NYC terror suspect cites ISIS as an inspiration
Suspect Akayed Ullah, 27, had the bomb strapped to him as he rode the subway from Brooklyn to Manhattan before the attack, a law enforcement source said.
It was a race to the top -- literally! Hundreds of challenge seekers and those looking for a break from their daily routines participated in the Lotte World Tower International Sky Run Sunday in downtown Seoul. Runners from all over the world strived to cross the finish line of the longest and
New York City is now home to the largest Chick-fil-A in the world. The five-story restaurant, complete with a rooftop terrace, officially opened in New York City’s Financial District on Thursday. Over 12,000 square feet, the Fulton Street Chick-fil-A is nearly twice the size of any existing
Take a look at this week's top headlines, including the deadly truck attack in New York.
Two days after a terror attack unfolded along a lower Manhattan bike and jogging path, small memorials have cropped up to honor the eight people killed and the 12 others who were wounded. The rampage began shortly after 3 p.m. Tuesday when Sayfullo Saipov, 29, allegedly began plowing into cyclists
President Donald Trump called for the New York City terror suspect to get the death penalty in a late-night tweet Wednesday just hours after Sayfullo Saipov was charged with providing support to ISIS and violence and destruction of motor vehicles. Trump referenced Saipov's request to hang an ISIS
The suspect, identified by police as Sayfullo Saipov, 29, is accused of driving a rental truck onto a bike path in what is being investigated as a possible terror attack.
On Halloween afternoon, the suspect, driving a rented Home Depot truck, turned onto the bike and pedestrian path along the West Side Highway.
In what New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio called a "cowardly act of terror," a man driving a rental truck struck and killed eight people on a bike path Tuesday afternoon. The sprawling crime scene runs about 10 blocks along the West Side Highway, a few blocks away from One World Trade Center .