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200 immigrants to be sworn in as US citizens at John F Kennedy library

Massachusetts US District Court Judge Dennis Saylor will preside over the naturalisation ceremony today afternoo

UKIP leader resigns after ''disastrous'' UK poll result

After UKIP failed to gain a single seat in Westminster, and with Nuttall coming third in Boston and Skegness, he opted to leave his position.
 

Indian man missing in Boston

Ram Jayakumar, of Lexington, was last seen on Friday night when he had parked his car on a Boston street.

Late-season snowstorm throws US Northeast for a loop

A late-season snowstorm swept the mid-Atlantic and northeastern United States on Tuesday, closing public school systems from Washington, DC, to Boston, grounding thousands of airline flights and knocking out electricity to 200,000 customers.

Two US policemen injured during shootout, suspect killed: Police

Two US policemen injured during shootout, suspect killed: Police

The police officers were fired at on Wednesday night when they responded to a call about a "person with a gun", the police confirmed.

Want to reduce inflammation? Eat handful of nuts everyday!

Researchers have found that greater nuts consumption is associated with lower levels of biomarkers of inflammation.

I have aged not Michelle: Obama

US President Barack Obama on Thursday said that in eight years of his presidency he has aged but not his "brilliant wife" Michelle who continues to "inspire" the nation as the First Lady.

Attacker shot dead after killing two in Massachusetts

The violence began after the suspect, identified as Arthur DaRosa, crashed his car into a truck around in Taunton, south of Boston.

Threatening letter sent to Donald Trump son's NYC home: Officials

Police and the FBI are investigating a threatening letter sent to the Manhattan apartment of Donald Trump's son Eric that contained a white powder, two law enforcement officials said on Friday.

SHOCKING! Muslim women escorted off plane in US for "staring" at crew member

In a shocking incident, two Muslim women were escorted off of a plane by police after a cabin crew member accused them of "staring" at her.

Deep-ocean sound waves may aid tsunami detection

Deep-ocean sound waves may aid tsunami detection

The researchers have developed a general theory that connects gravity waves and acoustic waves.

Dangerous cold grips northeast US, could break Valentine's Day records

A dangerous cold snap seized the northeastern United States on Saturday, with temperatures in some areas set to fall below zero and Boston facing its coldest Valentine`s Day in almost four decades.

MIT of Boston may associate with India's flagship programmes

MIT of Boston may associate with India's flagship programmes

A discussion in this regard took place when MIT President Rafael Reif called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi here on Thursday.  

Sport scandals an opportunity for change, says  IOC's Thomas Bach

Sport scandals an opportunity for change, says IOC's Thomas Bach

On the first anniversary of the IOC`s Agenda 2020 reforms aimed at making the Games a more attractive and transparent prospect.

Harvard University says evacuates four buildings after bomb threat

Harvard University says evacuates four buildings after bomb threat

Three classroom buildings - The Science Center, Sever and Emerson Halls - and one dormitory, Thayer Hall, were affected.

New York, other US cities beef up security after Paris attacks

New York was the site of the Sept. 11, 2001, hijacked plane attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people and destroyed the World Trade Center's twin towers.

Ex-Uber driver in US admits rape, sentenced for up to 12 years

A former Uber driver in the US who raped and kidnapped a woman here in 2014 has been sentenced to up to 12 years in jail, according to an attorney, who called for caution when using ride-sharing taxi services.

Busy CEOs spend one day every week managing communications

Top executives lose thousands of hours each year responding to emails and sitting in unproductive meetings as companies do not track and monitor the time lost, according to a research by an American firm.