Some officers turn their backs to Mayor Blasio for a second time, ignoring appeal by city police commissioner.
Korean government officials among those blacklisted for cyber attack on Sony Pictures firm blamed on Pyongyang.
Abu Anas al-Liby, charged over 1998 bombings in East Africa, was due to go on trial in New York in days.
In case related to banker Jeffrey Epstein, woman alleges in court filing that she was forced to have repeated ‘sexual relations’ with duke.
Brazil's president promises to embark on an anti-corruption drive after being sworn in for a second term in the capital.
Son of Italian immigrants became eloquent spokesman for a generation of liberal Democrats during three terms in office.
Two-thirds of cancer cases are not influenced by heredity or risky habits, but lack of biological luck, say scientists.
At least 5,000 people rally in Lima against new legislation that reduce employment benefits for those aged 18 to 24.
Nine people killed, including two children, in one of the worst mass murders in western Canada's Edmonton city.
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