Protestors march from Bryant Park to United Nations headquarters
International Finance Facility for Education aims to provide loans and grants for building schools and hiring teachers
Foreign Minister Cavusoglu to address UN General Assembly on Turkey’s contributions, approach to UN efforts
The state will also award $1.4 billion for 26 renewable projects to generate clean energy and reduce emissions
'There were multiple lockers with anti-Muslim graffiti and it is being investigated,' police bureau said.
Protestors chant against Israel, showed their support for Ahed Tamimi at one of busiest spots in New York
Death toll and injuries may rise, press secretary for the New York Mayor says
'These are not the sorts of actions we expect from our justice system,' family of Akayed Ullah says
Police say no injuries reported
Suspect reportedly left note at scene claiming attack for ISIL
Leaders object to KRG referendum vote, agree to fight terror groups with ‘determination’
Suspect dies of self-inflicted gunshot wound
‘I pray that we never suffer through a calamity like July 15’ head of Turkish non-profit says
Authorities in New York have stepped up security after a concert blast killed 19 people
Malcolm X was 'man who continually evolved, who continually transformed himself,' says daughter Ilyasah
Several injuries reported as pedestrians struck by speeding sedan
Queens fire that killed 3 children worst in two years, mayor says
Lawmakers wrangling over differences on juvenile reform, education spending as fiscal deadline passes
James Jackson who admitted selecting a black man at random and stabbing him to death in Midtown was charged with murder as an act of terrorism Monday.
The nation’s first public-private immigrant legal defense initiative was launched in New York on Friday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced.
Symbolising freedom the world famous statue was actually "born in Egypt"