Police are investigating.
American investigators are facing mounting evidence that Faisal Shahzad wasn't working alone.
The suspect's court date was indefinitely postponed today.
See what American life was like for the man who wanted to attack it.
Police do not believe Faisal Shahzad's claim that he was working alone.
But authorities are looking for more suspects.
That's how teenage Bridgeport, Connecticut, resident Peggy Colas remembered the man who was arrested last night when he met her to buy her Nissan Pathfinder off Craigslist.
Faisal Shahzad arrested at New York City airport in apparent attempt to flee country.
They've also tracked down the owner of the Nissan Pathfinder in which the explosive materials were left.
Mayor dines at Times Square's Blue Fin.
It failed to detonate, and nobody was hurt.
The goal was to detonate two suicide bombs during rush hour.
In 2005, there were 55. Now there is only Heavy.
New immobile chairs are on the way.
Could be open to the public as soon as September 2011.
"Hundreds of city police officers will have devices affixed to their belts that can detect radiation or the crude makings of a dirty bomb."
But was it exploding clothing? We don't know.
If it's not raining, that is.