Articles about United States of America
29 Sep 2022Cuba
Said to be the most damaging in a long time and classified as a Category 4 storm, Hurricane Ian made landfall near the city of Fort Myers, along southwest coast of Florida on Wednesday, said the US National Hurricane Center (NHC).
28 Sep 2022Food and Drug Administration
Leading Japanese drugmaker Eisai Co. and its partner Biogen Inc. on Tuesday said their Alzheimer's drug showed a significant effect in slowing the disease, in a major trial.
28 Sep 2022Travel And Tourism
Indians planning to visit the United States of America may have to wait for at least two-to-three years for a visa appointment.
27 Sep 2022S Jaishankar
The United States on Monday responded to Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar's statements questioning the arrangement between the US and Pakistan over the supply of F-16 fighter jets to Islamabad as a security aid.
22 Sep 2022New York City
In a gruesome development, the New York Police found suitcases filled with human body parts and blood at a Brooklyn apartment this week.
20 Sep 2022Colorado
In a unique solution to solve its rising homelessness problem, the city of Denver in the United States of America will be providing the destitute with $12,000 (roughly Rs. 9.5 lakh) per year.
07 Sep 2022India
Indians have been using antibiotics in excess with over 47% of formulations not permitted by the government drug regulator in 2019, a new study found.
29 Aug 2022Detroit
Gun violence rocked the US on Sunday as six people were shot dead and three injured in separate incidents in Detroit and Houston.
28 Aug 2022Monsoon
The devastating floods in Pakistan have led to 119 deaths within the last 24 hours, BBC reported.
27 Aug 2022Twitter
A parliamentary panel has reprimanded top Twitter officials over the allegations of a whistleblower on its India operations, PTI reported.
26 Aug 2022Texas
A woman was arrested for assaulting and racially abusing four Indian women in Dallas, Texas in the United States (US) on Wednesday.
24 Aug 2022H-1B Visa
A sufficient number of applications for granting 65,000 H-1B visas — which is the maximum limit for a year as mandated by Congress — had been received by the US for the fiscal year 2023, the US federal agency for immigration services informed on Tuesday.
22 Aug 2022Prince William
Princes William and Harry are reportedly struggling to retain their once-close bond nearly a quarter century after the passing of their mother, Princess Diana.
19 Aug 2022Delhi
Students and travelers seeking visa appointment to visit the United States (US) are bound to wait a minimum of nearly 500 days as pending applications keep piling up, according to the US State Department.
18 Aug 2022Iran
The New Jersey man accused of attacking renowned author Salman Rushdie last week is reportedly "surprised" that he is alive.
18 Aug 2022Italy
Observed on August 18 every year, National Ice Cream Pie Day celebrates the refreshing and delicious frozen dessert that comes in several flavors.
17 Aug 2022Philadelphia
Marguerite Koller, 99, from Pennsylvania in the United States welcomed her 100th great-grandchild earlier this month.
14 Aug 2022India
Salman Rushdie is no longer on a ventilator and is able to speak, as per his book agent Andrew Wylie, a day after he was stabbed at a New York event.
13 Aug 2022Delhi
Delhi reported its fifth monkeypox case on Saturday after a woman hospitalized at Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan (LNJP) Hospital tested positive, India Today reported.
12 Aug 2022Iran
Popular yet controversial author Salman Rushdie was attacked at an event in New York on Friday.
10 Aug 2022Japan
The Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (IIT Bombay) has received a record number of job offers during the campus placements this academic year.
09 Aug 2022Washington DC
Following days of massive Chinese war games, Taiwan's military held an artillery drill on Tuesday simulating defense against an attack, as Taipei alleged Beijing was preparing to invade the island.
09 Aug 2022Google
An "electrical incident" occurred at a Google data center on Monday in Council Bluffs, Iowa, critically injuring three electricians, said the tech giant and the Council Bluffs Police Department.
09 Aug 2022Donald Trump
Former US President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that his Florida home was "raided" by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
07 Aug 2022Uttar Pradesh
A woman from Uttar Pradesh residing in Queens, New York, allegedly died by suicide last week after bearing years of domestic violence for giving birth to two daughters.
07 Aug 2022Cuba
A major fire broke out in the Cuban city of Matanzas after lightning struck an oil storage facility.
07 Aug 2022Ohio
At least four persons were killed in multiple shooting incidents in Ohio, United States (US), ANI reported on Sunday.
05 Aug 2022Taiwan
China will be sanctioning United States (US) House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for her visit to Taiwan this week, the Foreign Ministry announced on Friday.
05 Aug 2022Florida
Punctuality is definitely something employers expect from their employees. However, being late once in a while shouldn't lead to a mercurial situation.
05 Aug 2022Florida
Police officials in Florida arrested a couple this week for allegedly engaging in sexual acts with their dog and recording it on video.
05 Aug 2022California
The United States (US) authorities announced on Thursday that monkeypox has been designated a public health emergency in the country.
05 Aug 2022Taiwan
Speaking in Japan during the last leg of her Asia tour, US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said that China is using her visit to Taiwan as an "excuse" to conduct military drills near the island.
03 Aug 2022Taiwan
US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi addressed Taiwan's parliament on Wednesday, and met with its President Tsai Ing-wen and human rights activists.
02 Aug 2022Taiwan
US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi reportedly landed in Taiwan late on Tuesday evening as part of her Asia tour, amid repeated "warnings" against her visit from China.
02 Aug 2022Afghanistan
The United States has killed al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri in a drone strike—carried out by the Central Intelligence Agency—in Kabul on Sunday.
02 Aug 2022al Qaeda
Al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri—one of the most wanted terrorists in the world and the architect of the US September 11, 2001, terror attacks—has been killed in an American drone strike in Kabul, Afghanistan.
31 Jul 2022Pfizer
US President Joe Biden tested positive for COVID-19 again on Saturday morning after a series of negative test results throughout the week.
30 Jul 2022Virginia
The number of deaths in the United States' (US) eastern Kentucky state increased to at least 16 as "epic" torrential rains ripped down homes, wiped out highways, and drove rivers over their banks, state officials said, warning that more deaths were likely.
29 Jul 2022Greece
Observed on July 30 annually, National Cheesecake Day celebrates one of America's favorite desserts.