Two brothers convicted of planning to attack military personnel on installations in New Jersey and elsewhere are asking a judge to vacate their convictions, saying their lawyers made key mistakes in their defense.
A New Jersey Senate committee has advanced a bill that would require out-of-state law enforcement agencies to notify state officials if they want to conduct counterterrorism surveillance operations here.
Republican Gov. Chris Christie, who received just a quarter of the Essex County vote when he ran for office in 2009, collected endorsements from the county's top elected Democrat, a dozen black clergy and five mayors Tuesday.
The New York Police Department is defending itself in a federal civil rights lawsuit over its surveillance of Muslims. It says in a new court filing that nothing it has done violated surveillance guidelines imposed by a federal judge in a previous case.
As he hid in a boat in Watertown, the Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev wrote a note on the interior wall of the boat blaming the attack on "what the U.S. did to Muslims in Afghanistan and Iraq."
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