New York will 'protect' immigrants, mayor tells Trump
New York's liberal mayor, Bill de Blasio, told Donald Trump on Wednesday he will do all he can to prevent the large-scale deportation of immigrants, saying many in the city are "fearful" of his presidency.
Fresh protests erupt in several US cities over Trump win
Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets in several US cities for a second night of nationwide protests on Thursday over the stunning election of Donald Trump to the presidency.
New York bomb suspect charged with attempted murder
An Afghan-born American was charged Monday with attempted murder after being shot and captured in connection with bombings in New York and New Jersey, thrusting security fears into the heart of the election.
Same suspect wanted in New York, New Jersey bombings
The same Afghan-born US suspect is wanted for questioning in connection with both a weekend attack in New York and a New Jersey pipe bombing earlier that day, police said Monday.
US probes three attacks in 24 hours for terror links
Investigators on Sunday probed three attacks carried out on US soil in one day for possible terror links, as five people were reportedly held in New York.
Clinton, Trump react to New York blast
Democratic Party's presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and her Republican counterpart Donald Trump have both reacted to the New York blast that injured 29 persons.
New York explosion injures 29
An explosion rocked one of the most fashionable neighborhoods of New York on Saturday night, injuring 29 people, one seriously, a week after America's financial capital marked the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
Angelique Kerber fulfils dream in New York
Angelique Kerber of Deutschland outlasted Karolina Pliskova of Czech Republic to attain a dream she nursed as a young child. With her 6/3; 4/6; 6-3 victory, she added the second grand slam title in a spectacular year of her career.
Fifteen years on, 9/11 seared into New York history
New York marks the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks more resilient, wealthier and more diverse than ever, yet that terrible day is forever seared into its DNA. The Al-Qaeda hijackings of September 11, 2001 -- the first foreign attack on the US mainland in nearly two centuries -- ruptured a sense of safety…