Thursday, June 20, 2013
US man pleads guilty to supporting terrorism
A man who the FBI said wanted to wage violent jihad in Africa pleaded guilty on Friday to a charge o...
Elton John cancels show on medical grounds
Singer Elton John cancelled a show in Alabama citing `medical reasons`, but more details are unknown...
Crippled cruise docks at Alabama terminal
After almost five days, the disabled US cruise ship in which 4,200 people were on board reached the ...
`Extremely terrible` condition as US cruise ship limps in
Conditions on a disabled US cruise ship were "extremely terrible" as it finally approached...
Alabama hostage crisis ends, FBI rescues boy safely
The child named Ethan was rescued safely and was “physically unharmed”, whereas the kidnapper, a 65 ...
`Hotel Transylvania` sequel in works
After scoring big success at the box office, ‘Hotel Transylvania’ is set to get a sequel treatment.
Ex-prof gets life in prison for meeting rampage
A Harvard-educated biologist was sentenced to life in prison without parole after being convicted of...
'Infosys victory may deter copycat lawsuits'
The Infosys victory in federal court in Alabama may deter potential copycat lawsuits against Indian ...
Infosys stocks up 4% as US court dismisses harassment case against it
Shares of Infosys on Tuesday surged nearly 4 percent after a US court in Alabama dismissed harassmen...
US looking into Alabama prison sex abuse claims
Rape, sexual assault and harassment from male guards are a way of life for prisoners at an Alabama w...
Power surges to another IndyCar victory in Alabama
Will Power wasted no time disproving his own theory. Power started ninth, took the lead on a late c...
Octavia Spencer wants Hollywood to shoot in Alabama
Octavia Spencer has called on Hollywood bosses to shoot more movies in her native Alabama to help bo...
US: Santorum wins Alabama, Mississippi primaries
Republican Rick Santorum won a pair of crucial Deep South primaries on Tuesday, staking a claim to l...
Romney, Gingrich headed for close finish in deep south
The crucial Republican presidential primary in the two southern States of Mississippi and Alabama Tu...
Apparent tornadoes hit Alabama homes, prison
Apparent tornadoes destroyed houses, sent people to hospitals and tore up the roof of a maximum secu...
Obama tours `heartbreaking` tornado damage, vows aid
President Barack Obama landed in Alabama to comfort victims of deadly tornado.
Suit against US firm for abusing Indian employees
US federal authorities have filed a lawsuit against a marine services company based in Alabama for a...
Death toll from severe storms rises to 17
Vicious storms smacked the Deep South, killing at least 17 people in Alabama.
Alabama`s Guv apologises for Christian comments
Bentley had made remarks about only Christians being his brothers, sisters.
Professor accused in Alabama slayings likely insane: Lawyer
The lawyer for an Alabama college professor accused of killing three colleagues during a faculty mee...
South gets 2nd dose of snow in days
Snow and ice pelted parts of the South on Monday for the second time in a matter of days, glazing Te...
Accused Alabama prof shot, killed brother in 1986
A former Massachusetts police chief says there was no attempt to cover up a fatal shooting committed...
Indian-American killed in US univ shooting
An Indian-American professor was killed when a woman teacher allegedly opened fire in Univ of Alabam...
Three killed in Univ of Alabama shooting
Three people were killed and one wounded in shootings at the University of Alabama at Huntsville.
Alabama senator releases holds on Obama nominees
Republican Sen. Richard Shelby of Alabama has released most of the "holds" he had placed o...
Pirates again attack US-flagged Maersk Alabama
Somali pirates attacked Maersk Alabama for 2nd time in 7 months on Wednesday, but guards on board th...
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