SHOCKING: Woman leaves job to breastfeed her boyfriend!

SHOCKING: Woman leaves job to breastfeed her boyfriend!

Breastfeeding was always known to create a bond between a child and his/her mother. But, a woman in Atlanta has taken breastfeeding to a new level.

Para shooter Rajeev Malik's rifle goes missing during travel

Para shooter Rajeev Malik lost both his rifles during travel for IPC Shooting World Cup.

Rory McIlroy reflects on `disappointing` year

Rory McIlroy reflects on `disappointing` year

Rory McIlroy is looking forward to turning the page on a disappointing 2015 after wrapping up his season at the US PGA Tour Championship in Atlanta this week.

Can`t say yet whether he will mount White House run: Joe Biden

US Vice President Joe Biden said on Thursday he is trying to determine whether he has the emotional energy to mount a White House bid in 2016 but cannot say yet whether he can do it.

Donald Trump shut out of conservative conclave due to offensive remarks

Magnate and presidential hopeful Donald Trump has been shut out of an important conservative gathering being held this weekend in Atlanta, Georgia, where he would have been the main speaker, due to some comments he made about a female Fox TV moderator, which for many went way too far.

Ben Affleck spotted in Atlanta wearing wedding ring again

Ben Affleck spotted in Atlanta wearing wedding ring again

Ben Affleck was sporting his wedding band again while he was spending time with his eldest daughter.

Ben Affleck flies to Atlanta to be with Garner, kids

Ben Affleck flies to Atlanta to be with Garner, kids

Superstar Ben Affleck is trying his best to spend more time together with his kids following divorce announcement from Jennifer Garner.

Short-handed Cavs dominate to stretch series lead over Hawks

Short-handed Cavs dominate to stretch series lead over Hawks

The Cleveland Cavaliers barely missed injured Kyrie Irving on Friday as they cruised to a 94-82 victory over Atlanta and a commanding lead in the NBA Eastern Conference finals.

Atlanta-area police shoot dead unarmed, naked African-American man

A white, Atlanta-area police officer shot dead a naked and unarmed African-American man acting erratically in his apartment complex and who was possibly suffering from a mental illness, the county police chief said.

US airliners received bomb threat, escorted by fighter jets

A pair of F-16 fighter jets escorted two US commercial airliners to their landing in Atlanta on Saturday following a bomb threat online, an aviation spokesman said.

Mercedes moving headquarters from New Jersey to Atlanta

German luxury automobile maker Mercedes-Benz has said that it's moving its US headquarters from New Jersey to Atlanta, in part to be closer to its manufacturing facility in Alabama.

Kyrie Irving nets 35 in return but Cavs lose in Atlanta

Kyrie Irving nets 35 in return but Cavs lose in Atlanta

Australian star Kyrie Irving scored 35 points in his NBA return from a bruised left knee but the Cleveland Cavaliers, playing without LeBron James, lost 109-101 Tuesday at Atlanta.

US doctor gives first interview since surviving Ebola

A US doctor who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone and survived after weeks of intensive treatment in Atlanta is speaking out for the first time in an interview published Sunday.

CAG flags off accounting lapses in US mission

Flagging off "serious inaccuracies" in accounts of India's Consulate General in Houston, government auditor CAG on Friday said there were "fictitious payment vouchers" of about Rs 2.3 crore and some unaccounted with drawls between March 2012 and February 2013.

US varsity students attend lectures at Presidency

One of India's prestigious educational establishments, Presidency University, here is hosting a batch of students and faculty from a top-ranked US university as part of a student exchange programme, a statement said.

US nurse with Ebola to be released from hospital

A second US nurse diagnosed with Ebola while caring for a patient from Liberia is now free of the disease and will leave Emory University Hospital in Atlanta soon, hospital authorities said Tuesday.

US to track everyone coming from Ebola nations

Federal officials working to keep Ebola from spreading into the US have ordered that all travellers who come into the US from three Ebola-stricken West African nations now be monitored for three weeks.

Stepped-up Ebola screening starting at NYC airport

A stepped-up screening program to check the temperatures of travelers arriving from West Africa is starting at New York's Kennedy International Airport, part of an effort to stop the spread of Ebola.

Elite Secret Service now a punching bag and a punchline

The Secret Service lost more than its boss over the cascade of security lapses which cast doubt on its capacity to fulfill its prime mission: protecting President Barack Obama.

Another security breach after Obama shared lift with armed man with criminal record

Days after an armed intruder jumped over a fence and trespassed into the White House, another security lapse has come into light.