Five people, including three babies, stabbed at New York day care
According to authorities, a 52-year-old woman who works at the day care stabbed her female co-worker with a kitchen knife before stabbing three infants and the father of one of the babies.
Apple releases new iPhone today
The long awaited iPhone 8 is officially launching later today on September 12. Tim Cook is expected to unveil the new iPhone at an event in California’s newly-built Steve Jobs Theatre.
In Flynn Saga, Russian Experts See Effort To Thwart Improved U.S. Ties
Officially, the Kremlin has said the resignation of U.S. national security adviser Michael Flynn over allegations of improper contacts with Russia's ambassador to the United States is an "internal matter" for Washington.
Mass anti-Trump protests started across U.S. - video from marches in the biggest U.S. cities with "No racist USA" and "Not My President" shouts
Thousand marches against newly elected president Trump, burning effigies and blocking traffic swept across the United States.
Poroshenko congratulated Donald Trump on winning presidential elections in USA and invited the newly elected President to Ukraine
Petro Poroshenko congratulated Donald Trump on winning the presidential elections in the United States that took place on November 8.
Is the U.S. some kind of banana republic? - Putin
President Vladimir Putin has again dismissed allegations that Russia has been meddling in the U.S. presidential election, saying those claims were just an effort to distract the attention of the U.S. electorate from real issues
Trump's campaign did not respond to the invitation of Petro Poroshenko to meet in New York
Ukrainian President offered both US presidential candidates to meet: Clinton agreed, Trump did not answer
Biden: 'Reforms to the Ukraine's energy sector are imperative and need to be accelerated'
Biden talks energy reform with Ukraine's Poroshenko
Poroshenko met with representatives of Jewish organizations of USA in New York
The Head of State noted the importance of international communication and solidarity
Explosions in New York: U.S. officials say a suspicious device found in a trash can near a New Jersey train station
Five questioned in connection with N.Y. bombing as more suspicious devices found
Poroshenko met with representatives of the Ukrainian community of the United States in New York
President urged Ukrainian community of USA to continue supporting Ukraine in its struggle against aggressor
The 71st UN General Assembly opens today in New York
Obama and Poroshenko are to meet on margins of UN General Assembly
In the US, hackers, presumably from the Russian intelligence hacked emails journalists of The New York Times
FBI and number of other security agencies are investigating the incident
Investigation found no evidence of gunfire in a terminal at New York's John F. Kennedy airport
Two terminals were evacuated over report of shooting, later proven fake.
WATCH: Crowds gather to catch a rare Pokémon in Central Park
A large crowd runs for Pokémon in New York
Klitschko's wife walks through New-York without wedding ring
Hayden Panettiere cannot cope with postnatal depression.
Robert Reich: 'Why are housing prices soaring in San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, Washington D.C. And why are they falling in much of Detroit, Buffalo, St. Louis and Cleveland?
Part of it has to do where the good jobs are, and where they’re not.
Donald Trump: 'Our campaign received more primary votes than any GOP campaign in history'
'We have received wide spread support, winning 37 states from New Hampshire, to Alabama, to California and everywhere in between.'
NYPD K9 detective helps deliver baby
Detective Lorraine Bowden was on patrol in Brooklyn early Tuesday morning when she was flagged down by a frantic man who told her that his wife was in labor in their car.
NYPD officer: 'I’m a police officer- whether on-duty or off-duty, so I had to take action'
Last week, NYPD Police Officer Scott Marut was traveling to work on the subway just like millions of other commuters do on a daily basis. While he was standing on the Q train platform at the Union Square Station, he noticed a man hovering over another man that was seemingly asleep on the platform bench.
A Tribute: Remembering the 2015 Amtrak Derailment
On May 12, 2015, an Amtrak Northeast Regional train from Washington, D.C. bound for New York City derailed and crashed on the Northeast Corridor in the Port Richmond neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Watch: NYPD Aviation officers rescued two stranded boaters from a small island in Jamaica Bay
NYPD aviation officers resque boaters from a small island in Jamaica Bay Tuesday afternoon for 24 hours
NYPD: Meet field training Police officer Dennis Jaeger
'One of my best friends was a police officer and he liked it. He suggested the job to me and we later wound up working together at the 113,' said Police Officer Dennis Jaeger.
The Blue in action: Cops use NYPD smartphone to help arrest robbery suspect
The New York City Police Department (NYPD or NYCPD), officially the City of New York Police Department used their NYPD smartphones to nab robbery suspect.
NYPD harbor cops save man who jumped from Brooklyn bridge
The New York City Police Department reported about the rescue of a man jump from mid-span of the bridge.
Trump confused the date of '9/11' with 7-Eleven store
Scandalous billionaire confused the terrorist act in New Your with the supply chain.
American election-2016: Clinton and Sanders experience indescribable debate in New York
Presidential favs Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have strengthened their mutual attacks in a debate before New York’s primary that is planned to be held next Tuesday.
A pilot and a passenger were injured when a single-engine airplane heading to upstate New York crashed on a street in a residential area on Long Island
According to CBS, a small single-engine plane crashed in New York. The aircraft crashed in a residential area on Long Island shortly after taking off from a nearby airport.
Chair given free to JK Rowling that she used while writing the first two Harry Potter novels in Edinburgh council flat has been auctioned in New York
An oak chair of J.K. Rowling was sold for $29,000 in 2009 for the first time. She wrote “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” and “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets”, sitting on that chair.
Police Commissioner Bratton: ''NYPD K-9 Counter-terrorist Dog Teams are the key option for today’s terrorist''
Keeping these dogs trained and deployed—and keeping New York City safe—is just one part of the NYPD’s counterterror mission.
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