Snowden rightfully charged in courts, says US

Rejecting allegations of political vendetta, the US has said Edward Snowden is rightfully charged by its courts for espionage and leaking classified information.

US court hands 103-yr term to Jewish counsellor for sex abuse

Nechemya Weberman was convicted in December on 59 counts, including of sustained sexual abuse of a child, endangering the welfare of a child and sexual abuse.

Its up to US courts to decide on Headley access: Mansingh

India should respect American
legal system`s rights to decide what form of access they would
like to give to quiz terror suspect David Headley in 26/11
case, former Foreign Secretary Lalit Mansingh said on Monday.

India asks US authorities not to take action against Satyam

India has requested authorities in the United States not to take any action against scam-hit Satyam as it would amount to punishing shareholders of the IT company for a second time.

Iraq to support Blackwater lawsuit in US courts

: Iraq plans to support a lawsuit in US courts filed by victims of a 2007 shooting in which guards for private US security firm Blackwater gunned down Iraqi civilians, the government spokesman said on Sunday.