Washington/IBNS: The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Thursday issued an order approving SpaceX's request to deploy an additional 7,500 Starlink satellites.
Washignton: The United States has designated two leaders of al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) and two of the Tehrik i Taliban Pakistan (TTP) movement in Afghanistan as global terrorists, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said.
Billionaire Elon Musk has said he would back Florida governor Ron DeSantis of the Republican Party if he contested the 2024 US presidential elections, media reports said.
Washington/IBNS: A Walmart employee Tuesday shot dead six people at a store in US's Virginia bustling with Thanksgiving holiday shoppers, before killing himself, police said Wednesday.
Colorado Springs: At least five people were killed in a mass shooting incident at a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs region of the US on Saturday, media reports said.
Washington/UNI: In a blow to US President Joe Biden, Republicans have secured the 218 seats needed for a majority in the lower chamber of the Congress a week after the midterm elections, BBC reported.
Washington/IBNS: US President Joe Biden Monday raised objections to China’s "coercive and increasingly aggressive actions toward Taiwan" which according to him undermine peace and stability across the strait in his first face-to-face meeting with Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping.
Six people, all crew members, are feared dead in a mid-air collision between two aircraft at an air show on Saturday at Texas's Dallas Executive Airport, media reports said.
Washington: Taiwan is expected to top the agenda when US President Joe Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping meet next week, media reports say.
A close contest prevails in the battle for the Senate with the Democrats being projected to win the key Pennsylvania state as the results for the US midterm elections are coming out on Wednesday.
Washington: Debris of a Chinese rocket booster plunged uncontrolled back to Earth on Friday morning, attracting criticism from the US government.
Washington/UNI: US Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with his French, German and UK counterparts in Germany on Friday, State Department spokesperson Ned Price said.
London/UNI: North Korea is deliberately ramping up tensions with its neighbours. analysts think it is building to something bigger, such as a nuclear test, or a full long-range ballistic missile test out into the Pacific, or both, the BBC said.
Washington: Two Chinese nationals have been charged with paying thousands of dollars in cash and jewellery to obstruct a federal investigation into a major telecommunications company.
Washington: An 80-year-old man was arrested by the police after he illegally parked on the grounds of the US Capitol in Washington and three guns were found from his possession.