US News

Ensure territory not used for planning attacks in India: US to Pakistan

The US has asked Pakistan to ensure that its territory is not used for planning attacks in India, after Prime Minister Narendra Modi said terrorism is being "incubated in India's neighbourhood".

Philadelphia could become 1st major US city with soda tax

The Philadelphia City Council is set to vote on an amended version of a soda tax proposal that would set a 1.5 cent-per-ounce tax on sugary and diet drinks.

Police kill man after going on shooting rampage in Alabama

Authorities say police fatally shot a man accused of going on a shooting rampage injuring three people including a toddler.

Man beaten and held in closet by East Cleveland police gets $22 mn

A jury awarded $22 million to an Ohio man who sued the city of East Cleveland and police officers after he was beaten while handcuffed and placed in a storage closet for four days, a lawyer said on Wednesday.

United States mortgage penalty is voided

The Justice Department has relied on FIRREA for several financial crisis-linked cases in part because it provides 10 years from the time of the alleged fraud to bring cases.

FBI’s 10 Most Wanted Fugitives in US: James Earl Ray, Osama bin Laden on list in past

The FBI had hunted dangerous fugitives for years when a United Press International reporter asked in 1949 for the names of the ''toughest guys'' to catch. The subsequent story about the 10 most dangerous fugitives was such a

FBI adds LA and Chicago area suspects to 10 Most Wanted list

The FBI added two men to its 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list Thursday: A Chicago-area man suspected in a teenager's 2009 killing and a Los Angeles man accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend last month.

US man admits to ripping off Muslim woman’s hijab on Southwest Airlines flight, saying ‘Take it off! This is America!’

A 37-year-old man has admitted in court that he ripped off a Muslim woman's hijab on board a flight in the US after screaming "Take it off! This is America!".

NORAD: General is 1st woman to lead top-tier US combat command

Air Force Gen. Lori J. Robinson on Friday became the first woman to lead a top-tier U.S. warfighting command when she took charge of the North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command in Colorado.

At least 10 hurt as storms move into Ohio River Valley

Bad weather moved into the Ohio River Valley on Tuesday after a series of powerful storms hit the Plains, including tornadoes that destroyed homes and left two people dead in Oklahoma.

Immigrants college access: Program offers scholarships to foreign students

Delaware State University is joining with a national scholarship program to increase college opportunities for immigrant students living in the United States without permanent legal status.

US attack: Four stabbed in attacks at Massachusetts mall, home

Two people were stabbed at a shopping mall outside Boston on Tuesday evening by an assailant who crashed a car into the front of a store after two other people were stabbed at a nearby residence, state police said.

Barack Obama urges Asian-Americans to stand up to bigotry

President Barack Obama on Wednesday urged Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders to fight bigotry and to press Congress to update U.S. immigration policy.

Hillary Clinton calls Donald Trump a ‘loose cannon,’ risky choice for US president

US Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton took quick aim at presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump on Wednesday, saying the United States should not take a risk on an unreliable candidate.

As Donald Trump wins, Hillary Clinton exploring how to win over Republicans

Donald Trump has all but clinched the Republican nomination for president, and Hillary Clinton is already exploring ways to woo Republicans turned off by the brash billionaire.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Focal Point

Advertisement

TRENDING NOW

Related Articles

Switch to Hindi Edition