United States of America: News

06 Aug 2023

World War 2

Hiroshima Day: Movies that depict catastrophic consequences of nuclear bombings

Christopher Nolan's Oppenheimer has taken the world by storm by bringing the meticulous details of the first-ever atomic bomb used to attack Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan during World War II.

04 Aug 2023

Donald Trump

Trump pleads not guilty to 2020 election interference charges

Former United States (US) President Donald Trump on Thursday pleaded "not guilty" to charges that he orchestrated a criminal conspiracy to try to overturn his 2020 poll defeat.

03 Aug 2023


Niger: US orders partial evacuation of envoys following military coups

The United States (US) has decided to partially evacuate its embassy in Niger, ordering all non-emergency officials to temporarily leave the country amid tension following the military coup in the West African country.

02 Aug 2023

Donald Trump

Donald Trump charged with conspiracy to overturn 2020 US elections

Former United States (US) President Donald Trump was indicted on Tuesday for plotting to overturn his election defeat in the 2020 presidential elections.

31 Jul 2023

Crime against minors

Child porn suspect films dog performing sex-act on her, arrested

The police have reportedly apprehended a 33-year-old woman from Tennessee, United States (US), for recording her dog performing sexual acts on her and also possessing child pornography.

31 Jul 2023


COVID-19 begins to rise again in US, warns CDC 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the United States (US) warned there has been a rise in COVID-19 cases in the country this summer.

29 Jul 2023


Russia seeking North Korean weapons for Ukraine war: US

Antony Blinken, the secretary of state for the United States (US), has claimed that Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu is currently in North Korea to secure arms to aid Moscow's halted invasion of Ukraine, reported AFP.

29 Jul 2023

Joe Biden

Biden acknowledges son's child with woman who isn't his wife

United States (US) President Joe Biden has, for the first time, publicly acknowledged the existence of his seventh grandchild, Navy Joan Roberts, the daughter of his son Hunter Biden and Lunden Roberts, a woman from Arkansas who filed a paternity suit in May 2019 against the president's son.

28 Jul 2023

Donald Trump

Indian-American enters US presidential race, calls himself 'pure blood' candidate

Indian-American politician Hirsh Vardhan Singh has announced his bid to seek the Republican nomination for the highly anticipated United States (US) presidential election in 2024.

28 Jul 2023

New York City

New York City: Multiple people stabbed in Manhattan, suspect held

In a shocking incident in the United States (US), a man reportedly went on a stabbing spree, injuring numerous people in the Manhattan area of New York City on Thursday (local time).

27 Jul 2023


California: Naked woman exits car, fires shots during rush hour

A naked woman got out of her car and opened fire on the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge in California, United States (US), on Wednesday.

27 Jul 2023

US Congress

Pentagon aware of UFOs for decades: Whistleblowers tell US Congress

On Wednesday, three US military veterans told Congress that the government knows more about unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP) than it is telling the public.

27 Jul 2023

United Nations (UN)

Niger soldiers declare coup on national TV, detain president

Soldiers in Niger have reportedly announced on national television the official removal of President Mohamed Bazoum from power.

US Congress's historic hearing on UFOs: Key takeaways

The US House of Representatives witnessed the most anticipated Congressional hearing in a long time. The publicly telecasted hearing was about unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP).

26 Jul 2023


She went to US to study, found starving on streets

A woman from Telangana's Hyderabad, identified as Syeda Lulu Minhaj Zaidi, who went to the United States (US) to pursue a master's degree, was found on a street in Chicago in a destitute condition after her belongings were stolen.

26 Jul 2023

US Congress

US Congress to hold hearing on UFOs: What to expect

The United States House of Representatives will hear testimonies from witnesses regarding unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP) later today.

24 Jul 2023


Why NRIs in US are hoarding rice

Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) in the United States (US) were recently criticized for "rice hoarding" as they rushed to grocery stores to buy large quantities of rice, fearing a supply shortage and price hike.

21 Jul 2023

Federal Reserve

US may fall into recession in Q3 this year

Over the past few days, we have heard about how the probability of a recession in the US is falling. However, an index designed to understand where an economy is heading in the near term suggests otherwise.

21 Jul 2023


Stolen 15th-century Christopher Columbus letter returned to Italy

One of Christopher Columbus's stolen letters from the 15th century has been returned to Italy, according to US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

20 Jul 2023


18-year-old mom tries to hire hitman for toddler's murder, arrested

A woman was arrested on Wednesday for allegedly attempting to hire a hitman to kill her three-year-old son in Miami, Florida, United States (US).

19 Jul 2023

North Korea

What we know about US soldier 'defecting' to North Korea

A United States soldier, Private Second Class Travis King (23) has been detained in North Korea after he crossed over to the country from neighboring South Korea without authorization, the US military said.

19 Jul 2023

Donald Trump

Donald Trump's poll promise: 'Will end Russia-Ukraine conflict in 24-hours'

Former United States President Donald Trump said that over 500 days of the Russia-Ukraine war could end in a day if he returns to power, Fox News reported.

After France and UAE, Indonesia plans UPI deal with India

India's flagship instant payment system, Unified Payments Interface (UPI), will likely be used in Indonesia as the two countries are looking for a deal for bilateral trade in domestic currency, real-time card recognition, and digital payments, The Times of India reported.

16 Jul 2023

Vladimir Putin

'Will use cluster bombs if…': Russian President Vladimir Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin said that his nation has a "sufficient stockpile" of cluster bombs, which can be used against Ukraine in retaliation.

16 Jul 2023

US Geological Survey

US: 7.4-magnitude earthquake jolts Alaska, tsunami warning issued

An earthquake of magnitude 7.4 has struck the Alaska Peninsula region, 106km south of Alaska's Sand Point City, the United States Geological Survey (USGS) said.

15 Jul 2023


Russia not changing its path: US on Ukraine war

United States (US) State Secretary Antony Blinken on Friday said that Russia was showing no signs of changing its direction on war with Ukraine.

14 Jul 2023


US women can now buy birth control pills without prescription

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Thursday greenlighted the first over-the-counter birth control pill.

12 Jul 2023

United Kingdom

Here's why Britain's screenwriters are rallying against AI

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been making lives easy for many at work. But it's also being deemed as a threat, especially to writers.

12 Jul 2023


What is TikTok's 'Boat Jumping Challenge' that killed 4 people

A TikTok trend that first went viral in 2020, has so far claimed the lives of four people in the United States of America.

11 Jul 2023

Volodymyr Zelenskyy

'Absurd': Zelenskyy slams NATO for delay in Ukraine membership

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Tuesday slammed the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) for not setting a timeline for Ukraine to join the military alliance.

11 Jul 2023


10-year-old develops 'most painful condition' known to mankind

A 10-year-old girl in Australia has been diagnosed with complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), a rare and incurable disorder that is often called the "most painful condition" known to mankind.

11 Jul 2023


US welcomes India's role in bringing peace to Ukraine

The United States (US) will welcome the role that India or any other country could play in bringing "just and lasting" peace to Ukraine while recognizing its sovereignty and territorial integrity, US Department of State Spokesperson Matthew Miller said on Monday.

10 Jul 2023


Where India stands among world's most powerful militaries

Global Firepower (GFP), an analytical website that tracks global military powers, released the 2023 Military Strength Ranking, rating 145 countries based on an index of 60 individual factors measuring currently available firepower.

10 Jul 2023

Dalai Lama

US official meets Dalai Lama; China calls it 'pure offense'

China has vehemently opposed the recent meeting of the Joe Biden administration's top official on human rights issues, Uzra Zeya, and Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, in New Delhi.

10 Jul 2023


US: 13-month-old dies after mother accidentally runs car over her

A 13-month-old girl lost her life after her mother accidentally ran over her while repositioning her car in Arizona, United States (US), reported NBC News.

09 Jul 2023


Canada: Violence erupts in pro-Khalistani rally in Toronto, 2 held

Two pro-Khalistani protesters were reportedly detained by police in Toronto, Canada, on Saturday (local time) after violence broke out at a "Khalistan Freedom rally" outside the Indian consulate there.

08 Jul 2023


India braces for 'Khalistan Freedom rallies' in Canada, US, UK 

The Indian government remained on tenterhooks on Saturday as the rallies under the "Khalistan Freedom movement" are reportedly being organized by Sikh separatist groups across Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia.

04 Jul 2023

San Francisco

US 'strongly condemns' torching of Indian consulate by alleged Khalistanis

The United States (US) on Tuesday "strongly condemned" the arson and vandalism attempt at the Indian consulate in San Francisco, which was reported on Sunday.

03 Jul 2023


India flags concern over 'Khalistan freedom rally' in Canada

India strongly opposed the proposed "Khalistan freedom march" slated for Saturday in Canada, claiming it would endanger its diplomats.