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It's 40 years since Beatles star John Lennon was killed in New York
Mark David Chapman killed Lennon on December 8, 1980.
Lack of tourists in New York is wiping out small business
Many Manhattan shopkeepers are having to rely on the kindness of strangers to stay afloat.
Explained: Social networks face backlash over misinformation methods
The decision by Facebook and Twitter to restrict a controversial article by the New York Post on Joe Biden has opened a wider debate about how social media companies tackle misinformation. Twitter has since reversed a decision to block access to the article.
Daniel Prude: Officers suspended over death of black man in New York
Footage released this week shows police putting a spit hood over Daniel Prude’s head before holding his head down on the pavement.
World's largest bronze gorilla sculpture grabs New Yorkers' attention
The artists were inspired by the animal's empathy and kindness.
Statue honouring 'real women' unveiled in New York's Central Park
The new statue represents Sojourner Truth (1797-1883), Susan B. Anthony (1820-1906) and Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815-1902) -- campaigners for the rights of women and people of colour
White woman charged in US for calling police on black birdwatcher
A white woman who called police on a black man after he asked her to put her dog on a lead in New York's Central Park is facing a criminal charge that is punishable by up to one year in jail.
California and NYC reverse reopening plans as COVID-19 cases rise
The latest shutdown orders come ahead of what was expected to be a busy Independence Day weekend in the US.
NY couples now able to wed on video conference amid COVID-19 lokdown
New York State is untangling some red tape around tying the knot: New Yorkers will be able to get marriage licenses online and wed via video during the lockdown.
Coronavirus cases in New York likely came from Europe, two studies say
Coronavirus has been circulating in New York for months and likely came from Europe, genome researchers have said.
Empty streets amid coronavirus lockdown in New York City
The city that never sleeps stands empty and silent amid the coronavirus lockdown in New York.
Coronavirus: Trump admits protective gear running out as US cases soar
The US president confirms a shortage of masks and other medical supplies as the number of coronavirus cases tops 200,000.
Trump's feud with New York isn't going away. Here's who will suffer as a result ǀ View
Trump was born and raised in New York, but he's recently turned his back on the city (and state) that made him rich and famous.
The privatisation of global governance: forget New York, keep Davos? ǀ View
Notwithstanding the differences, one would be excused to compare the WEF’s Annual Meeting in late January in Davos with the annual high-level meeting of the UN General Assembly in late September in New York. Both are preceded by overview reports presented by their respective CEOs.
Europeans drop their trousers on public transport for annual event
Organisers want commuters to stop looking at their phones.
How our phones became our whole lives in just 10 years, from a woman who resuscitates them ǀ View
Since we wrapped our fingers around the first touch-screen smartphones a decade ago, the family photo album has all but ceased to exist. But even as we no longer make albums of them, we are even more obsessed with taking pictures.
Hannukah stabbing suspect appears in court as vigil held for victims
Five people were stabbed and slashed in the Saturday attack north of New York City.
Hanukkah stabbing suspect pleads not guilty to attempted murder
Grafton E. Thomas has been charged with five counts of attempted murder and one of burgalry.
Epstein suicide: Prison guards charged with not checking on inmates
Convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in jail on August 10. Now two prison guards have been charged with not checking on inmates on this date.
New York City ducks out of allowing sale of foie gras
New York City Council voted overwhelmingly to ban foie gras - food made from the liver of a fattened duck or goose.
Don't look down! New 345-metre-high NYC observation deck set to open
It is anchored on two sides of a skyscraper.
The death knell is ringing for the UN. We can’t let this beacon of hope die without a fight ǀ View
As the UN turns 74 this week, we can look back on its legacy and credit the organisation, and the system of multilateral cooperation built around it, with the avoidance of major wars. But do its recent failures spell the demise for the UN?
'Bloodied protesters' stage climate demonstration in New York City
Arrests were made in New York on Monday (October 7) as thousands of climate activists took to the streets to demand immediate action to cut carbon emissions and avert an ecological disaster.
There is still hope for the future. The “American Dream” remains a beautiful ideal ǀ View
For me, the “Great American Dream” is not some ugly tortured vision of broken promises, facades and unfulfilled dreaming, but something that glitters at the heart of what it is to be American: hopeful, ambitious and a dreamer.
Watch: New York Met's stolen gilded coffin returned to Egypt
The coffin of the priest Nedjemankh was made in Egypt between approximately 150 and 50 BC. Antiquities theft has flourished in Egypt since its 2011 uprising.
Dozens of Phoebe from Friends look-alikes perform in New York
More than two dozen look-alikes of Friends character Phoebe descended on New York to celebrate the sitcom's 25th anniversary.