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Mrs. Clinton stressed her national security credentials and measured her words, and Mr. Trump sounded a note of furious alarm about Saturday’s attacks in New York and New Jersey.
It is believed to be the first such deployment of the nation’s Wireless Emergency Alerts system: An electronic wanted poster was sent out for Ahmad Khan Rahami, who was wanted in the weekend attack.
The assertion at trial was the first time the New Jersey governor had been accused of knowing about the scheme at the George Washington Bridge to punish a local mayor.
Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, was taken into custody on Monday, in connection with bombings in Manhattan and New Jersey on Saturday. He was wounded in a gunfight with the police.
As a favor to his son, the restaurant owner Homer Murray, the film star and folk hero serves up shots — and drinks them, too.
Mr. Kerry’s statement that trucks were moving to eight or more locations was a rare sign of progress during a fragile cease-fire.
Monday: Californians and “desperate poverty,” the Los Angeles Rams win their return-home opener, and picking up your discarded cigarette butts.
Authorities released a photograph of Mr. Rahami, a 28-year-old U.S. citizen of Afghan descent, and send a phone alert to millions asking for help in their search.
Monday: The explosion in Chelsea and the related investigation, soggy weather, and recognizing Brooklynese.