New York City’s late-night curfew has failed to prevent another night of destruction, including arrests after a break-in at Manhattan’s flagship Macy’s store on 34th Street, following protests over George Floyd’s death.
Aberdeen man recalls how he kept a piece of Adolf Hitler’s war yacht in his sock drawer after it crashed in Fife
An Aberdeen man has told how he kept a piece of Adolf Hitler’s luxury war yacht in his sock drawer after it crashed in Fife 75 years ago.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo dropped the state’s absolute ban on gatherings of any size on Friday, allowing up to 10 people to group together as long as they still abide by social distancing regulations.
Harvey Weinstein’s extradition to Los Angeles has been delayed by the coronavirus pandemic, prosecutors have said.
Tina Fey shed tears after announcing that more than 115 million dollars (£93 million) was raised towards supporting New Yorkers impacted by Covid-19 during a virtual telethon.
Police have been called to a New York City neighbourhood after a funeral home overwhelmed by coronavirus resorted to storing dozens of bodies on ice in rented trucks, and a passer-by complained about the smell, officials said.
Some nations have started easing coronavirus lockdowns, each pursuing their own approach but all with a common goal to restart their economies without triggering a new surge of infections.
The daily coronavirus death toll in New York has dropped again, a sign the state is “on the other side of the plateau”, governor Andrew Cuomo has said.
Amid the coronavirus lockdown, many New York City landmarks are all but empty of visitors.
The absence of fresh coronavirus hot spots has a yielded a ray of optimism in global efforts against the disease, although a return to normality is unlikely anytime soon.
New York’s death toll from coronavirus has topped 10,000, with hospitals still seeing 2,000 new patients a day, Governor Andrew Cuomo has said.
The near-empty streets of New York have been captured by a photographer chronicling how the coronavirus lockdown has changed the city. The familiar landmarks and well-trodden streets appear to have been thrown off kilter by an invisible adversary.
Governments around the world are considering their lockdown exit strategies despite mounting coronavirus deaths.
US President Donald Trump has threatened to cease sending US funds to the World Health Organisation (WHO), claiming that the international body “missed the call” on the coronavirus pandemic.
New York City’s death toll from coronavirus has officially eclipsed the number of those killed at the World Trade Centre on September 11, health officials said.
The steep rise in coronavirus deaths in New York appears to be levelling off in a possible sign that social distancing is working in the most lethal hot spot in the US, the governor said — a trend that seems to have taken hold even more convincingly in hard-hit Italy and Spain.
Scarce supplies of medical equipment are leading to growing competition among nations, in what one French politician called a “worldwide treasure hunt”.
The governor of New York has vowed to take ventilators and protective equipment from private hospitals and companies that are not using them as the state’s coronavirus death toll rose to almost 3,000.
Coronavirus deaths have mounted with alarming speed in Spain, Italy and New York, the most lethal hotspot in the United States, as figures show more than one million people around the globe have been infected.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases across the world has passed the one million threshold.
The coronavirus outbreak has left 10 million Americans unemployed in just two weeks.
New York’s governor has issued an urgent appeal for medical volunteers amid a “staggering” number of deaths from the coronavirus.
Spain and Italy demanded more European help as they fight coronavirus infections amid the continent’s worst crisis since the Second World War.
A New York City subway driver has been killed and several other people were injured in a fire on a train that is being investigated as a crime.
New York City will close the US’s largest public school system on Monday, sending over 1.1 million children home in hopes of curbing the spread of coronavirus, the city’s mayor announced.
The New York International Auto Show has been rescheduled as a result of ongoing coronavirus concerns.
Harvey Weinstein’s lawyers argued on Monday he deserved mercy for his already “historic fall from grace” and serious health issues, as prosecutors sought a severe punishment for the disgraced movie mogul.
Stormont leaders are to review advice on whether they should go ahead with their St Patrick’s trip to Washington DC amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Harvey Weinstein deserves a harsh sentence for having “trapped women into his exclusive control” in a cycle of abuse going back to the 1970s, prosecutors said.
A giant Francis Bacon triptych is set to fetch more than £46 million (60 million US dollars) at auction.