The 27-year-old suspect faces state and federal terrorism-related charges.
The man suspected of detonating an explosive in New York City reportedly told authorities he was inspired by ISIS.
Three people were injured when the suspect detonated an "improvised, low-tech explosive device" at a Manhattan mass transit station.
The flames burned a whopping 230,000 acres by Sunday evening.
The U.S. Justice Department is warning more cities, counties and states it claims might have "sanctuary policies" protecting undocumented immigrants.
Officials say the New York Police Department found a handwritten note that roughly translates to "the Islamic State would endure forever."
Families still took their children trick-or-treating in lower Manhattan. And costumed New Yorkers flooded the streets for an annual Halloween parade.
The New York City mayor says the "millionaires tax" would provide a steady source of funding.
Metropolitan Transportation Authority is expected to approve a new payment system that would let commuters pay with smartphones.
State Street Global Advisors agreed to pay a $5 million settlement over alleged pay discrimination against some female and black employees.
SpaceX is working on a rocket concept called "BFR" that could travel quickly anywhere on Earth and maybe even take people to Mars.
His reported absence would fit a trend of being less focused on diplomacy and more concerned about efficiency.