The Queens International Night Market 2016, modeled after Taiwan's popular open-air night markets, kicked off Saturday in the parking lot of the New York Hall of Science and attracted nearly 10,000 people, according to John Wang, the event's organizer.
U.S. presidential frontrunners Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump seek to deliver knockout blows against their rivals in Tuesday's five high-stakes primaries, with pressure mounting to wrap up the nomination races and pivot toward the general election battle.
Ecuadoreans slept outside and struggled to find food and water Friday in the wake of aftershocks that are still rocking coastal towns flattened by last weekend's powerful earthquake.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff said Friday she will appeal to South American trade blocs if she is removed from office, blasting the push to impeach her as a coup and a naked attempt by Brazil's elite to snatch power back from her Worker's Party.
Eight members of one family, including a teenager, were shot dead in rural Ohio on Friday, just before gunmen killed six people in Georgia.
The tiny Central American country of Belize has accused larger neighbor Guatemala of "amassing" troops along the two countries' border following the death of a 13-year-old boy in a shooting incident apparently involving Belizean soldiers.
Argentina paid creditors on Friday who had refused debt restructurings after its record default, ending a long-standing legal dispute that returns the South American country to international credit markets after nearly 15 years.
Donald Trump's senior team is promising anxious Republicans that voters will see "a real different way" soon after the Republican front-runner claims his party's presidential nomination.
The death toll from a petrochemical plant explosion in southeastern Mexico has risen to 24, state oil company Petroleos Mexicanos reported late Thursday.
Eight members of one family, including a teenager, were shot dead in rural Ohio on Friday, just before gunmen killed five people in Georgia.