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Racism revelations from New York to Paris
Media Watch takes a look at a viral video that shows brazen, aggressive racism from a fan of Donald Trump. A New York lawyer was filmed "flipping out" over Spanish being spoken by staff at a deli in Manhattan.
NY att. general prosecuting Weinstein resigns over assault claims
New York's attorney general Eric Schneiderman resigns over assault allegations.
Billionaires' row now offering bargains
Bloomberg’s Ed Hammond discusses New York's real estate market for the well-heeled. He speaks with Lisa Abramowicz and David Westin on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
New York nanny convicted in murders of two children
A New York nanny was found guilty on Wednesday of stabbing to death two children in her care at their luxury Manhattan apartment, in a case that drew national headlines.
Former Nazi guard living in limbo
Former Nazi concentration camp guard Yakiv Palij is now in his 90s and living quietly in New York. Due to revelations of his Nazi past, he has been stripped of his US citizenship. But deporting him for trial is complicated.
Micro plastics in bottle water
Coca-Cola has accepted that there are microplastics in its Dasani water sold in Kenya. A study by scientists at the State University of New York showed that 93 percent of famous bottled water products are contaminated by tiny pieces of plastic.
Transformers explode in New York leading to power outages
At least 18 inches of snow reportedly fell in New Windsor, New York. Power outages also occurred due to strong winds downing trees and transformers seen exploding in this video.
NYC installs barriers to prevent vehicle attacks
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio announces a new citywide security measure that includes the installation of barriers designed to prevent drivers from carrying out vehicle attacks on pedestrians.
Black Panther cast talks power of fashion in New York
Marvel Studios transported New York fashionistas on Monday (February 13) to the mythical African nation of Wakanda where its highly-anticipated Superhero movie "Black Panther" takes place.
New York governor says Statue of Liberty to reopen
The Statue of Liberty will reopen on Monday even if the U.S. government shutdown extends into the work week, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Sunday.
Power to the Polls: Women's March 2.0 takes to the streets in NYC
Thousands of protesters took to the streets of New York on Saturday for the second Women's March.
Fire engulfs New York City apartment building
A fire in a New York apartment building killed at least 12 people with many more seriously injured, US officials said. The fire broke out in a five-story story building in the Bronx.