People have come together in a big way to help out two men who potentially saved many lives by alerting police to a bomb left at a train station in Elizabeth, New Jersey.
The FBI is looking for two men who were captured on camera touching a pressure cooker bomb that was left on a New York City street Saturday.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) argued that Ahmad Khan Rahami, an American citizen of Afghan descent, should be treated as an enemy combatant for intelligence-gathering purposes.
A neighbor of the accused New York and New Jersey bomber says that Ahmad Khan Rahami did not act alone.
The father of the man suspected in the New York and New Jersey bombings claims he called the FBI on his own son two years ago.
Lindsey Graham is calling for the suspect behind the New York and New Jersey bombings to be considered an "enemy combatant" and stripped of his constitutional rights. Judge Andrew Napolitano, however, "profoundly disagrees."
Ahmad Khan Rahami, a suspect in the weekend bombings in New York and New Jersey, was known to law enforcement, according to Catherine Herridge's reporting.