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Houston police: No injuries amid reports of hospital gunfire

"I am confident if there was a threat, that threat is not present here now." Police said.

Anne Frank wasn’t betrayed? New study casts doubt on how Nazi army captured the Holocaust victim

Director of Anne Frank House museum, said that new research by the museum "illustrates that other scenarios should also be considered.''

Carly Fiorina gives it back to Donald Trump at second GOP debate

Carly Fiorina had a classic response to Donald Trump's earlier comments at her looks

America diary: Nawaz Sharif faces flak for missing Malala speech

The word is out in Pakistan that instead of schmoozing with world leaders, making new friends and influencing people, Sharif was spending all his time in a cocoon of favourite friends and food.

PM Modi to Obama: need to shift from ‘negative climate, stress on caps’

Climate change was the main focus of the third Obama-Modi bilateral meeting in a year, with just two months to go for Conference on Protocol 21, the climate change meeting in Paris.

Obama-Modi bilateral meeting: On the table, terrorism, UN reforms

Modi reiterated to President Obama that terrorism was a global phenomenon and that the time had come for the UN to adopt the comprehensive convention on countering terrorism.

11-year-old boy in US helps mom deliver baby at home

The boy called 911 and the emergency operator instructed him on what to do to keep the newborn safe and warm until help could arrive

‘She got schlonged’: Trump uses vulgar jibes to describe Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential race

A Ipsos poll released on Monday found that Trump would lose to Clinton in a hypothetical head-to-head contest if the presidential election were held now.

California attack being investigated as act of terror: FBI

The FBI acknowledges knowing little about Tashfeen Malik. Those who attended mosque with her husband, Syed Farook, said they know nearly nothing of her.

14 killed in California shooting rampage, Muslim advocacy group names Syed Farook as suspect

As the manhunt went on, stores, office buildings and at least one school were locked down in the city of 214,000 people about 60 miles (96 kilometers) east of Los Angeles, and roads were blocked off.

UN overwhelmingly condemns US embargo on Cuba, US votes ‘No’

The vote was the first since the U.S. and Cuban leaders agreed to restore diplomatic ties last December, and the U.S. had considered taking the unprecedented step of abstaining.

World would be better place if Saddam, Kadhafi still in power: Donald Trump

Trump also told CNN's "State of the Union" talk show that the Middle East "blew up" around Obama and Hillary Clinton, his biggest Democratic rival in the race for the White House.