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Hundreds of thousands of people have been warned that melting snow could lead to heavy flooding in parts of the US northeast.
After a witness admitted to lying in court, two American men have been set free 39 years after being sent to prison.
A window washer in San Francisco fell 11 storeys to what would have been a near-instant death, though a passing car below broke his fall.
More than two metres of snow dumped in western New York calls for a flood warning after threat of rising temperatures.
Father of a black teenager who was killed by police in Ferguson tries to ease tension ahead of a possible prosecution of the white officer held responsible.
The US, Iran and world powers remain in talks in Vienna, but it looks unlikely that a comprehensive nuclear deal will be made by Monday's deadline.
United States President Barack Obama has made his move on one of the most controversial issues in the US: illegal immigration.
A probe by a congressional committee into the September 11, 2012 attack on a US compound in Benghazi has debunked President Obama's administration on the job.
An Australian television reporter's piece-to-camera ended painfully when he was hit in the head by a skateboard.
Rapper Andre 3000's jumpsuit collection from Outkast's 20th anniversary tour is set to go on display as part of an art exhibit in Miami, Florida.
Brazil Federal Court has ordered the deportation of convicted murderer Phillip Smith to New Zealand, but arrangements are yet to be made.
Ecuador has guaranteed political asylum to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange for "as long as necessary," one day after he lost an appeal against a Swedish warrant for his arrest.
Global oil prices have rallied on China's surprise interest rate cuts and somewhat higher expectations that OPEC could decide to reduce production next week.
US comic Bill Cosby, recently under fire from rape allegations, has suffered another setback as a live performance in Las Vegas was cancelled just days after two TV projects were also canned.
A blue diamond sold for US$32.6 million (NZ$41.7 million) in New York, breaking the world auction record for any diamond of its colour.
The death toll has risen to 13 from a severe snowstorm in New York where blizzards, heavy rain and flooding have paralysed communities.
US House Republicans have filed a lawsuit against President Barack Obama's administration over his signature health care law.
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