Police

NYPD crackdown on subway fare evasion 'criminalises poverty'

Activists slam New York City effort to go after fare evaders and call for an end to police brutality.

 NYPD crackdown on subway fare evasion 'criminalises poverty'

AJ Impact

Amazon websites may join USTR's 'Notorious Markets' list: WSJ

Over the years, the list has included China's largest e-commerce platform, Taobao.com, which is owned by Alibaba.

Amazon websites may join USTR's 'Notorious Markets' list: WSJ

US & Canada

Saudi airman suspected in shooting at US Navy base

Four people, including the gunman, killed in shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida, the US Navy says.

Pensacola base shooting: Officials say gunman was Saudi airman

Iran

Iran nuclear deal stays alive after talks, avoids sanctions blow

The European parties did not trigger a mechanism in the accord that could renew UN sanctions against Iran.

Iran nuclear deal stays alive after talks, avoids sanctions blow

Interactive

'Money can't buy us': Mapping Canada's oil pipeline battle

We travel more than 2,000km and visit communities along the route of the oil pipeline that cuts across Indigenous land.

'Money can't buy us': Mapping Canada's oil pipeline battle

AJ Impact

The US economy created a whopping 266,000 jobs last month ...

... which means the United States Federal Reserve is looking rather clever about now.

The US economy created a whopping 266,000 jobs last month ...

Middle East

Report: UAE linked to illegal influence in 2016 US election

Adviser to UAE crown prince allegedly funnelled over $3.5m in illegal campaign contributions, New York Times says.

Report: UAE linked to illegal influence in 2016 US election

Food

Ackee and saltfish: A Jamaican navigates the taste of home

Jamaicans have transformed a history of pain into delicious food, but what if you are allergic to your national dish?

Ackee and saltfish: A Jamaican navigates the taste of home

US & Canada

Death of the delta: Louisiana communities on the brink

Al Jazeera met with people clinging to their livelihoods in a changing landscape in the southern US.

AJ Impact

China to waive tariffs on US pork, soybeans for some firms

The finance ministry is exempting selected Chinese firms from paying tariffs on imports from the US.

China to waive tariffs on US pork, soybeans for some firms

US & Canada

‘Evil Corp’: Russian hackers indicted in the US

Two Russian hackers are being accused of running a phishing campaign to steal millions in more than 40 countries.

AJ Impact

Uber received over 3,000 US reports of sexual assault in 2018

Riders accounted for roughly half of the accused parties, Uber said in a report, highlighting the risks for drivers.

Uber received over 3,000 US reports of sexual assault in 2018

AJ Impact

World Bank gives China billions in loans despite US objections

Citing human rights violations in Xinjiang, US officials said that the World Bank should not be lending to China.

World Bank gives China billions in loans despite US objections

Xinjiang

US likely to hit China over Uighur 'abuses' despite trade talks

US Senate approval on bill denouncing 'internment camps' in Xinjiang expected within two weeks and could be unanimous.

US likely to hit China over Uighur 'abuses' despite trade talks

US & Canada

Trudeau reconvenes Parliament, calls for action on climate change

The Canadian prime minister faces first test after his Liberals lost the majority in October's election.

Trudeau reconvenes Parliament, calls for action on climate change