17 US states sue to block Obama's order on immigration

A coalition of 17 US states led by Texas have filed a federal lawsuit aiming to block implementation of President Barack Obama`s executive order shielding some five million undocumented immigrants from deportation.

US state coalition sues over immigration order

Texas is leading a 17-state coalition suing over President Barack Obama's recently announced executive actions on immigration, arguing in a lawsuit that the move "tramples" key portions of the US Constitution.

Indiana police detain man in deaths of 4 women

An Indiana man confessed to killing a woman whose body was found in a motel and told police where the bodies of three more women could be found, police have said.

SC ruling gives big boost to gay marriages in US

The United States Supreme Court has rejected appeals against gay marriages in five states including, Indiana, Utah, Oklahoma, Virginia and Wisconsin.

US Supreme Court declines to take up gay marriage cases

The US Supreme Court declined on Monday to hear gay marriage cases from five states, opening the door to more same-sex weddings while putting off a nationwide decision on the hot-button issue.

I`m scared to die, I love you: 26-yr-old US hostage wrote to parents in ISIS captivity
I`m scared to die, I love you: 26-yr-old US hostage wrote to parents in ISIS captivity

Few days after an Islamic State video was posted online threatening to kill a 26-year-old US hostage Peter Kassig, the captive's parents have released excerpts from a letter written by him during the ISIS captivity.

Pacers` Stephenson, Hibbert fined for flopping

Indiana guard Lance Stephenson was fined $10,000 and center Roy Hibbert docked $5,000 by the NBA on Thursday for flopping in the Pacers` 93-90 playoff win over Miami the night before.

Spurs stretch streak with big win over Nuggets

The San Antonio Spurs stretched their NBA winning streak to 16 on Friday with an emphatic 133-102 triumph over the Denver Nuggets.

League-best Spurs beat Lakers for ninth win in a row

The San Antonio Spurs, with a balanced scoring attack led by Danny Green`s 15 points, won their ninth game in a row Friday by routing the Los Angeles Lakers 119-85.

Three killed in Indiana supermarket shooting: Police

Three people were killed, including a gunman, after shooting erupted in an Indiana supermarket on Wednesday evening, police said.

Hawks lose scoring leader Horford indefinitely

Atlanta Hawks scoring leader Al Horford will be sidelined indefinitely after suffering a torn right pectoral muscle, the NBA club announced Friday.

NBA: James nursing sore ankle, could miss Pacers clash

Miami superstar LeBron James is nursing a sore left ankle and could miss the NBA champion Heat`s Wednesday showdown with current Eastern Conference leaders Indiana on Wednesday.

Deadly tornadoes, storms hit US Midwest; 6 killed

Powerful tornadoes struck US Midwest on Sunday killing at least six people and injuring hundreds others with the death toll reportedly expected to rise further.

Billboard shows Barack Obama with Hitler moustache

A video billboard was seen in an Indiana shopping centre featuring US President Barack Obama sporting an Adolf Hitler moustache, accompanied by a message that read, `Impeach Obama`.

Two Sikhs shot dead in US; Indian-Americans in shock

The local Indian American community was in shock as a vigil was held outside Saleh`s Market in Elkhart, Indiana, where two Sikh men were shot and killed.

NBA: Indiana Pacers beat Houston Rockets 100-91

Roy Hibbert scored a game-high 28 points to lead the Indiana Pacers to a 100-91 victory over the Houston Rockets in the NBA league.

Plane crashes in Indiana neighborhood, 2 killed

Two people were killed on Sunday when the plan in which they were travelling suffered a technical fault and reportedly crashed in northern Indiana neighborhood.

`Republicans to hold House of Representatives`

The Republican party will keep its majority in the US House of Representatives, the lower house of the US Congress, several US television networks projected.

Feds find more coerced sex victims of US man

Richard Finkbiner told some of his online victims that he intended to amass the largest collection of amateur pornography in the world.

Friend of India Richard Lugar loses Senate race

Indiana Senator Richard Lugar, a known friend of India in the Congress who played a key role in passage of the civil nuclear deal during Bush Administration, has lost the primary Senate elections in his state.