Freelance reporter Scott Gurian is in New Jersey, where’s he’s been giving updates since yesterday morning. Bob Hennely is a reporter for WNYC.
A Bangladeshi man was accused yesterday of attempting to blow up New York's Federal Reserve Bank. Twenty-one-year-old Quazi Mohammad Ahsan Nafis has appeared in court and been charged with trying to detonate what he thought was a van full of explosives. Bob Hennelly, a contributing editor at WNYC, explains.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has opened an investigation into allegations that News Corp.'s U.K.-based tabloid News of the World tried to hack into the phones of victims of September 11, 2001, a law enforcement official confirms the investigation to WNYC.
After months of bitter campaigning and millions of dollars, Republicans in New Jersey have chosen their party's nominee for governor. He is Doug Forrester, a longtime businessman, who pulled in about 36 percent of the vote and defeated six other candidates.
The Garden State GOP is pledging to rally around Forrester, ...