Sony Pictures CEO says had no choice but to pull 'The Interview'

Sony Pictures Entertainment chief executive and chairman Michael Lynton said on Friday that the Hollywood studio did not make a mistake in pulling satirical film "The Interview" after a cyberattack blamed on North Korea.

Obama presses for tough 'open Internet' rules

US President Barack Obama voiced support Monday for "free and open Internet" rules to protect against putting online services that don`t pay extra fees into a "slow lane."

Asia-Pacific rebalance to remain top priority for Obama

Ahead of President Obama's sixth trip to the Asia-Pacific region and his second this year one of his top aide has said the "Asia-Pacific rebalance" is going to be the top foreign policy priority of the Administration in the remaining two years.

White House and Republican leadership spar on immigration

Within days of Republicans gaining hold of the US Congress, the White House and Grand Old Party leadership appeared to be headed for confrontation over the crucial immigration reforms.

Obama praises Supreme Court's gay marriage orders

President Barack Obama says the US Supreme Court's recent gay marriage orders may have the biggest impact of any ruling of his presidency.

Obama reviews strategy against ISIS

US President Barack Obama has reviewed his strategy in Iraq and Syria and discussed the assessed impact of coalition air strikes against the Islamic State (IS) in both countries, the White House said.

Obama, Modi meet reflects depth of strong Indo-US ties: WH

Meeting between US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi reflects the "depth of strong relationship" between the two democracies of the world and their leaders, the White House has said.

White House breach `unacceptable`: Secret Service chief

The US Secret Service chief faced withering criticism Tuesday from lawmakers outraged over security breaches at the White House, as she pledged to revamp the agency to prevent an embarrassing repeat.

Highlights of Obama-Modi meet at White House

Here are 10 highlights of Obama-Modi meet at White House.

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PM Modi begins US visit, reveals India's plans, strategy

Asserting that there is a "high tide of hope for change" in India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the country will be open and friendly for business and ideas to make it a new global manufacturing hub.

PM Modi's US visit: Men behind his schedule planning

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a packed schedule during his Sep 26-30 visit to the US.

Watch: Narendra Modi's last interview in America 15 years ago

In his last interview in the United States as the then BJP general secretary, Narendra Modi talked about the BJP's agenda for the 1999 Lok Sabha elections,Atal Bihari Vajpayee government, the Kargil War and Congress chief Sonia Gandhi.

DNA: Tiger kills a man in Delhi Zoo; security loopholes exposed

A white tiger killed a man in Delhi Zoo after the latter fell into the animal's cage on Tuesday.

PM Modi's fast during US visit to affect grand preparations

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will keep Navratri fast during his visit to the US. But it surely will affect the grand preparations going on at the Whitehouse. With Zee News waiting for PM Modi in New York, the viewers will be informed about all the latest in PM Modi's US visit.

DNA: PM Modi to keep Navratri fast during US visit

PM Narendra Modi will keep Navratri fast during his visit to the US. Modi keeps fast for all the nine days with only drinking water with a strict adherence to yoga, meditation and puja at the dusk.

Work on coalition against ISIL is an ongoing process: Earnest

The Obama Administration's efforts to build an international coalition against Islamic State militants is an ongoing process and there is no timeline for it, the White House said on Monday.

Modi, Obama's similar success tales

The maiden meeting between Obama and Modi on September 29 and would help the two leaders better. But what all do they have in common? Watch it here...

UN declares Ebola threat to world peace and security, launches mission to combat disease

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New Delhi: The UN Security Council on Thursday declared the Ebola outbreak as 'a threat to international peace and security'.

American doctor cured of Ebola meets Obama

An American doctor cured of Ebola met President Barack Obama Tuesday, as the US leader hammered out a strategy to curtail the deadly epidemic ravaging west Africa.