US bluntly tells Pak to act on terror safe havens

In a blunt message, the US has asked Pakistan to intensify efforts to counter terrorist sanctuaries inside its borders and take concrete steps against the dreaded Haqqani network responsible for major attacks on American installations in Afghanistan.

Father of slain US journalist to do `whatever it takes` to end gun violence

The parents of a young US journalist who was murdered on live television along with her cameraman say they will dedicate their energies to fighting gun violence in America.

Satire website publishes article on Osama bin Laden being alive and quotes Edward Snowden
Satire website publishes article on Osama bin Laden being alive and quotes Edward Snowden

It may be a little difficult to believe but Edward Snowden has claimed that Osama bin Laden was still alive.

Richest terrorist group Islamic State, is now minting gold coins?
Richest terrorist group Islamic State, is now minting gold coins?

In its latest propaganda video, the Islamic State which has already been branded as the richest terror organisation in history, claims to have started its own currency by minting gold coins.

Katrina anniversary: New Orleans mourns dead, celebrates life
Katrina anniversary: New Orleans mourns dead, celebrates life

 New Orleans remembered the dead and celebrated its painstaking comeback from disaster on Saturday, a decade after Hurricane Katrina ripped through the "Big Easy" leaving devastation and chaos in its wake.

Obama lauds New Orleans' progress since Katrina, says more to be done

President Barack Obama on Thursday heralded the progress New Orleans has made rebuilding since Hurricane Katrina battered the area 10 years ago but said more needed to be done to overcome poverty and inequality.

US and South Korea troops stage massive live-dire drill

South Korean and US troops staged their biggest-ever joint live-fire drill on Friday, including a simulated mechanised assault deep into North Korean territory, just days after the two Koreas ended a tense military standoff.

Donald Trump lead grows, Hillary Clinton slips: Poll
Donald Trump lead grows, Hillary Clinton slips: Poll

Billionaire Donald Trump extended his lead yet again atop the Republican presidential field, with front-running Democrat Hillary Clinton slipping and Vice President Joe Biden faring better than her against Republicans, poll results revealed Thursday.

US to deploy heavy weapons to Poland in 2016

 Poland`s defence minister said Thursday the US would deploy heavy weapons to the EU member next year, as regional tensions run high over Russia and the conflict in Ukraine. 

US TV gunman warned he was `human powder keg`
US TV gunman warned he was `human powder keg`

The gunman -- Vester Lee Flanagan, 41, also known as Bryce Williams -- posted chilling footage of Wednesday's murder in Virginia online.

FBI warns US art dealers about antiquities looted from Syria, Iraq
FBI warns US art dealers about antiquities looted from Syria, Iraq

The FBI on Wednesday urged art dealers in the United States to be careful when buying antiquities from the Middle East, saying there is evidence collectors have recently been offered artifacts plundered by Islamic State fighters in Syria and Iraq.

Gunman kills police officer, mayor's sister in US' Louisiana state

A gunman killed a police officer and fatally stabbed a woman while injuring two others today in Sunset suburb in southeastern US state of Louisiana.

US plans more Asia-Pacific drills to counter China reclamation

The United States plans to increase the number of military and humanitarian drills it conducts in the Asia-Pacific as part of a new strategy to counter China`s rapid expansion in the South China Sea, the Philippine military said on Wednesday.

Saudi Arabia holding main suspect in 1996 Khobar bombing: Newspaper

The main suspect in the 1996 bombing of the Khobar Towers residence at a U.S. military base in Saudi Arabia has been captured after nearly 20 years on the run, a Saudi-owned newspaper reported on Wednesday.

South Korea, US say North military easing off war-footing

The North Korean military is slowly easing its battle-readiness posture, South Korean and US officials said Wednesday after Seoul and Pyongyang secured a deal allowing them to step back from the brink of an armed clash.

Watch- How Donald Trump snubbed a TV anchor, had him out of press conference
Watch- How Donald Trump snubbed a TV anchor, had him out of press conference

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, known for being bluntly outspoken, is once again in news for having ejected a well-known anchor of leading Spanish-language network from his press conference.

'Green-on-blue' attack? Men in Afghan uniform kill two NATO soldiers
'Green-on-blue' attack? Men in Afghan uniform kill two NATO soldiers

 Two men in Afghan military uniforms shot dead two NATO soldiers on a base in the country`s south on Wednesday, the coalition said.

US judge orders temporary halt to Mississippi executions

A federal judge has temporarily blocked the state of Mississippi from using two drugs in executions, shutting down the death penalty in the state for now.

Turkey, US ink deal on joint military operations against IS

Turkey and the US have concluded "technical talks" on military operations and sealed a deal against the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Tuesday.

US to deploy F-22 Raptor fighter jets in Europe

The United States soon will deploy F-22 Raptors in Europe, sending the stealth fighter jets to reassure NATO partners concerned about Russia's actions in Ukraine, a Pentagon official has said .