Police released the main suspect on Tuesday, citing a lack of evidence.
Police said they were not certain that the Pakistani suspect in custody was the driver.
The truck-ramming in the German capital left at least 12 people dead and 48 injured.
The State Department says ISIS and Al-Qaeda are still planning attacks on European soil.
New York's standards, which bar short-term rentals, seek to root out residential property owners using their dwellings as hotels.
A man who posted a photo with the flag on Facebook will not be charged.
Classified document alleges that Ankara props up Sunni Islamist groups in its territory.
'The Boys of '36'—airing Tuesday on PBS—follows the University of Washington rowers who struggled through the depression and won gold in Berlin.
Amaq's claim comes just days after the radical Islamist group said it inspired the Nice truck attack.
Groups like Freifunk are installing semi-legal mesh networks in Berlin, where there's little public Wi-fi and none in refugee shelters.
A CSU MP wants to extend a limit on pregnant sex work 'to protect the unborn child.'
Two attackers were to detonate suicide vests while others were to kill passersby with guns, prosecutors say.
The group has vowed to bring "several hundred" riders to Berlin by May 9.
The European offshoot of Lollapalooza is set to take place in the park on September 10 and 11.
The Dandy Diner vegan burger bar is located in the German capital's Neukölln neighborhood.
New law aims to integrate asylum seekers and help them find work.
Hidden in the basement of a Berlin hostel is a hallway filled with stuff that's all about The Hoff.
"It's war," the cartoonist declares with the hashtag #Bruxelles.
England's football match against Germany in Berlin will go on as planned.