The federal charges, which portray Ahmad Khan Rahami as a man bent on murderous destruction, set the stage for the most anticipated terror prosecution since the Boston Marathon bombing. Denver Post Also reported by •Epoch Times •CNSNews.com •Seattle Times •FOXNews.com
The suspect in Saturday's bombings in New York and New Jersey declared that "the sounds of bombs will be heard in the streets" and praised "Brother Osama Bin Laden" in a journal found on him when he.. Source: KOLR -
The FBI is seeking two men who, based on surveillance footage, may have had contact with one of the bombs planted in New York City on Saturday.
The FBI is seeking two men who, based on surveillance.. Source: Geo Beats -
A federal complaint filed on Tuesday says Ahmad Khan Rahami, the suspect in the New York and New Jersey bombings, bought parts for the explosive devices on eBay.
A federal complaint filed on Tuesday.. Source: Geo Beats -
The FBI is asking for the public's assistance in locating* these two unknown individuals.*
Closed circuit television recordings indicate that *these individuals allegedly located a piece of luggage.. Zero Hedge
A blood-soaked notebook found on Ahmad Khan Rahami paints a disturbing picture of his motivations, suggesting he was inspired by terrorists at home and abroad and looked to avenge what he viewed as a.. Wall Street Journal
Here's the latest for Tuesday, September 20th: President Obama delivers his final address to UN General Assembly; FBI looked into NY bombing suspect 2 years ago after call from father; Wells Fargo CEO.. USATODAY.com
The government has come under fire after a report revealed that New York bombing suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami was born in Afghanistan before becoming a US citizen. An internal audit has further compounded.. HNGN
A congressman from New York has a message for Colin Kaepernick -- YOU'RE WELCOME FOR CATCHING THE NY BOMBING SUSPECT. Rep. Lee Zeldin -- an Iraq war veteran who now serves in the U.S. Army Reserve --.. TMZ.com
Despite explosions in New York City and New Jersey over the weekend, investors don't seem overly worried about new terrorist threats in the United States. The market moved higher on an mostly quiet.. CNN.com Also reported by •CNNMoney
Despite explosions in New York City and New Jersey over the weekend, investors don't seem overly worried about new terrorist threats in the United States. The market moved higher on an mostly quiet.. CNNMoney