NEW YORK (AP) — A New York City college student accused of plotting a terrorist attack on Times Square spent months trying to stockpile guns and grenades, heaped praise on the Islamic State group and Osama bin Laden, and feared being known as the “Looney Tunes Terrorist” if his glasses fell off and he couldn’t […]
Investigators say Akayed Ullah, a 27-year-old Bangladeshi immigrant, detonated a potentially deadly device inside a New York City subway.
A suspect and three bystanders were injured Monday morning in what officials are calling an “attempted terrorist attack” on the New York Subway.
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The suspect arrested was injured in the explosion but is expected to survive.
Federal officials say Ullah became radicalized through the internet about three years ago.
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Akayed Ullah’s family says it’s outraged by the way it was targeted by law enforcement, including pulling a teenage relative from class.
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Investigators say this morning’s explosion on a busy New York City subway platform was an attempted act of terrorism.