A Colombian poet is selling his testicles to pay for his upcoming European tour.
In addition to relinquishing lead responsibility for security, the US said Tuesday it will be holding direct talks with the Taliban in support of the Afghan reconciliation process, Yashwant Raj reports.
Afghanistan peace talks between representatives of the United States and the Taliban will take place on Thursday in Doha, a senior US official said today.
President Barack Obama is defending top secret US spying programs and called them transparent even though they are authorized in secret.
The FBI has used secret evidence obtained under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act to prosecute at least 27 accused terrorists since 2007, according to a Reuters review of public records.
Outsourcing firm iGate has been slapped with a class action lawsuit in the US for alleged violations of the federal securities laws in view of its sacked CEO Phaneesh Murthy's "improper relationship" with a subordinate employee.
A majority of Americans say the former government contractor who leaked information about a vast US electronic surveillance program should be prosecuted, a poll showed on Tuesday.
Rogue US intelligence tech Edward Snowden issued a defiant rebuke to his critics in Washington on Monday and warned more leaks were on the way, declaring: "Truth is coming and it cannot be stopped."
US President Barack Obama said that China has understood his "very blunt" message that cyber-hacking against the United States will lead to a deterioration of relations between the two powers.
US President Barack Obama sparred with Russia's Vladimir Putin over how to end the war in Syria on Monday during an icy encounter at a G8 summit where divisions over the conflict eclipsed the rest of the agenda.
US President Barack Obama will tell G8 leaders that Washington is offering a new $300 million aid package for refugees inside and outside Syria, a senior official said.
China on Monday dismissed hints that former CIA employee-turned whistleblower Edward Snowden in hiding in Hong Kong was spying for Beijing and instead asked the US to explain to the world Snowden’s claim of wide-ranging internet surveillance by the US.
Ex-NSA contractor Edward Snowden on Monday said had not given Chinese authorities any document of information regarding the surveillance programmes exposed by him.
Who said Harry Potter series was only about magic and children? A political science professor has suggested that the influence of the boy wizard and his world goes way beyond.
Edward Snowden, the former NSA contractor who exposed the US government's secret phone and internet surveillance programmes, said that he could not get a fair trial in the US.