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Judge rules ban on some semi-automatic weapons does not violate the 2nd amendment, but strikes down provision limiting magazine capacity

Equality fighter NYSE pioneer ‘Mickie’ Siebert dies

Muriel Siebert, the first woman to buy a seat on the New York Stock Exchange, has died at the age of 80.

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New York regulators fine Deloitte $10m over StanChart

The consulting and accounting giant Deloitte received a sharp slap on the wrists from officials in New York state yesterday, with one of its arms agreeing to pay a $10m fine and accepting a one-year ban from providing consulting work to financial institutions overseen by state regulators after its work for Standard Chartered on money-laundering issues was found wanting.

Arcadia, By Lauren Groff

Poppy-seed cake, polygamy and patchouli are just some of the ingredients of Seventies communal life recalled in this sensuous novel.

New York teacher under fire for assigning essay arguing that 'Jews are evil'

Students at Albany High School, in New York State, were asked to pretend to be Jew-hating Nazis in a class purporting to teach the art of persuasive writing

Gun rampage kills four in New York state

A 64-year-old loner sauntered into a barbershop in upstate New York, coolly asked if the man cutting hair remembered him and then opened fire with a shotgun, the first shots in a burst of violence that left four dead and two critically wounded.

William Spengler's house burns in Webster, upstate New York

Chilling note reveals why gunman set trap for firefighters

Killing is what I do best, said 62-year-old who set his house ablaze to lure victims

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Rabbi who fought against child sex abuse is attacked with bleach

'Revenge' street assault comes one day after the conviction of prominent offender

First the storm, then the power cuts, now a new peril – snow

Temperatures plunged across the battered American north-east today, adding to the misery of communities already struggling to recover from Superstorm Sandy.

No power. No food. And still the death toll carries on rising

Nikhil Kumar reports from New York as President Obama flies in to survey storm-ravaged East Coast

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Rafael Nadal ruled out of US Open

Former champion Rafael Nadal has withdrawn from the US Open with the knee injury that has kept him out of action since Wimbledon.

When Carl Hester, pictured, the dressage rider, won a gold medal this week, he may have been the first openly gay athlete to win a medal at the summer Olympics

Leading article: Hardly innocent until proven guilty

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