Manhattan bomb

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Father of Ahmad Khan Rahami 'contacted FBI in 2014 to say he was a terrorist'

Father of Ahmad Khan Rahami 'contacted FBI in 2014 to say he was a terrorist'

Official cited by the Associated Press says Rahami's father subsequently retracted the claim about the Manhattan and New Jersey bomb suspect

Expert explains the political impact of Manhattan bombing for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

New York explosions: 'Too early to say whether Donald Trump will gain from weekend's bombings'

'Too early to say whether Trump will gain from New York, New Jersey explosions'

Dr. Brian Klaas said the terror scare will resonate with Trump's core support, but harder to gauge impact on wider electorate

Expert dismisses lone wolf idea in Manhattan and New Jersey bombings

Manhattan and New Jersey suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami didn't act alone, says anti-terror expert

Manhattan and New Jersey suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami 'didn't act alone'

Former counter-terror detective David Videcette explained why he thought the lone wolf theory wasn't true

Monday, September 19, 2016

Monday, September 19, 2016

Find out more about the Manhattan and Elizabeth bombs with Jon Holmes

The Manhattan and Elizabeth bombs explained by explosives expert

The Manhattan and Elizabeth bombs explained by explosives expert

Jon Holmes invites an expert to his show to reveal more about bombs discovered in America

Manhattan and Elizabeth bombs were linked, says Homeland Security official

Manhattan and Elizabeth bombs were linked, says Homeland Security official

Manhattan and Elizabeth bombs were linked, says Homeland Security official

Authorities earlier suggested Manhattan suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami's last known address was Elizabeth

Police release name of suspect in Manhattan bombing

Manhattan bombing suspect named as Ahmad Khan Rahami

Manhattan bombing suspect named as Ahmad Khan Rahami

The NYPD are searching for 28 year old Ahmad Khan Rahami

Manhattan Bombing: "These attacks are difficult to stop but they were relatively unsuccessful', says expert

Manhattan Bombing: 'Even the dumbest terrorist wouldn't have picked that spot in Chelsea'

'These attacks are difficult to stop but they were relatively unsuccessful'

Security expert Will Geddes says bombing in Manhattan was planned very badly

Five explosive devices found at New Jersey station hours after Manhattan blast

Five explosive devices found at New Jersey station hours after Manhattan blast

Five explosive devices found in New Jersey hours after Manhattan blast

One of the devices exploded as bomb squads attempted to disarm them. The devices were reportedly shrapnel-filled pressure cookers.