On the night streets of Crown Heights, Brooklyn, United States, five people are shot in two separate incidents.
In basketball, the 76th NBA draft is held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, U.S., with the Orlando Magic selecting former Duke University player Paolo Banchero with the first overall pick.
The United States says it will ban anti-satellite missile tests.
Seventeen people are injured during a mass shooting and smoke bomb attack at the 36th Street station in Brooklyn, New York City, United States. The attacker is at large.
A United States drone strike kills 17 members of al-Qaeda in Idlib, including eleven leaders. Five civilians were also killed.
U.S. officials say China may have conducted low-yield nuclear weapon tests in its Lop Nur test site in violation of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty.
Government forces and their allies announce plans to capture the remainder of Aleppo before American President-elect Donald Trump takes office in January.
United States military and intelligence sources cite concerns about Russian activities near undersea cables that suggest plans to intercept or cut communication over these vital links.
The United States announces that it will enforce sanctions on more than two dozen companies who assisted Iran with its nuclear program.
The United States, European Union and United Nations pledge additional resources to the African Union's AMISOM peacekeeping force in Somalia.
A U.S. Justice Department task force recommends 47 Guantanamo Bay detainees should be held indefinitely without charge.