After Boston Marathon bombings, NYC tightens security

Police officers man their post at Times Square

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Police officers man their post at Times Square in Manhattan as the city heightens security measures in response to the bombings at the Boston Marathon. (April 15, 2013) (Credit: Getty Images)

The NYPD beefed up security at iconic tourist sites, hotels and transportation hubs across the city Monday after the Boston Marathon bombings, and authorities said they would remain on high alert until more details of the attack are known.

"We have a high level of concern about what happened in Boston," NYPD spokesman Paul Browne said.

Within minutes of the Boston explosions, NYPD...

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