By Jonathan Allen NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York City Police Commissioner William Bratton said on Monday that police were starting to "reengage" after a slowdown following the killings of two police officers, with arrests down 38 percent last week compared to the same period a year earlier. Two weeks ago, arrests were down 56 percent compared to the same period the previous year amid a deepening rift between police and New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, criticized by some for creating an anti-police atmosphere in the city. ...
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A federal appeals court on Monday denied a request by four Oklahoma death row inmates for a stay of execution, paving the way for the state's first lethal injection since a problematic execution in the spring.
As many as six members of a terrorist cell involved in the Paris attacks may still be at large, including a man who was seen driving a car registered to the widow of one of the gunmen, police officials said Monday.
By Doina Chiacu and Jeff Mason WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House on Monday conceded that the United States should have sent a higher-level representative to a Paris unity march after deadly Islamic militant attacks there and said President Barack Obama would have liked to attend. Some Republican lawmakers and U.S. media outlets criticized Obama's administration for not sending a top leader to the march, which featured leaders from France, Britain, Germany, and Israel. ...
ASPEN, Colo. (AP) — At first, Loly Garcia didn't have to travel far to her jobs in the chic hotels of this fabled tourist town. She shared a tiny studio apartment with her father, brother and a cousin after arriving from El Salvador more than 20 years ago.
MIDDLETOWN, N.Y. (AP) — A retired school principal is the sole winner of the $326 million Mega Millions jackpot drawn on Nov. 4, the biggest prize in New York Lottery history, officials announced Monday.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama on Monday proposed strengthening laws against identity theft by requiring notification when consumer information is hacked and protecting students' private data.
DALLAS (AP) — An experimental U.S. penny struck to test a design in 1792 sold at auction for almost $2.6 million a day after another rare penny sold for $2.35 million at the same collectors' convention.
NEW YORK (AP) — New York City has launched its municipal identification card program, the largest in the country, which officials say will allow immigrants living in the country illegally to access key city services they were previously unable to obtain.