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Suddenly, it seems, everyone is talking about Shariah. In particular, growing controversies over proposed mosques at ground zero and other sites are becoming powerful "teaching moments" - raising awareness about the repressive theo-political-military-legal doctrine that animates the builders and that their fellow adherents seek to impose on the entire world.
Rudy Giuliani's daughter was arrested Wednesday on a misdemeanor shoplifting charge at a cosmetics store after she was seen on security video pocketing makeup, police said.
New York City police say they have arrested rapper-actor Ice-T on accusations of driving with a suspended license.
Following the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, the New York Police Department barricaded off its headquarters on Park Row. About 2,000 residents in two apartment complexes found themselves living inside a security zone. Nine years later, they still are.
Nine years after the Sept. 11 attacks, New Yorkers are still living behind barricades, a protective measure many of them feel is unnecessary.
A federal grand jury in New York on Thursday returned a 10-count indictment accusing Faisal Shahzad of attempting to "wreak death and destruction" with a bomb he placed May 1 in a car he parked in Times Square, the Justice Department said.
HOUSE: Bill to help sick 9/11 responders advances
For years, they were the picture of solidarity — the four children of Martin Luther King carrying on the legacy of the civil rights icon. But a lawsuit over how their father's estate is being run has left a rift in one of the world's most famous families.
Homegrown terrorists with clean records can operate under the radar of law enforcement and pose a more significant threat to homeland security than al Qaeda, says a report issued yesterday by the New York City Police Department.