US President Barack Obama on Tuesday condemned "intolerable" behavior by tax agency staff after a watchdog investigation found they unfairly targeted conservative groups opposed to his administration.
Four Indian Americans, including a physician and three co-owners of a health clinic from Chicago, have been charged with healthcare fraud estimated to be running into millions of dollars.
Pakistan's ambassador to the United States Sherry Rehman has resigned following the country's landmark election held over the weekend which was won by former prime minister Nawaz Sharif.
Russia today said it had detained an alleged American CIA agent working undercover at the US embassy who was discovered with a large stash of money as he was trying to recruit a Russian intelligence officer.
The United States is working with the Indian Government to stream line the latter's education visa, which is being considered as a major hindrance for American students wanting to go to the country for education, a top Obama Administration official has said.
In a landmark ruling, former Guatemalan dictator Efrain Rios Montt was found guilty of genocide and war crimes on Friday. The ruling stemmed from the massacres of indigenous people in the country’s long civil war.
The White House offices in the West Wing were evacuated briefly on Saturday after smoke was detected in the building, but staff were allowed to return and there was no indication of danger to President Barack Obama, CNN said.
A bloodless bank heist that netted more than $45 million has left even cybercrime experts impressed by the technical sophistication, if not the virtue, of the con artists who pulled off a remarkable internationally organised attack.
President Barack Obama’s administration fought back on Friday against Republican accusations that it covered up details of last year’s deadly assault on a US mission in Libya, after a news report that memos on the incident were edited to omit a CIA warning of a threat posed by al Qaeda.
The burial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev appears to be legal, a law enforcement official said after examining the paperwork needed to move the corpse to the Virginia site where he was quietly interred.
The police officer who risked his life to save victims of the Wisconsin Gurdwara shootout last year was honoured by US President Barack Obama at a White House award ceremony.
Beyond the US Air Force's embarrassing suspension of 17 nuclear missile launch officers lie two broader questions.
Nineteen people were hurt in a shooting at a Mother's Day parade in New Orleans, police said, as the mayor called for an end to "relentless" violence on the streets of the southeastern US city.
British Prime Minister David Cameron will visit Boston today to learn more about the bombings there after a meeting with President Barack Obama aimed at helping broker a Syrian peace deal and spurring talks on an EU-US trade pact.
A US judge ruled today that accused movie theater shooter James Holmes could plead not guilty by insanity, but said he would not yet formally accept the change of plea.