Aug 19, 2010

FACT CHECK: Islam Already Lives Near Ground Zero

FACT CHECK: Islam Already Lives Near Ground Zero

A look at some of the claims and how they compare with the known facts.

Aug 19, 2010

Paterson: No Concrete Plan to Meet With Mosque Developers

Paterson: No Concrete Plan to Meet With Mosque Developers

"I'm making myself available. It's up to them."

Aug 19, 2010

Mosque a Long Shot to Be Built

Mosque a Long Shot to Be Built

The President unwittingly allied himself and his party with an ill-planned, long-shot development project described by one of its most prominent allies as “amateur hour.”

Aug 18, 2010

Dolan Calls for "Loving, Respectful" Mosque Dialogue

Dolan Calls for "Loving, Respectful" Mosque Dialogue

New York's archbishop says he hopes both sides will be heard as the debate over the mosque rages on.

Aug 26, 2010

Mosque Developer Rejects Moving to New Location

Mosque Developer Rejects Moving to New Location

Paterson has offered to help broker a new location for the controversial project.

Aug 17, 2010

Paterson, WTC Mosque Imam to Meet

Paterson, WTC Mosque Imam to Meet

Paterson has offered to help broker a new location for the controversial project.

Aug 17, 2010

Obama Clarifies Statement in Mosque Debate

Obama Clarifies Statement in Mosque Debate

Obama expanded on his original statements, saying "I was commenting very specifically on the right people have that dates back to our founding."

Aug 17, 2010

Bloomberg: Ground Zero Mosque Fail Would Be Sad

Bloomberg: Ground Zero Mosque Fail Would Be Sad

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said it would be a sad day for America if opponents successfully kill plans for a mosque proposed to be built near the World Trade Center site.

Aug 17, 2010

Palin on Mosque: Obama "Doesn't Get" It

Palin on Mosque: Obama "Doesn't Get" It

Sarah Palin chided President Barack Obama for his support of the right to build the proposed mosque two blocks from Ground Zero in New York, saying the president “doesn’t get it.”

Aug 17, 2010

Christie Warns GOP Not to "Overreact" on Mosque Issue

Christie Warns GOP Not to "Overreact" on Mosque Issue

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a new national icon for the Republican Party thanks in part to his push for pension reforms, on Monday became the most prominent GOP figure to warn against "overreacting" to...

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14-Year-Old Boy Shot Dead in Front of NYC Apartment Building: NYPD

14-Year-Old Boy Shot Dead in Front of NYC Apartment Building: NYPD

A 14-year-old boy was shot and killed in front of an apartment building in the Bronx Friday, police said.

Woman Accused of Murder in Hotel Mattress Death; 4 Accomplices Sought

Woman Accused of Murder in Hotel Mattress Death; 4 Accomplices Sought

A 31-year-old woman faces murder and robbery charges in the death of a 28-year-old man found bloodied and unconscious under a mattress at a midtown hotel blocks from the Empire State Building earlier this week...

Authorities "Barely Missed" D.C. Slayings Suspect in NYC: Report

Authorities "Barely Missed" D.C. Slayings Suspect in NYC: Report

Federal authorities say they "barely missed" the welder suspected in last's week brutal slayings of a prominent family and their housekeeper in an exclusive Washington, D.C., neighborhood when he traveled...

Musician Traveling 300 Miles by Wheelchair Hit, Killed in Crash

Musician Traveling 300 Miles by Wheelchair Hit, Killed in Crash

Authorities say a highway crash in southeast Georgia killed an Atlanta musician traveling 300 miles by wheelchair to raise awareness for people with disabilities. The Georgia State Patrol says 59-year-old Frank...

2 Indicted on Federal Charges in College Party Drug Overdoses

2 Indicted on Federal Charges in College Party Drug Overdoses

Two people have been indicted on federal charges for the distribution of synthetic party drugs at Wesleyan University that sent 11 people to hospitals in February, prosecutors said Friday.

NYC Day Care Closed Over Alleged Abuse Video

NYC Day Care Closed Over Alleged Abuse Video

A child care center in Brooklyn has been shut down while city officials investigate a video that shows a worker grabbing and pulling a student either by the hair or ear, authorities say.