Reporting & Analysis
New York City has always been one of al-Qaida's favorite targets, and now that Osama bin Laden is dead, the international gateway to the U.S., which is constantly probed by terrorists, finds itself under two microscopes: al-Qaida's and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
At 11:35 p.m. on Sunday May 1, President Obama said, "Justice has been done" when telling the world Osama bin Laden was dead. Many celebrated, other's waited nervously for the backlash.
New York City is considered by many to be the crossroads of the world. But joining the millions who live, work or vacation in the Big Apple are others who head to the city with a more sinister purpose.
FBI agents in New York had to face a disturbing fact after Faisal Shahzad's attempt to bomb Times Square failed on May 1, 2010.