Bollywood stars take over Times Square ahead of IIFA
14 July 2017 | 4:24 pm
The International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Awards 2017, also known as Bollywood Oscars, took off in New York City's Times Square.
25 Jun 2021
Giuliani submitted false statements as he attempted to overturn the results of last year's presidential election, a New York appeals court ruled. The decision means he cannot legally represent clients for the time being.
9 Jul 2021
New York's legions of food delivery workers -- declared “essential” during the pandemic, but lacking health insurance, a minimum wage and even access to bathrooms -- are mobilizing for the first time to demand better working conditions. Overwhelmingly Hispanic immigrants, the 80,000 "deliveristas" who zip around the Big Apple on electric bikes have formed "Los Deliveristas Unidos," the first movement of independent riders for food delivery apps. In just a few months, the movement has gained more than 1,000 members and over 13,000 Facebook followers across New York City.
12 Jul 2021
Two teams of knights, the Gladiators NYC and the Northern Hoard, compete against each other in a medieval battle in Central Park: to win a round, each team has to put the other one to the ground, with the help of axes and weapons.
18 Jul 2021
The massive fire raging in southern Oregon for the past 10 days is likely to continue due to unstable weather. A 'fire cloud' collapsed threatening firefighters with strong downdrafts and flying embers.
Intense winds, storm surges and heavy rain could cause massive damage, authorities warned. The cyclone is expected to hit Long Island on Sunday.
The storm caused flooding in New York City and sent the city into a state of emergency. Multiple tornadoes also hit the region.
High waters and heavy rain are seen through a vehicle's window in New York as Storm Ida wreaks further havoc on the northeast United States. The storm has forced airport closures and state of emergency declarations in the state and neighbouring New Jersey.
"Even the morning after, we’re still uncovering the true depth of the loss," New York Governor Kathy Hochul says during a news conference a day after remnants of Hurricane Ida slammed New York City.
Incessant rains from the remnants of Hurricane Ida triggered flash floods that have killed scores in four northeastern states in the US. A state of emergency has been declared in New York and New Jersey.
Christian Dior's hit exhibition tracing the history of the legendary French fashion house opens in New York this week with an American twist after record-breaking attendances in Paris and London.
President Buhari meets WTO DG, Okonjo Iweala in New York (Ahead of the UN General Assembly meeting)
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After his small Manhattan food stand lost its customers during the coronavirus pandemic, Abdul Rahman -- an Afghan vendor who arrived in New York in 1992 -- has resumed service, albeit at a fraction of former business since offices are still far from full. Rahman and the thousands of street vendors like him were hoping things would finally go back to normal in September. But that's far from the case.
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