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Bryant Park, New York, NY, US

Photo: Police and EMS at Manhattan's Bryant Park station where a man was slashed on train - @RColletti4NY

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Bryant Park, New York, NY, US

FDNY says man stabbed on subway at Bryant Park station in Manhattan - WCBS

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Manhattan, New York, NY, US

All-clear given after New York police clear a suspicious package at Mercer and Grand streets in Manhattan - @JPeterDonald

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Explosions in NJ, NYC, September 2016

Photo: FBI release on 2 men who allegedly found unexploded bomb in NYC Saturday, taking suitcase and leaving behind device - WNBC

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Explosions in NJ, NYC, September 2016

Image: Federal prosecutors file charges against New York City-area bombing suspect - ABC News

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Explosions in NJ, NYC, September 2016

Federal officials filing charges against suspect in New York-area bombings, including using a weapon of mass destruction - NBC News

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Explosions in NJ, NYC, September 2016

Suspect in New York area bombings used to work as unarmed security guard, briefly at AP's office in Cranbury, NJ - AP

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Manhattan, New York, NY, US

Photo: New York City firefighters, police respond to report of injured train passenger at Astor Place - @AndyBCampbell

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Explosions in NJ, NYC, September 2016

Rahami note found during arrest in mentioned Fort Hood shootings, Boston Marathon bombings - WNBC (corrected)

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Explosions in NJ, NYC, September 2016

Photo: Part of 23rd Street in Manhattan still shut down as evidence markers removed from scene of Saturday's explosion - @PeiSzeCheng4NY

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Explosions in NJ, NYC, September 2016

Editor's note: CNN reports, citing law enforcement sources, that New York and New Jersey bombings suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami made several trips to Afghanistan and was questioned when he entered the U.S. However, he was reportedly never on the radar for possible radicalization. Officials have not publicly confirmed this information. Rahami is a U.S. citizen of Afghan descent and has a brother believed to be in Afghanistan, NBC News reports. There is no information indicating connections between his family members and known terrorist groups, NBC adds. - Stephanie

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Explosions in NJ, NYC, September 2016

Editor's note: Police have connected Saturday's explosion in Manhattan with the earlier bombing in Seaside Park, N.J. Due to this confirmation, we will now be posting all developments under the topic "Explosions in NJ, NYC, September 2016." Please follow that story for updates moving forward. - Stephanie

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Explosions in NJ, NYC, September 2016

Photo: Dumpster on 23rd Street in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood being removed by the FBI - @CeFaanKim

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Explosions in NJ, NYC, September 2016

New York governor now says it looks like Manhattan bombing could be act of terrorism with foreign connection - AP

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Explosions in NJ, NYC, September 2016

Editor's note: If you're just waking up or commuting in the New York City and New Jersey area today, here's the latest: Train service resumed on all Northeast Corridor and North Jersey Coast lines at 5:30 a.m. ET, but residual delays are expected as the investigation in Elizabeth, NJ, continues. Amtrak also says that Acela Express, Northeast Regional and other services will operate Monday with some schedule modifications, so passengers should expect cancellations and delays throughout the day. In Manhattan, West 23rd Street between Sixth and Seventh avenues remains closed as police continue their investigation into Saturday's explosion in Chelsea. PATH trains are skipping 23rd Street in Manhattan, and PATH will cross-honor New Jersey Transit passengers. MTA's 1, E and F trains have resumed normal stops at 23rd and 28th streets. - Rebecca

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Explosions in NJ, NYC, September 2016

5 people have been detained by the FBI in relation to Saturday's bombing in Manhattan, sources tell NBC News, ABC7

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Explosion in Seaside Park, NJ, Sept. 17, 2016

Editor's note: Officials familiar with the investigation tell NBC News that all devices had old, flip-style cell phone as possible detonators, raising concerns that the New Jersey and Manhattan events could be linked. Those officials also say that at least one surveillance video from 27th Street in Manhattan shows a man leaving a piece of luggage on the sidewalk, and then two other men come and dump the contents of the suitcase and take the empty suitcase. The officials say police are seeking the men, who likely did not know the bag might contain a device, to confirm what they found. - Rebecca

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Explosion in Seaside Park, NJ, Sept. 17, 2016

3 sources tell @NBCNews that a connection between pressure cooker on 27th Street in Manhattan and in New Jersey has not been ruled out - @Tom_Winter

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Explosions in NJ, NYC, September 2016

Statement: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo orders state police and National Guard to deploy 1,000 officers across New York City after Manhattan explosion - @DanLinden

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Explosions in NJ, NYC, September 2016

NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill says no group or individual has claimed responsibility for explosion in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood

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