James Harris Jackson, 28, turned himself in at a Manhattan police station after stabbing his victim on a sidewalk. The Manhattan DA announced Monday that Jackson would be charged with a hate crime.
The new Army helmets will have a 24 percent lighter build. That means nearly 1 pound less weight on soldiers' heads.
Roughly $5 trillion in global trade passes through the South China Sea each year.
New Jersey schools have some of the highest rates of segregation in the nation.
Russians are now buying about 2.5 pairs of shoes a year. In contrast, Americans purchased about 7.8 pairs of shoes per capita in 2015.
"Certainly, we shouldn't have left. We should never ever have left," Trump said. "A vacuum was created, and we discussed what happened."
Seoul's Unification Ministry said Tuesday that North Korea must agree to protect South Korean players ahead of next month's AFC Women's Asian Cup qualifier in Pyongyang.
Moscow's envoy to NATO, Alexander Grushko, has warned that any increased military activity near its borders could spark a new arms race.
Philadelphia's largest Cinco de Mayo celebration will not be held this year because of President Donald Trump's policies.
Housing prices in hubs such as Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen have soared beyond the average Chinese worker's reach.
The Tsimane were five times less likely to develop hardened arteries compared with people living in the United States.
The latest construction projects from Beijing could further stoke global tensions over the strategically important waterway claimed by competing powers.
At least 22 NATO members earmarked more money for military costs in 2016. But members Canada, Slovenia, Belgium, Spain and Luxembourg still spend less than 1 percent of GDP on defense.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Chinese President Xi Jinping vowed Thursday to "together fight for free trade and open markets."
Germany's Federal Court of Justice published a ruling Wednesday in favor of the German government's position that Edward Snowden didn't need to travel to Berlin for questioning.
Prime Minister Theresa May said earlier this week the queen would give her Royal Assent and allow the negotiations to proceed.