10 Apr 2021
US official calls Tim Cook's voting on iPhone suggestion 'preposterous'
Ohio's Secretary of State, Frank LaRose, called Apple's CEO Tim Cook's idea of voting on the iPhone "preposterous."
20 Mar 2021
'Stand against hate, racism': President Biden condemns Atlanta mass shooting
US President Joe Biden on Friday condemned the rising violence against Asian-Americans in the wake of the recent mass shooting in Atlanta, targeting Asian massage parlors.
17 Mar 2021
Georgia massage parlor shootings leave eight dead: Details
Shootings at two massage parlors in Atlanta and one in the suburbs left eight people dead, many of them women of Asian descent, authorities said on Tuesday.
06 Nov 2020
#USAElections2020: White House hopeful Joe Biden moves closer to 270-mark
Democrat Joe Biden is inching closer to the 270-mark, which is the number of electoral votes needed to be sworn in as the President of the United States of America, as tense counting continued in two states, Pennsylvania and Georgia.
05 Nov 2020
#USAElections2020: Donald Trump sues in three states, Biden remains confident
US President Donald Trump's campaign has filed lawsuits in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Georgia demanding to halt the counting of votes, even as no one emerged as a clear winner in the presidential elections 2020.
04 Nov 2020
#USAElections2020: Trump or Biden, who's winning key battleground states?
The United States Presidential race between Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden remains as nail-biting as it did when the counting of votes had first started.
24 Oct 2020
US 2020 elections could have highest voter turnout since 1908
This year's United States Presidential elections could possibly record the highest voter turnout in over a century, data from the US Elections Project indicated on Friday.
24 Aug 2020
FIDE Online Chess Olympiad: R Praggnanandhaa shines for India
15-year-old Indian chess sensation R Praggnanandhaa starred for the nation in the ongoing FIDE Online Chess Olympiad.
14 Aug 2019
Big stars make it through at Cincinnati Masters
Big guns in men's tennis, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic moved to the second round of the Cincinnati Masters.
27 May 2019
Alabama's abortion ban is stricter than even Saudi Arabia
United States is often perceived as an extremely progressive country; a first-world nation. However, a pregnant person in the US state of Alabama would have less bodily autonomy than most countries in the world, after the state's proposed abortion restrictions.
10 May 2019
IAF jets force aircraft from Pakistan to land in Jaipur
The Indian Air Force's Sukhoi fighter jets on Friday intercepted an Antonov An-12 heavy cargo plane coming from the Pakistani airspace, trespassing into the Indian territory.
23 Aug 2018
Footballer Kashia to receive an award for supporting LGBT community
Georgia football team captain, Guram Kashia is set to receive the #EqualGame award for supporting LGBT community.
20 Aug 2018
#GamingBytes: Grand Theft Auto Publisher wins an injunction against hacker
Take-Two Interactive, the parent company behind the popular game Grand Theft Auto 5, were granted a temporary injunction against a Georgia man, David Zipperer, to stop the sale of two mods.
19 Aug 2018
Record: 18-year-old solves six Rubik's Cubes underwater in one breath
In a bizarre, albeit brilliant feat, an 18-year-old Georgian student solved six Rubik's Cubes underwater in one breath, and is on his way to becoming a Guiness World Record holder.
21 Apr 2018
US: Indian-American boy wins prestigious $100,000 Jeopardy College Championship
An Indian-American student has won the prestigious $100,000 "Jeopardy! College Championship" in a quiz show televised in the US.
03 Mar 2018
Ace wrestler Sushil Kumar plays down retirement talks
Two-time Olympic medal winner Sushil Kumar has played down the possibility of retiring from the sport as of now.
01 Mar 2018
Georgia teacher barricades himself in classroom, fires gun
A teacher in Georgia, US, barricaded himself in his classroom and fired at least one gunshot before being nabbed.
09 Feb 2018
Gunman kills one Indian-American, injures another in Georgia
A 28-year-old gunman went on a shooting rampage at two convenience stores in Rome, Georgia, on Tuesday night, killing one Indian-American and seriously injuring another.
22 Jun 2017
After Georgia special election loss, can Democrats ever trump Trump?
On June 20, Democrat Jon Ossoff lost to Republican Karen Handel in a closely fought special election in a Georgia congressional district.
20 Jun 2017
Baseball shooting to lead to victory? Republicans believe so
Georgia's Republican official, Brad Carver believes that the shooting at the congressional baseball practice could escalate their chances of winning in the state's special House election.