Heavily armed police officers stand guard in the Armed Forces recruitment center island in New York's Time Square, Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016. Gov. Andrew Cuomo said 1,000 additional law enforcement officers were being deployed after the Saturday night blast in Chelsea, a primarily residential neighborhood on Manhattan's west side that's known for its art galleries and large gay population. He encouraged New Yorkers to go about their day as usual.
Heavily armed police officers stand guard in the Armed Forces recruitment center island in New York's Time Square, Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016. Gov. Andrew Cuomo said 1,000 additional law enforcement officers were being deployed after the Saturday night blast in Chelsea, a primarily residential neighborhood on Manhattan's west side that's known for its art galleries and large gay population. He encouraged New Yorkers to go about their day as usual. Mary Altaffer AP
Heavily armed police officers stand guard in the Armed Forces recruitment center island in New York's Time Square, Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016. Gov. Andrew Cuomo said 1,000 additional law enforcement officers were being deployed after the Saturday night blast in Chelsea, a primarily residential neighborhood on Manhattan's west side that's known for its art galleries and large gay population. He encouraged New Yorkers to go about their day as usual. Mary Altaffer AP

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