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Pakistani man sentenced in US for trying to export military equipment

A Pakistani man was sentenced on Thursday to 33 months in a US prison for attempting to export military equipment for the Pakistani military without a license, the US Justice Department said.

NASA shares breathtaking view of Lake Powell from Space Station's EarthKAM

NASA shares breathtaking view of Lake Powell from Space Station's EarthKAM

The US space agency NASA has released a beautiful picture of Lake Powell.

No laughing matter: WATCH national anthem blunder at Copa America Centenario

No laughing matter: WATCH national anthem blunder at Copa America Centenario

Uruguayans are the proud 15-time champions of South America, a continent which still continues to dominate the world football despite the presence of European powerhouses.

Google hiring drivers to test its 'driverless' cars

Google hiring drivers to test its 'driverless' cars

 Google is hiring 'vehicle safety specialists' and operation associates who will be required to sit behind the wheels of its driverless cars and ready to intervene only if anything goes wrong.

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Google to pay drivers $20 per hour to test its self-driving cars

Google to pay drivers $20 per hour to test its self-driving cars

With internet giant Google about to test its self driving car in Arizona, United States, the company is hiring local drivers at USD 20 per hour.

Training computers to fathom human languages

While mastering natural language is easier for humans, it is something that computers have not yet been able to achieve. Humans understand language through a variety of ways, for example by referring to a dictionary or by associating it with words in the same sentence in a meaningful manner.

Beware, non-vegetarians! Meat consumption raises mortality rates

As per a new study, people who consume meat could possibly live shorter lives than people who predominantly consume vegetarian food.

Arizona teen charged for exposing self in school photo

A US teen is facing multiple counts of indecent exposure after school officials in an Arizona town discovered he had exposed himself in a football team picture that was published in his school's yearbook.

Trump, Clinton clinch victory in Arizona but slip in Utah

Trump, Clinton clinch victory in Arizona but slip in Utah

Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton Wednesday knocked down another barrier by winning in Arizona presidential primaries but the frontrunners lost out in Utah to their nearest party rivals who kept their chances alive as the race to the White House gathered steam.

Two teens shot at high school in Phoenix suburb, police say

The incident occurred in an isolated area of the school campus, Glendale police Sergeant David Vidaure said in a statement.  

F-16 fighter jet crashes on training mission; pilot safe

An Air Force team will investigate the cause of the crash. Officials say the F-16 was part of the 54th Fighter Group at the base in Arizona.

1 dead, 1 injured in skydiving accident in Arizona

A reserve parachute was flying properly but encountered turbulence during the landing.

Arizona police nab suspect in highway shootings

Police in the southwestern US state of Arizona said late Friday that they caught a suspect in a spate of shootings targeting motorists on a busy freeway.

"We got him!" read a tweet from Arizona Governor Doug Ducey.

California highway collapse injures two

Two people were injured after an elevated section of a highway in southern California collapsed late Sunday amid heavy rainfall, officials said.

The two injured were harmed when their vehicle went over the side of the road as it gave way.

F-16 jet crashes in Arizona: US military

F-16 jet crashes in Arizona: US military

 A US F-16 fighter jet crashed late Wednesday in Arizona, reportedly rupturing a gas line and sparking a large fire, officials said.

US military jet crashes in Arizona

A US military plane crashed late Wednesday in Arizona, reportedly rupturing a gas line and sparking a large fire, officials said.

American soldier found dead at US Army base in South Korea

A US soldier attached to an intelligence battalion in Japan has died during training exercises in South Korea, the US military said in a statement on Thursday.

US man stung up to 1,000 times by bees survives

A man in the US is recovering in the hospital after he was attacked by as many as 50,000 bees when he accidentally tore into a massive five-foot-tall beehive.

Lark Voorhies' new husband wanted by police in Arizona

 An arrest warrant has been issued for "Saved by the Bell" star Lark Voorhies' husband following the 2012 incident in which he allegedly threatened a store owner in Arizona.

Arizona 'Flintstones' theme park up for sale

"Flintstones" fans with a few million dollars now have a chance to rule over the town of Bedrock and own a page right out of history.