New York City Police arrested a 35-year-old man on Friday on the observation deck of the Empire State Building for wielding a sword and placing it across his chest, a spokesperson for the NYPD tells TIME.
This was a day of few surprises but much activity. Jofra Archer took some wickets, six of them, to confirm his brilliant ascent as a Test cricketer. Steve Smith scored yet more runs; his innings of 80
The US government’s investigations into big tech widened on Friday as lawmakers announced they were seeking internal documents from Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple. Letters went out to the four companies
Network Rail failed to act in the interests of tenants and taxpayers when it sold off £1.5bn of railway arches, sacrificing an important asset for short-term gain, according to MPs. A critical report the
LONDON (Reuters) - Hong Kong’s exchange refused to give up on its bid to take over the London Stock Exchange (LSE.L) after the British bourse emphatically rejected its $39 billion takeover offer on Friday.
David Cameron says Brexit referendum result left him 'hugely depressed' and adds 'every single day I think about it'
David Cameron was so confident about winning the EU referendum vote for Remain that he boasted to fellow EU leaders that he was a “lucky” prime minister who knew “how to win”. The shock of losing the and
British auction house withdraws a rare Maori cloak from sale after threats to 'burn the company down' from online trolls
A British auction house has withdrawn a rare Maori cloak from sale after receiving a torrent of abuse from irate New Zealanders, resulting in the police being called in over the threats. Burstow and Hewett,
An executive at a fast food chain where a teenager suffered a fatal reaction to a burger has told the inquest into his death that he should have asked about allergens when he ordered it. Owen Carey died