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Unprecedented Security Expected at New Year's Eve Celebrations
In New York City, 6,000 police officers will be joined by bomb-sniffing dogs and 500 elite counterterrorism officers.
NYPD Reassures New Yorkers After ISIS Threat
Here at home, the threat here at home with Isis re-releasing that video showing scenes from new York City. Including right here in times square. Officials quickly responding overnight and ABC's Brian Ross is here with that, good morning, Brian. Good morning, robin. New York City officials felt
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New York Preps for New Year's Eve Celebration
The NYPD are increasing their presence and the National Guard has been called in for extra security, as the city prepares to usher in 2015 in Times Square.
New App Allows You To Watch NYE Ball Drop Via Smartphone
Waterford reveals 2014 ball design and how to tune into live coverage via phone or tablet.
Feds: Serial Bike Bomber on the Loose, Times Square Just One Target
March 2008 Blast Damaged Military Recruiting Station, Tied to Other Bombings
Transcript: The Future of our Fight against Terrorism
PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: Good afternoon, everybody. Please be seated. It is a great honor to return to the National Defense University. Here at Fort McNair, Americans have served in uniform since 1791, standing guard in the earliest days of the republic and contemplating the future of warfare here
Obama on Guantanamo Heckler: 'Worth Paying Attention To'
Woman interrupts president's speech calling on Congress to close detention center in Cuba.
Digital Report: President Obama Delivers National Security Speech
President Barack Obama details counterterrorism priorities, addresses heckler during speech.
Marathon Bombing Investigators Ask What Attracted Terror Suspects to Boston Suburb
Among the many unanswered questions about the two Tsarnaev brothers accused of the Boston Marathon bombing is why, days after the attack, they were heading to the suburb of Watertown and its manicured lawns and tulips when police picked up their trail and began a chase. Investigators want to know