Watch: Dalai Lama, undergoing treatment at US hospital, greets people on Tibetan New Year

Watch: Dalai Lama, undergoing treatment at US hospital, greets people on Tibetan New Year

The Dalai Lama, who is undergoing treatment at a US hospital, has greeted Tibetans on New Year.

Minnesota man charged with planning to join Islamic State

Minnesota man charged with planning to join Islamic State

A Minnesota man was charged on Wednesday as the tenth person in an alleged conspiracy that encouraged young Somali-American men to travel overseas to join militant group Islamic State and he planned to make the trip himself, court papers showed.

NFL Players Association files Tom Brady appeal in Minnesota federal court

NFL Players Association files Tom Brady appeal in Minnesota federal court

The NFL Players Association filed an appeal Wednesday on behalf of Tom Brady in US District Court in Minnesota, hoping to vacate the New England Patriots star`s four-game "Deflate-gate" ban.

Indian-American hotelier pays USD 180,000 to settle lawsuit

An Indian-American hotelier has agreed to pay more than USD 180,000 to 200 current and former workers at his 15 hotels in North Dakota, Montana and Minnesota to settle a federal lawsuit against him.

Watch: Nature's unique spectacles in Minnesota and Netherlands

Nature's unique views in Minnesota and Netherlands. These are really wonderful.

Dallas Mavericks outlast Denver Nuggets in double overtime

Dallas Mavericks outlast Denver Nuggets in double overtime

Raymond Felton scored the winning basket with 1.5 seconds left in the second overtime as the Dallas Mavericks outlasted Denver 144-143, spoiling a 47-point performance by Nuggets` Danilo Gallinari.

Houston Rockets nab playoff berth with win over Timberwolves

Houston Rockets nab playoff berth with win over Timberwolves

The Houston Rockets secured their third straight NBA post-season berth on Friday with a 120-110 victory over Minnesota.

Houston drained a season-high 20 three-point shots, led by James Harden`s six and Jason Terry`s five.

Al Shabab video threatens attack on Mall of America, shoppers urged to remain vigilant

Al Shabab video threatens attack on Mall of America, shoppers urged to remain vigilant

In what appears to be a desperate bid by Somalia-based al Shabaab group to seek global attention, the extremist outfit has released a video threatening more Westgate mall-style attacks in the shopping malls of US, UK and Canada.

Minnesota man charged with conspiring to support Islamic State

A Minnesota man pulled off an airplane bound for Turkey last year has been indicted on charges of conspiring to support Islamic State and lying to federal agents investigating recruitment by militant groups, prosecutors said on Thursday.

Judge to consider Adrian Peterson suspension

Judge to consider Adrian Peterson suspension

Adrian Peterson said he thought he received a fair hearing Friday from a US federal judge in Minnesota who agreed to consider a lawsuit challenging his suspension from the NFL.

US charges two men over failed Gambia coup

US prosecutors have charged two men for their role in the failed December 30 coup attempt to overthrow the government of Gambia, the US Justice Department said on Monday.

Cleveland Cavaliers' centre Anderson Varejao out for season

Cleveland Cavaliers' centre Anderson Varejao out for season

Cleveland Cavaliers centre Anderson Varejao, who was injured in the third quarter of Tuesday`s game, will be out for the rest of the NBA season, the club said Wednesday.

Two US men charged with trying to support Islamic State

One of two Minnesota men accused of planning to join the Islamic State group was stopped at an airport by FBI agents before travelling to the Middle East, but the other man slipped by authorities, according to a criminal complaint unsealed.

Essar Group ties up funds for $1.8-bn Minnesota iron project

Essar Steel Monday said it has concluded the financing for the construction of its $1.8 billion, 7-million-tonne iron pellet project in Minnesota that also includes open-pit mining, crushing and processing of the ore.

Japan insists no mystery behind skulls at US consulate

Japan`s Foreign Ministry on Friday insisted there was no mystery behind human skulls stored at its consulate in Chicago for three months, saying officials were checking if they were the remains of WWII soldiers.

Tanaka improves to 8-1 as Yankees beat Twins

Masahiro Tanaka struck out nine and scattered four hits while allowing only an unearned run as the New York Yankees beat Minnesota 3-1 Saturday, improving the Japanese pitcher`s record to 8-1.

Former MVP, Tony Parker sidelined due to back sprain

San Antonio Spurs point-guard Tony Parker has been sidelined due to a back sprain and will miss the NBA team`s upcoming away fixtures.

Parker goes on injury list with back sprain

Guard Tony Parker is suffering from a back sprain that will keep him from joining the San Antonio Spurs on their upcoming road trip, the National Basketball Association team announced Monday.

Indian priest faces deportation for molesting girl in US

An Indian-origin priest has been sentenced to 25 years of supervised probation and faces deportation for sexually molesting a 12-year-old girl in the US state of Minnesota, local media reported.

Del Potro to undergo wrist surgery

Juan Martin del Potro will undergo surgery Monday on his troublesome left wrist after a visit to his US doctors in Minnesota, the player announced.