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Judge set to sentence Ohio man who plotted US attacks

Prosecutors, who are seeking a 23-year sentence, said Mohamud wanted to travel to Texas and capture three or four soldiers and execute them.

US Army deserter Bergdahl suffers nerve damage after captivity-witness

Colonel Allen Larsen, a battalion surgeon who has examined Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl described the damage as akin to that seen in US soldiers held as Japanese prisoners of war during World War Two.


Poll finds Las Vegas shooting didn't alter opinions on gun control laws in US

The slaying of five dozen people in Las Vegas did little to change Americans’ opinions about gun laws, a poll finds. The nation is closely divided on whether restricting firearms would reduce such mass shootings or homicides, though a majority favors tighter laws as they have for several years, according to the poll from The […]

24 American personnel affected by health attack in Cuba: US

The US, early this month, had ordered the expulsion of 15 Cuban diplomats in response to Havana's "failure" to take appropriate steps to protect American officials from the health attacks in Cuba.

Donald Trump links jump in UK crime rate to terror

"Just out report: 'United Kingdom crime rises 13 per cent annually amid spread of Radical Islamic terror.' Not good, we must keep America safe!" said Donald Trump.

Indian girl goes missing in US: Working through CCTV footage; making progress, say police

Sherin Mathews vanished on October 7 after her adoptive father Wesley Mathews told police he left her outside their home at 3 am as punishment for not drinking her milk.


Police clueless on three-year-old adopted Indian girl's disappearance in US

Police are still looking for any surveillance video or information that will help show them where the family’s SUV went when it disappeared for an hour that morning. So far, tips from the public have not led to any definitive clues that could lead police to Sherin.

Cuba could stop attacks on US diplomats: White House

The mysterious attacks, which US officials initially suggested could have been carried out with some sort of covert acoustic device, have affected at least 22 US embassy staff in Havana. The last instance occurred in August.

US loan to Puerto Rico a start, but more aid to come: official

"The Community Disaster Loan cannot and does not address the recovery, rebuilding and future of Puerto Rico, which the administration intends to address with a more long-term solution in concert with the Puerto Rican government, oversight board, court and Congress," an official said.

China, Russia assure support to Pakistan after Donald Trump criticism, says report

The Express Tribune reported that Pakistan has been in contact with two veto-wielding powers – China and Russia – who have opposed the American policy of putting undue pressure on Pakistan.

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'I heard the gunshot' | Witnesses recount California shooting

At least 12 people were killed in a shooting at a bar in Thousand Oaks, California. Borderline Bar and Grill was holding its weekly event for college students.

Fire the gun or film the ultrasound? How women running for office define toughness

The 2018 election cycle in the US has been called “the year of the woman,” but Republican and Democratic female candidates have starkly different takes on what that means.