Roy Hodgson hails USA-bound Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard
Roy Hodgson hails USA-bound Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard

England manager Roy Hodgson has lauded departing Premier League stars Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard and predicted that both players will enjoy successful coaching careers once they stop playing.

Family sues New York over death of black man

The family of an unarmed black father, shot dead by a rookie police officer last year, filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the city of New York on Thursday.

Thousands attend funeral for slain New York City policeman

Thousands of policemen from around the United States gathered on Friday at the funeral of a 25-year-old New York City officer who was shot in the head while on patrol, making him the fifth member of the NYPD to die in the line of duty since December.

Troops on Baltimore streets after night of chaos
Troops on Baltimore streets after night of chaos

Baltimore residents on Tuesday began to clear the wreckage of rioting and fires that erupted after the funeral of a 25-year-old black man who died in police custody, while the city`s mayor defended local law enforcement`s light initial response.

Madonna criticized for not following audience etiquette at NYC theatre
Madonna criticized for not following audience etiquette at NYC theatre

Madonna has been criticized for not following theatre audience etiquette as she used her phone for texting during a performance at New York City 's Public Theatre.

9/11 rescue workers face chronic illnesses

The 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City in 2001 have left a legacy of chronic ill health among emergency medical services workers, who came to the rescue of the victims, says a new research.

Atlanta Hawks` Thabo Sefolosha says police caused season-ending injury
Atlanta Hawks` Thabo Sefolosha says police caused season-ending injury

Atlanta Hawks reserve forward Thabo Sefolosha on Tuesday said New York City police caused his season-ending broken leg when he was arrested in Manhattan last week.

New York City Mayor says not yet endorsing Hillary for US presidency

 

New York: New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is not yet endorsing former secretary of state Hillary Clinton in her bid for the US presidency, saying he first wants to see a "clear, bold vision" of where she is going in her campaign.

 

Indiana Pacers` Chris Copeland stable after surgery for stab wounds
Indiana Pacers` Chris Copeland stable after surgery for stab wounds

 Indiana Pacers forward Chris Copeland was in stable condition on Thursday after surgery for stab wounds to his abdomen and elbow, the NBA team said.

Guerrilla artists leave Snowden statue in New York park

A group of anonymous artists erected a 4-foot-tall bronze statue of Edward Snowden, the former US spy agency contractor famous for leaking classified information, in a New York City park overnight, officials said on Monday.

US top court preserves New York ban on worship services in schools

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday left intact New York City`s ban on religious worship services inside school buildings after hours.

Nineteen hurt as blast, then fire bring down New York buildings
Nineteen hurt as blast, then fire bring down New York buildings

Nineteen people were hurt Thursday when three New York buildings collapsed and a blaze tore through another in what preliminary indications suggested was a gas-related explosion.

Frank Lampard visits future MLS club this weekend
Frank Lampard visits future MLS club this weekend

Manchester City midfielder Frank Lampard will visit his future Major League Soccer club this weekend, attending a New York City match against Sporting Kansas City on Saturday at Yankee Stadium.

New York's David Villa could make Spain return, says Del Bosque
New York's David Villa could make Spain return, says Del Bosque

David Villa`s international career is not necessarily over and the striker could return to the squad and extend his Spain scoring record, coach Vicente del Bosque said on Tuesday.

'Respect for Muslims': New York schools to close for Eid al-Fitr, Eid al-Adha
'Respect for Muslims': New York schools to close for Eid al-Fitr, Eid al-Adha

New York schools' calendars will now be adding two Muslim holidays Eid al-Fitr, Eid al-Adha as official off days, sparing the Muslim students a dilemma of choosing between their “school and religion”, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced.

Kim Kardashian wants Beyonce to be her neighbour?
Kim Kardashian wants Beyonce to be her neighbour?

 Reality TV star Kim Kardashian reportedly wants Beyonce to buy a house in her gated community.

Anti-Putin protesters rally in New York after Nemtsov's murder
Anti-Putin protesters rally in New York after Nemtsov's murder

Dozens of protesters rallied in New York City on Sunday near the Russian permanent mission to the United Nations to denounce the murder of Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov, despite fear of reprisals to themselves or family members back in Russia.

Man accused in IS group plot was about to quit job: Employer

The employer of one of three men charged with plotting to help the Islamic State group says the suspect was about to quit his restaurant job.

Terror suspect says Internet chats about women, not plot
Terror suspect says Internet chats about women, not plot

A Pakistani man on trial in the US for planning to bomb a British shopping centre testified he was exaggerating his prowess with women in online chats and e-mails he sent mentioning potential wedding dates and a bride, denying the communiques were coded to disguise an al Qaeda plot.

Three Central Asian men arrested for threatening attacks in US

Three Central Asian men have been arrested here on charges of conspiring to provide material support to ISIS, with two of them threatening to carry out attacks within the US and against the American President.