An alligator that was caught crossing a New York City street during rush hour has died unexpectedly.Read the full story ›
Fiat Chrysler has recalled 1.4m vehicles in the United States over a vulnerability that could allow hackers top disable them whilst they are being driven.
The vulnerability highlights the risks facing car makers as they connect car systems to the wider world, The Financial Times reports.
New York City has reached a settlement with the family of man who died after being restrained by police in July 2014.
The family of Eric Garner - who died after being put in an illegal 'choke hold' by police - will receive $5.9 million to resolve the claim over his killing, The New York Times has reported, citing a family lawyer.
An escaped Mexican drug lord has reportedly threatened Donald Trump, prompting the billionaire businessman to contact the FBI.Read the full story ›
Ninety kilos (200lbs) of dynamite brought down Detroit's historic Park Avenue Hotel with surprising grace earlier today.
In a matter of seconds, the 13-storey, 252-room hotel and imploded into a large pile of rubble and dust.
A new arena for the US city's Red Wings professional ice hockey team will be built on the site, according to the Reuters news agency.
The US coastguard has released footage of a man and his dog being rescued after the pair spent days stranded at sea off Florida.Read the full story ›
A man found by police drunk and naked in a pig barn told officers that he just liked the animals and wanted to hang out with them.Read the full story ›
A decades-long ban on photography during official tours around the White House has been lifted, officials have announced.Read the full story ›
It's been a remarkable week for the US President as he enters the final stage of his presidency.Read the full story ›
The Republican governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie, has entered the race for the US presidency.
Mr Christie announced his decision to supporters via a conference call before a political rally at his hometown high school in Livingston, New Jersey, NBC News reports.
His decision is likely to be an unpopular one with voters: An NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll released last week found that 55 percent of Republican primary voters said they could not see themselves supporting Christie.