A mentally disabled woman and her daughter were forced to live in an Ohio basement with snakes and pitbulls and were treated like slaves for more than two years, US prosecutors said Tuesday.
Researchers have developed a method, which helps them to print physical samples of artificial bones in just a few hours.
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.
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.
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 Colombian poet is selling his testicles to pay for his upcoming European tour.
Ex-NSA contractor Edward Snowden on Monday said had not given Chinese authorities any document of information regarding the surveillance programmes exposed by him.
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.
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.
Celebrating Father’s Day, US President Barack Obama said he wished his own father had been more involved in his life and backed reform of child support laws to get more men “working and engaged” with their children.
A plane carrying former President George W Bush was diverted to Louisville after the pilot reported the smell of smoke, media reports said today.
Visiting minister of state for corporate affairs Sachin Pilot has held a series of meetings with US officials and discussed bilateral issues in particular those related to competition policy and corporate governance.
Facebook revealed on Friday it received between 9,000 and 10,000 requests for user data from US authorities in the second half of last year, as it seeks to shield itself from a growing scandal.
A US Marine Corps MV-22 Osprey aircraft has made an unprecedented landing on a Japanese naval vessel off the California coast.