Deal or no deal? Iran nuclear talks 'may continue past deadline'
Deal or no deal? Iran nuclear talks 'may continue past deadline'

As talks continue over key sticking points, Iran nuclear deal negotiators seem posed to miss Tuesday's deadline, US officials suggest according to reports.

India, US discuss cooperation on trade to terrorism

Indian Foreign Secretary Subrahmanyam Jaishankar had a series of interactions with interlocutors in the US government on issues ranging from ease of doing business to cooperation on terrorism and climate change.

US lifts hold on military aid to Bahrain after crackdown

The United States said Monday it was resuming security aid to Bahrain`s military forces, citing "meaningful progress" on human rights four years after the kingdom`s deadly crackdown on anti-government protesters.

John Kerry says 'too early' to tell if Iran deal sealed

US Secretary of State John Kerry warned Monday it was too soon to tell if a nuclear deal with Iran is possible as he awaited the return of Iran`s foreign minister from consultations in Tehran.

Britain, US say no UN exit from Darfur

Britain and the United States said Monday it was too soon for UN peacekeepers to leave Sudan's troubled Darfur region as the Security Council extended the mission for another year.

NBCUniversal fires Donald Trump over remarks about Mexicans

NBCUniversal ended its relationship with real estate developer Donald Trump and his "Miss USA" and "Miss Universe" shows on Monday after he made derogatory comments about Mexicans when he began his run for president last week.

Germany, USA clash for final spot at Women`s World Cup
Germany, USA clash for final spot at Women`s World Cup

Germany and the United States clash in Montreal on Tuesday for the first final berth of the Women`s World Cup with champions Japan and England playing their semi-final in Edmonton on Wednesday.

Three dead after plane crashes, setting US home ablaze
Three dead after plane crashes, setting US home ablaze

A small plane crashed into a US home Sunday killing all three of the people on board, while the house`s occupants escaped a devastating blaze that erupted immediately, officials said.

'Indian-Americans provide important bridge between India, US'

The small but influential Indian-American community provides an important bridge between India and the United States, American lawmakers have said.

World's tallest cow ever dies in US

Washington, Jun 28 (PTI) The world's tallest cow ever who stood at over 6 feet 2 inches has died in the US after sustaining an irreparable leg injury, Guinness World Records has said.

Iran nuclear talks enter 'critical phase'
Iran nuclear talks enter 'critical phase'

Talks between Iran and the US enter a "critical phase" today with tensions rising just three days from a deadline to nail down a deal thwarting any Iranian nuclear arms drive.

China says changing position on South China Sea dispute would shame ancestors
China says changing position on South China Sea dispute would shame ancestors

Changing position on China`s claims over the South China Sea would shame its ancestors, while not facing up to infringements of Chinese sovereignty there would shame its children, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Saturday.

White House lit in rainbow colours after Supreme Court ruling
White House lit in rainbow colours after Supreme Court ruling

The White House is lit up in rainbow colours in commemoration of the Supreme Court's ruling to legalize same-sex marriage.

Celebrations as US Supreme Court legalises gay marriages in all states
Celebrations as US Supreme Court legalises gay marriages in all states

Surrounded by a sea of supporters on the sidewalk outside the white marble facade of the US Supreme Court on Friday, James Obergefell remembered a man who was not able to share his moment of triumph.

Newly disclosed Hillary Clinton emails may undercut her earlier claims
Newly disclosed Hillary Clinton emails may undercut her earlier claims

A batch of 15 newly disclosed Hillary Clinton emails appears to contradict her assertion last month that memos about Libya she received from an old friend while she was US secretary of state were "unsolicited."

China moves controversial oil rig back towards Vietnam coast
China moves controversial oil rig back towards Vietnam coast

China has moved an oil rig at the centre of last year`s violent dispute with Vietnam closer to Vietnam`s coast in the disputed South China Sea, just weeks ahead of the first visit by a chief of Vietnam`s Communist Party to Washington.

Atomic-bombed Hiroshima to host G7 foreign minister talks

Hiroshima will host Group of Seven foreign ministerial talks next year, Japan said Friday, paving the way for the first visit by a sitting US secretary of state to the atomic-bombed city.

China slams US human rights record in annual report
China slams US human rights record in annual report

China on Friday slammed the US for a "terrible human rights record", denouncing it for police brutality and global surveillance a day after Washington criticised Beijing`s own performance.