- New York attack suspect charged with federal terrorism . . .
The suspect in New York's deadliest terror attack since 9 11 has been charged with federal terrorism offenses in Tuesday's attack that left eight people dead, authorities said
- New York truck attack suspect charged with terrorism . . .
Follow Thursday’s updates here: Investigators probe New York attack suspect’s communications while Trump calls for death penalty Federal authorities on Wednesday charged the 29-year-old Uzbek immigrant they say plowed a rented truck into people walking and cycling on a New York City bike path — killing eight — with providing support to
- New York bombing suspect on Facebook: Trump you failed
The man accused of blowing up a homemade explosive in a pedestrian subway tunnel in the heart of New York posted on Facebook earlier in the day, saying, "Trump you failed to protect your nation," according to a criminal complaint
- F. B. I. Treating San Bernardino Attack as Terrorism Case . . .
The shift in the investigation came shortly after officials said the female suspect in the shooting had pledged allegiance to the Islamic State in a Facebook posting
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- ‘I Did It for the Islamic State,’ Bombing Suspect Told . . .
Meanwhile, a fuller portrait of Mr Ullah and his motives was emerging as investigators fanned out across New York to track down every lead Albert Fox Cahn, the legal director of the state’s chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, however, said some of law enforcement’s tactics had been too aggressive
- New York bombing suspect Akayed Ullah warned Trump on . . .
The man who faces terror charges over Monday's bus terminal bombing in New York posted a warning to President Donald Trump just before the attack "Trump you failed to protect your nation," it read The post by Akayed Ullah was revealed in charges filed by federal prosecutors on Tuesday They say
- The New York bombing suspect wrote Trump, you failed to . . .
Federal prosecutors on Tuesday charged Akayed Ullah with terrorism offenses and using a weapon of mass destruction in connection to the bombing in an underground passageway in New York City on Monday On the morning of the attack, Ullah posted on Facebook, "Trump you failed to protect your nation