Washington, July 1 : The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Thursday warned that significant uncertainty over Britain' s vote to leave the European Union (EU) is likely to dampen economic growth in Britain, Europe and the rest of the world.
Washington, July 1 : US Joint Base Andrews in the US state of Maryland was briefly placed on lockdown on Thursday due to a report of an active shooter. The base later gave the all-clear.
Washington D.C., June 30 : The US Joint Base Andrews located in Maryland outside Washington D.C. is currently on lockdown amid reports of an active shooter.
Washington, June 30 : 'All clear' was sounded at the US Andrews Base, just outside of Washington, D.C., after a lockdown was ordered earlier due to "presence of an active shooter" reportedly barricaded inside the medical centre.
Washington, June 30 : US military Joint Base Andrews, just outside of Washington, DC, has been put on lockdown after an active shooter was reportedly barricaded inside the medical center.
New York, June 30 : US military Joint Base Andrews, just outside of Washington, was on Thursday put on lockdown following reports of an active shooter at a medical centre.
Islamabad, June 30 : Pakistan on Thursday hinted that negotiations on the funding of F-16 fighter jets for Islamabad may still be possible with Washington.
Washington, June 30 : Democratic Party's presumptive presidential nominee Hillary Clinton opened up a 6-point lead over Republican rival Donald Trump in the latest Fox News poll released on Wednesday evening.
Washington, June 30 : NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has captured a spectacular fireworks display in a small, nearby galaxy, which resembles a skyrocket.
Washington D.C., June 29 : Hours after the deadly attack which left 41 people dead, Istanbul's Ataturk Airport resumed its service.
New York, June 29 : Taylor Sheats, the 22-year-old who was gunned down along with her 17-year-old sister, had expressed concern about her mother owning guns and keeping them in the house.
Washington, June 30 : US Central Intelligence Agency Director John Brennan warned that the Islamic State (IS) terror group wants to conduct Istanbul airport-style attack in America.
New York, June 30 : US stocks closed higher, helped by gains in oil prices, as global markets continued to rebound from previous sharp losses after Britain's vote to leave the European Union (EU).
New York, June 30 : Oil prices rose sharply as government data showed US crude inventories dropped for a consecutive sixth week.
Washington, June 30 : US President Barack Obama has reaffirmed the solidarity of his country with Turkey following the bombing attacks on Istanbul's Ataturk International Airport.
New York, June 30 : The US dollar declined against other major currencies as investor appetite for riskier assets like British pound recovered and demand for the greenback diminished.
New York, June 30 : US stocks traded higher as global markets continued to rebound from previous sharp losses after Britain's vote to leave the European Union (EU).
Washington, June 29 : Despite strained US-Iranian ties, US Secretary of State John Kerry has praised Tehran for being "helpful" in the mission to stamp out the Islamic State terror group in Iraq.
New York, June 29 : Manufacturers of feminine hygiene products, including tampons and sanitary products, could generate vital funds for effective programmes that prevent violence against women, say researchers led by one of Indian origin.
New York, June 29 : Even as the world laments Britain's vote to leave the European Union, a new study has found that larger crowds do not always produce wiser decisions.
Washington, June 29 : The White House condemned "in the strongest possible terms" the terror attack at the Ataturk airport in Istanbul that killed at least 36 people.
New York, June 29 : The US dollar declined against most major currencies after soaring for two sessions on Britain's vote to leave the European Union.
New York, June 29 : Oil prices gained after slumping for two sessions on Britain's surprise vote to leave the European Union.
New York, June 29 : US stocks traded higher as investors saw an opportunity to buy following two-day sharp selloff after Britain's vote to leave the European Union (EU).
Washington, June 28 : Britain's decision to leave the EU has put the project of full European integration on pause, US President Barack Obama on Tuesday said.
Washington, June 28 : Concerned about accusations of increasing intimidation of American diplomats in Russia, Washington has delivered high-level complaints to Moscow, the State Department confirmed.
Washington, June 28 : Britain's decision to leave the EU has put the project of full European integration on pause, US President Barack Obama said on Tuesday.
New York, June 28 : A new Islamic State video is taunting those grieving after the Orlando mass shooting, celebrating the attack and calling for more strikes like it in San Francisco and Las Vegas. This was the second video praising the Florida massacre.
Washington, June 28 : The US has welcomed India joining as the 35th member of the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR), saying New Delhi has demonstrated "a sustained commitment to nonproliferation".
Washington, June 28 : The religious right in the US is more positive about presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump than it was a few months ago, a Gallup poll has found.
Washington, June 28 : A majority of Republican voters - 52 per cent - said they would have preferred someone else other than Donald Trump as their party's presidential nominee, a new poll has revealed.
Washington, June 28 : Both US' presumptive presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are gaining steam among their own parties, but remain unfavorable nationally, a poll issued on Monday found.
Washington, June 28 : Washington has delivered high-level complaints to Moscow about accusations of increasing intimidation of American diplomats in Russia, the State Department said.
Washington, June 28 : US space agency NASA is set to test-fire a booster for the world's most powerful rocket Space Launch System (SLS) which will power astronauts on the journey to Mars and on other deeper space missions
Washington, June 28 : Thousands of women celebrated the verdict of the US Supreme Court against a controversial Texas abortion law as the greatest victory in the past three decades.
Washington, June 28 : The Democrats on the House Select Committee released their own report to refute accusations against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for her role in the 2012 terror attack on Libya's capital Benghazi.
Havana, June 28 : Cuba's central bank and US financial institutions are enhancing cooperation that covers remittances and credit cards despite legal challenges imposed by Washington's blockade on the island.
New York, June 28 : Oil prices extended losses as the market remained volatile after Britain voted to leave the European Union in a historic referendum.
Washington, June 28 : US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew has said there is no indication that Britain's referendum to leave the European Union (EU) would lead to another financial crisis.
New York, June 28 : US stocks closed lower as Britain's vote to leave the European Union (EU) continued to weigh on the market.
New York, June 28 : The US dollar continued to climb against most major currencies after Britain voted to leave the European Union in a historic referendum.
Washington, June 27 : The US Supreme Court on Monday struck down abortion restrictions in Texas and ruled that domestic violence misdemeanour convictions are grounds to lose gun ownership rights.
Washington, June 27 : With diplomatic relations between Pakistan and the United States strained following Washington's refusal to subsidise an F-16 deal and President Barack Obama's campaign to induct India into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), Islamabad is now looking for a paid lobbyist in the U.S. capital.
Washington, June 27 : The petition calling for a second referendum on Britain's exit from the European Union (EU) which has gained more than three million signatures is under investigation by parliamentary authorities for possible manipulations.
Washington, June 27 : Fewer US voters have said that America is now safer than it was before the September 11, 2001, terror attacks, according to a new poll.
Washington, June 27 : Pakistan is looking for a paid lobbyist in the US following Washington's refusal to subsidize an F-16 deal and its support to induct India into the NSG, it was reported on Monday.
Beijing, June 27 : China and Russia have decided to deepen their ties because they are "fed up with Washington's pursuit of hegemony", a prominent Chinese daily said on Monday.
Washington, June 27 : The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has urged Britain and the European Union (EU) to reduce the risks in the wake of Britain's decision to exit the bloc.
New York, June 27 : Americans are not generally an unhappy people but parents in the US generally are not as happy as those without children, new research suggests.
New York, June 27 : New York was decked in rainbow colours as thousands marched through the city in a parade marked by gay pride celebrations and mourning for the recent Orlando massacre.
Washington, June 27 : Presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is holding a 12-point lead over her Republican rival Donald Trump as support for the latter tumbled in the past month, a poll released on Sunday showed.
Balmedie (Scotland), June 26 (ANI): Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, has changed his stance on the proposed ban on Muslims entering the United States citing that he only wants to ban those from countries with heavy terrorism.
Washington, D.C., June 26 : Kendall Jenner has sparked dating rumours with rapper AUSD AP Rocky shortly after they were spotted on a dinner date in the city of love, Paris.
Dhaka, June 25 : Stating that Washington is proud of its relationship with Bangladesh following remarkable achievements on the socio-economic front, U.S. Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Ambassador Tom Shannon said his country is looking forward to having deeper engagements with Dhaka.
Washington, June 25 : Scotland's First Minister and leader of the Scottish National Party Nicola Sturgeo has said Scotland will seek "immediate discussions" with Brussels to "protect Scotland's place in the EU" in the wake of the Brexit vote.
Washington, June 25 : She called him "most dangerous" and he dubbed her a "world class liar" and "most corrupt" as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump joined the battle of the most unpopular candidates ever sending fact-checkers scrambling for truth.
Washington, June 25 : A senior European Union leader has confirmed that the group wants Britain to start negotiations for its exit and leave the bloc as soon as possible, warning that David Cameron's decision to delay the start of negotiations until his successor is in place in October may not be acceptable.
Washington, June 25 : A former Treasury secretary has endorsed Hillary Clinton, adding his name to prominent Republican heavyweights who are backing the presumptive Democratic nominee.
Washington, June 25 : At least 23 persons were killed as heavy thunderstorms caused sudden flooding in US' West Virginia state, officials said.
Washington, June 25 : US President Barack Obama said on Friday that he is confident Britain will make "an orderly transition" out of the European Union, after the British people voted in favour of leaving the bloc.