Eight Muslims filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday in New Jersey to force the New York Police Department to end its surveillance and other intelligence-gathering practices targeting Muslims in the years after the 2001 terrorist attacks.
Ten House Democrats, including a member of the party's leadership and lawmakers who oversee intelligence and homeland security matters, have criticized New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg for his "underhanded and unprofessional" response to criticism of the New York Police Department's spying programs.
The narrator of the terrorism documentary "The Third Jihad" is planning to speak at a rally outside of the New York City Police Department headquarters to show support for the department, even though city officials have disavowed the film.
An interstate feud escalated Friday when a New York congressman berated the New Jersey governor for "trying to score cheap political points" instead of saving lives when he complained that the New York Police Department's monitoring of Muslims across the state line was arrogant and secretive.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says the New York Police Department ignored one of the key lessons of 9/11 by not sharing information with New Jersey law enforcement agencies when it conducted secret surveillance of Muslim communities.
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