New Yorkers rally over alleged police brutality
Protests follow the death of Eric Garner who died after officer placed him in what appeared to be chokehold.
Jury says tobacco firm RJ Reynolds did not inform woman's chain-smoking husband of risks before he died of lung cancer.
US firm to lay off thousands of staff, including nearly half of Nokia employees who joined in April after acquisition.
Police find hundreds of youths living in infested group home after reports of sexual assaults, beatings, and starvation.
Connecticut judge sentences two men for providing material to support the Taliban through print and online publications.
Cold War listening post outside Havana was used to spy on the US until it was closed in 2001.
Group of emerging powers set up $100bn development bank, seen as rival to World bank and IMF.
Jose Antonio Vargas, who revealed in 2011 that he lives in US without documentation, later released by Texas officials.
Prosecutors say Tunisian accused of plot is "far more dangerous" than his guilty plea to immigration fraud indicates.
US Secretary of State and Iranian counterpart hold a second day meeting in Vienna over Tehran's nuclear programme.
Luiz Felipe Scolari quits after country's football team suffer two humiliating defeats as host of the 2014 World Cup.
16 Jun 2014 19:11 GMT
Presidential run-off is seen as a test of appetite for negotiating with leftist rebels.
28 May 2014 14:55 GMT
Empire examines the rise and role of the new oligarchs and the decline of democracy in the United States and beyond.
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