretended to shoot as a squad car went by.
Law enforcement wants to know why the mayor reinstated Brooklyn Criminal Court Judge Laura Johnson, after she released a suspect accused of threatening the department.
Police said they have been combing through hundreds of online postings and calls to 911 to try to determine if any threats are credible.
Six New Yorkers have been arrested in connection with threats against the NYPD.
Several school administrators in the Tri-State Area have decided to ban the popular app Yik Yak, after it led to threats of violence at a New Jersey high school.
Super Bowl security preparations have gotten a thumbs up from U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson.
Nassau County police have launched an investigation, after a series of threatening tweets targeting Officer Nikolas Budimlic – the officer who accidentally shot and killed a Hosftra University student last May.
A federal judge told Lawrence Mulqueen he is entitled to have opinions, but his postings had crossed the line into criminal behavior.
A student at a Jersey Shore elementary school will likely face charges in connection with an alleged plot against his fellow students.
A man has been charged with making a terroristic threat, after police allegedly found threatening messages on his Facebook account linked to the trial of George Zimmerman
An attorney on Sunday denied claims in a lawsuit alleging that Mets legend John Franco and his wife assaulted the woman who was in charge of their estate sale.
Lawrence Mulqueen did not enter a plea on charges of making terroristic threats, illegally possessing weapons and harassment.
Police said they found two rifles, bayonets, ammunition and body armor at Lawrence Mulqueen’s home.
Paul Nosak, the owner of a tree removal company, said for the most part, Long Islanders have welcomed him and been gracious. But he said he has gotten threatening a voicemail demanding that he leave.