Times Square Attack Puts Focus On NYPD's Need For Funds To Fight Terror

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The New York Police Department finds itself in the awkward position of having to use Saturday night's near-catastrophe -- a potentially devastating car bomb discovered in the heart of Times Square -- to appeal to the federal government for more funds. New York officials say the federal government isn't providing them with enough of what they need most to head off another terror attack in the nation's largest city: cold, hard cash. The New York Police Department finds itself in the awkward position of having to use Saturday night's near-catastrophe -- a potentially devastating car bomb discovered in the heart of Times Square -- to appeal to the federal government for more funds.