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NEW YORK (Reuters) - A Pakistani-American who U.S. prosecutors say admitted driving a car bomb into New York's Times Square waived his right to an initial court appearance on Wednesday to keep talking to investigators, sources said.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder on Tuesday announced the arrest of a man in connection with the failed car bombing attempt in New York's Times Square.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Fifty-three hours and 20 minutes elapsed between the time Faisal Shahzad allegedly parked a vehicle carrying a bomb in New York's Times Square on Saturday and the time of his arrest.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Senate Democrats, spurred by last week's failed attack on a U.S.-bound jetliner, will try to break a deadlock and confirm President Barack Obama's choice to run the Transportation Security Administration, a Senate aide said on Tuesday.
SYDNEY: Merchant and navy ships and five aircraft resumed the search for almost 100 people missing in the Indian Ocean a day after a crowded refugee boat capsized between Indonesia and Australia's Christmas Island territory.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia expects ties with Australia to remain on ice for at least six months given the time it will take to negotiate a code of conduct to govern intelligence gathering in the wake of reports Canberra spied on top Indonesians.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. and Chinese officials met for the first time in more than two months to try find a way out of their deepening trade conflict, but there was no evidence that the low-key discussions would halt a new round of U.S. tariffs due on Thursday.
BERLIN/DUBAI (Reuters) - Airlines reacted angrily on Monday to an abrupt change in U.S. immigration policy, saying they were struggling to enforce unclear rules, faced unexpected additional costs and were worried they could be fined if they get it wrong.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Emirates airline has changed pilot and flight attendant rosters on flights to the United States following the sudden U.S. travel ban on seven Muslim-majority countries, highlighting the challenges facing airlines trying to deal with the new rules.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Travellers passing through New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport this week witnessed a show of force following the Brussels airport attack: U.S. Army soldiers in khaki camouflage bearing assault rifles, police officers in black bullet-proof vests and private security guards directing traffic in neon-yellow vests.