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By Karen Matthews, Associated Press
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says next week's New Year's Eve celebration in Times Square will still go on, just not with as many revelers as usual because of COVID-19.
By Associated Press
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says crowds will once again fill Times Square this New Year's Eve.
As much of the globe continues to stay home to practice social distancing, vibrant cities have gone quiet, and animals are freer to roam. The rare absence of human activity grants us a special glimpse of what the world might…
By Jeffrey Brown, Lorna Baldwin
Officials called the man's threatening statements "aspirational" and said they never had reached a stage that endangered the public.
By Tom Hays, Michael Sisak, Associated Press
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Thursday, Rep. Jason Chaffetz, chair of the House Oversight Committee, announced he’s resigning at the end of June. His announcement comes as the committee continues its investigation into the Trump campaign’s connections with Russia. Also, FOX…
By Laura Santhanam, Michael D. Regan
Emergency vehicles were on the scene, the New York City Police Department confirmed.
On Friday, illegal elephant ivory was put on display and then destroyed in the center of Times Square in New York City. Elephant poaching is soaring according to conservation groups, as a pound of ivory can fetch $1,500 on the…
Tsarnaev Brothers Planned Times Square Attack After Boston Bombing…
Faisal Shahzad, the Pakistani-American man who confessed to trying to set off a bomb in New York City's Times Square, was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison for the plot. Jim Lehrer talks to WNYC reporter Alisa Chang who was…
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