Kentucky Republican Rand Paul has been elected to the U.S. Senate,riding tea party support and strong criticism of President Barack Obama to victory.
Republican Dan Coats will return to the U.S. Senate from Indiana after leaving the chamber a decade ago to work as a lobbyist.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is going back to Congress.
Sources said objective of New Delhi from this visit is to 'consolidate the progress achieved'.
Faisal Shahzad pleaded guilty 100 times to plotting the botched Times Square bombing this May.
Teachings of Jesus Christ inspired the kind of life I would want to lead,says the US president.
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad evoked US government involvement in the September 11 attacks.
An American believed to be the world's oldest man is celebrating his 114th birthday.
Assange is under investigation after two Swedish women separately accused him of rape and molestation.
BP began capturing some oil spewing from its ruptured Gulf of Mexico well on Friday as President Barack Obama warned the company against skimping on compensation to residents and businesses hurt by the 46-day-old spill.
Facebook has disabled an account under the name of Osama Bin Laden,which posted extremist Islamic content and had garnered over 1,000 'fans'.
A Sikh advocacy group announced on Tuesdat to organise a Sikh Summit here in May.
The bill would ban junk food sales in US schools and instead boost healthy school lunch
Richard Holbrooke on Wednesday rubbished Pakistan's attempt to link the Kashmir issue with the American approach to stabilise Afghanistan.
The Afghan immigrant who pleaded guilty to plotting a suicide bomb attack on New York City subways with al Qaeda training did so after federal investigators threatened to jail his mother for an immigration offense.
Americans are the laziest people on the planet,according to a new survey.
In his speech,Obama challenged the nation's students to take pride and ownership in their education.
Sixteen people were indicted and hundreds of pounds of cocaine seized in a sting against Mexico's notorious Sinaloa drug cartel,California Attorney General Jerry Brown said.
The recession has delivered a disproportionate blow to blacks and Hispanics,yet minorities are more optimistic.
Mexico's swine flu outbreak appeared to be easing on Saturday with a decrease in serious cases. But world health officials warned the unpredictable virus could still become a pandemic.
Backed with their safe haven in Pak,drug money and foreign donations,Al Qaeda and the Taliban have been able to demonstrate considerable resilience,a top US General said.
A gunman was holding five crew members on a commercial jet in Jamaica after all passengers on the aircraft were released,authorities said.
After sealing nuclear fuel supply deals with Russia and France,India is very close to inking a similar agreement with Canada.
The Obamas are yet to bring home a new puppy,but the President's elder daughter Sasha has already chosen a name.