SUBWAY SCARE: TERROR TAKES AIM AT NEW YORK

About 11 p.m. on Wednesday, a frantic man flagged down a police car in Brooklyn, N.Y. Something terrible was about to happen, he tried to tell the cops, using broken English and sign language. At one point he flung his arms apart to indicate an explosion. When a translator arrived at the local precinct house, the man reported a plot by men he was living with to set off an explosion in New York City's subways that could have matched in carnage the blast that had just devastated Jerusalem's busiest market.

New York police and federal officers moved into action. They...

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