The Fearless Girl statue facing down Wall Street's Charging Bull — originally due to come down in early April — will hold her ground for at least another 11 months, with supporters working to make the popular sculpture permanent.
A Russian bank under US economic sanctions over Moscow's incursion into Ukraine discloses that its executives met with Jared Kushner — US President Donald Trump's son-in-law and a top White House adviser — during the 2016 election campaign.
Australia skipper Steve Smith appears to call Murali Vijay a cheat in the final Test after the India opener claims a catch that was later ruled to have hit the ground.
A Canadian gold coin weighing 100 kilograms and bearing the image of Queen Elizabeth II is stolen during an overnight heist from Berlin's Bode Museum.
Sand mining is big business in India — but it's also illegal, dangerous, environmentally catastrophic, and under the control of ruthless criminal gangs. Foreign Correspondent caught the sand miners at work and spoke to some of their victims.
A day after Hong Kong picked a new Beijing-backed leader, police launch a fresh round of arrests of student leaders and other prominent figures involved with the huge 2014 Umbrella Movement pro-democracy protests.
Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny is handed a 15-day jail sentence for his part in an anti-government protest in Moscow which buoyed the liberal opposition's morale a year before a presidential election.
Outspoken British political figure Nigel Farage says he does not agree with comments made about Islam by One Nation leader Pauline Hanson, saying it would be a mistake to outlaw Islam.
The Princess of Jordan and wife of Dubai's Emir says the Middle East is in chaos and a political solution is needed to respond to the global refugee crisis.
Dozens of women come together on London's Westminster Bridge to link hands in a silent vigil for the victims of last week's terror attack.
An avalanche in central Japan kills seven high school students and a teacher who were among a group on a mountain climbing trip, police say.
President Donald Trump is set to announce a new White House office run by his son-in-law that will seek to overhaul government functions using ideas from the business sector.
A South Korean court will hold a hearing on ousted leader Park Geun-hye's arrest warrant on Thursday, which covers charges such as bribery.
The United Nations refugee agency will refer at least 850 refugees from Manus Island and Nauru for US resettlement, but that is little comfort for one Rohingya family.
Veteran newsman Ted Koppel tells Fox News host Sean Hannity he is "bad for America" in a wide-ranging interview about the role of journalism in the age of Donald Trump.
Uber suspends its pilot program for driverless cars after a vehicle equipped with the self-drive technology crashes on an Arizona roadway.
The European Union will disappear, French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen tells a rally, promising to shield France from globalisation as she seeks to fire up her supporters in the final four weeks before voting gets underway.
Police detain hundreds of protesters across Russia, including opposition leader Alexei Navalny, after thousands take to the streets to demonstrate against corruption and demand the resignation of Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
Technology companies must cooperate more with law enforcement agencies and should stop offering a "secret place for terrorists to communicate" using encrypted messages, British Interior Minister Amber Rudd says.
One person is killed and at least 15 are injured in a shooting at a nightclub in Cincinnati, Ohio, police say.