New York City: News

13 Apr 2022

Joe Biden

New York shooting: Manhunt on for 62-year-old 'person of interest'

The New York City Police launched a manhunt for a 62-year-old man, Frank R James, in connection with the Brooklyn subway shooting that left over 20 people injured.

New York shooting: Several shot in Brooklyn; undetonated devices found

An unidentified shooter targeted multiple people at the 36th Street subway station in Brooklyn, New York City, in the United States on Tuesday.

US fines National Bank of Pakistan for anti-money laundering violations

The United States federal regulators imposed fines worth $55 million on the National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) for non-compliance and anti-money laundering violations.

19 dead, including children, in New York's deadliest apartment fire

At least 19 people, including nine children, have been killed in what is being called the deadliest apartment fire in New York City, United States in the last three decades.

Who is Vishal Garg, who fired 900 employees over Zoom?

Vishal Garg is all over the internet.

30 Nov 2021

Sexual Assault

Ghislaine Maxwell allegedly 'served up' girls for Epstein to abuse

British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell preyed on underage girls for convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein to abuse, prosecutors alleged on Monday.

19 Oct 2021

Punjab National Bank

Nirav Modi's plea on dismissing fraud allegations rejected by court

A bankruptcy court in the United States has rejected a petition filed by fugitive Indian businessman Nirav Modi and two of his associates, seeking the dismissal of fraud allegations against them.

11 Sep 2021

al Qaeda

On 20th anniversary of 9/11 WTC attacks, America honors victims

The United States today marks the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, the deadliest terror attack on American soil and one of the most brutal around the world.

03 Sep 2021

New Jersey

Storm Ida kills 45 people across six US states

Flash floods and tornadoes have killed at least 45 people across six American states as remnants of Hurricane Ida continue to wreak havoc.

02 Sep 2021

New Jersey

9 killed in flash floods in New York, New Jersey

At least nine people have died after flash floods and tornadoes hit the states of New York and New Jersey in the United States.

New York restaurants, gyms to ask for COVID-19 vaccination proof

New York City in the United States will soon start restricting people who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 from dining at restaurants, going to gyms, etc.

Over 3,000 people perform Yoga at Times Square

Over 3,000 people spread their mats at the iconic Times Square and performed Yoga asanas keeping in mind social distancing guidelines to celebrate International Yoga Day as the city opens up following the COVID-19 pandemic.

27 May 2021

Music Industry

After a long wait, Tony Awards finally have a date

At last, we have a date for the much-awaited Tony Awards!

26 May 2021

Hate Speech

Train driver pulls timely brakes, saves man pushed onto tracks

An Indian-origin driver in the US stopped his train and saved an Asian man who was pushed onto tracks in an apparent hate crime incident, according to media reports.

21 May 2021


Google announces plans to open its first-ever physical retail store

Shortly after e-commerce giant Amazon announced plans to open its high-tech salon in the UK, Google has said that it will set up its first-ever physical retail outlet for Google-branded devices in Chelsea, New York.

28 Feb 2021

Sexual Harassment

Second woman accuses NY Governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment

Andrew Cuomo, the Governor of the US state of New York, has been accused of sexual harassment by a second woman.

25 Jan 2021


Google's US office facilities will serve as COVID-19 vaccination clinics

Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced via a tweet on Monday that his organization will open its facilities in the US to serve as mass COVID-19 vaccination sites. Further, the tech giant has committed more than $150 million in free ads to promote vaccine education.

Traffic jams will return after the pandemic, study says

As the coronavirus pandemic forced many of us to stay home and initiated work-from-home routines across the globe, traffic congestion fell significantly last year.

11 Jan 2021


'Sex and the City' returns, but without a hot-favorite character

Finally, all the murmurs about Sex and the City returning have been proved to be true.

18 Dec 2020

Donald Trump

Trump's move to his Florida estate challenged by neighbor

President Donald Trump's expected move to his Mar-a-Lago club after he leaves office next month is being challenged by a lawyer representing a neighbor.

15 Dec 2020

Donald Trump

US, where over 300,000 died of coronavirus, starts vaccination drive

The biggest ever vaccination drive in the United States started on Monday, as health workers were given the first doses of the coronavirus vaccine.

27 Nov 2020

Donald Trump

Obamas partner with Netflix for comedy series on Trump

Former US President Barack Obama and ex-First Lady Michelle Obama's production house has partnered with Netflix to produce a comedy series on President Donald Trump.

15 Nov 2020

Mark Wahlberg

Solstice Studios releasing new cut of Mark Wahlberg-starrer 'Joe Bell'

Mark Wahlberg is getting all pumped up for a film that shows less of his toned physique and more of the pathos of a father in his upcoming movie Joe Bell.

12 Nov 2020

Donald Trump

Melania could get this huge amount, if she divorces Trump

Melania Trump could receive a whopping $50 million in divorce settlement, in case she decides to part ways with her husband, outgoing United States President Donald Trump, according to a legal expert.

28 Oct 2020

Justin Trudeau

'Borat Subsequent Moviefilm' tears into world politics with brutal mockery

Borat 2 is streaming on Amazon Prime Video.

25 Aug 2020

Sanjay Dutt

Sanjay Dutt to fly down to US for cancer treatment

Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt has gotten a visa for the United States and will soon fly down to New York to seek medical treatment, according to reports.

13 Aug 2020

Elizabeth Olsen

Musical prodigy Mike Yang joins NYU's Tisch School of Arts

Musical genius Wenjie Yang, also known as Mike Yang, has recently moved to the New York City to focus on his acting career.

18 Jul 2020

Elon Musk

33-year-old tech entrepreneur murdered, body dismembered in NYC; aide arrested

The New York City Police made substantial headway in the investigation into the grisly murder of a young tech entrepreneur, as they arrested his 21-year-old former personal assistant on Friday.

14 May 2020


Matt Damon reveals his daughter Alexia had coronavirus

Matt Damon has revealed that his eldest daughter, Alexia, had earlier been infected with the coronavirus in New York City.

13 May 2020

Robert De Niro

COVID-19: Star-studded telethon raises $115 million for New Yorkers

Rise Up New York, a virtual telethon held to aid those in New York affected due to the coronavirus pandemic, raised a whopping $115 million on Monday night.

29 Apr 2020


Shoelace, Google's local meetup app, is shutting down: Here's why

Shoelace, a local meetup app developed by Google's 'Area 120' experimental projects unit, is shutting down.

09 Apr 2020


NYC couple sees trucks remove 'string of bodies' outside apartment

As the coronavirus pandemic intensifies in the United States, scenes become grimmer in the eastern state of New York.

04 Apr 2020

Donald Trump

Coronavirus: US reports 1,500 single-day deaths; new global record

The United States on Saturday recorded the highest number of single-day deaths for any nation around the world due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

26 Mar 2020

US Senate

Coronavirus: US records highest single-day fatalities; death toll crosses 1,000

The number of deaths due to coronavirus crossed 1,000 in the United States, which has quickly become one of the worst-hit nations in the outbreak.

25 Mar 2020

Donald Trump

US has 'potential' to be new coronavirus epicenter, says WHO

The United States has quickly emerged as one of the worst-hit countries in the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak.

23 Mar 2020


Despite coronavirus pandemic, people worldwide refuse to stay indoors

Around the world, the coronavirus outbreak has compelled authorities to impose strict regulations advising social distancing and urging people to stay indoors.

23 Mar 2020


In prison, Harvey Weinstein tests positive for coronavirus

Former Hollywood producer and convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein, who is currently in the Wende Correctional Facility prison in New York City, has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, according to reports.

06 Feb 2020


Model testifies against Weinstein; says he masturbated while groping her

As the New York City trial of disgraced Hollywood mogul continues, a sixth and final accuser took the stand on Wednesday.

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