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Indian sentenced to death for double murder in the US

Oct 15, 2014

Indian sentenced to death for double murder in the US

Yandamuri, who worked for a division of eBay Inc in Philadelphia, killed a baby and her grandmother in October 2012 as part of a kidnapping scheme #NewsTracker #Capital punishment #Death Penalty #ransom #Murder #Pennsylvania #kidnapping #Raghunandan Yandamuri #First Degree Murder
White House intruder had machete, 800 rounds of ammunition in car

Sep 23, 2014

White House intruder had machete, 800 rounds of ammunition in car

Investigators found more than 800 rounds of ammunition, a machete and two hatchets in the car of the former soldier accused of scaling the White House fence and sprinting inside while carrying a knife, a US prosecutor said on Monday. #World #White House #Barack Obama #NewsTracker #Bill Clinton #Secret Services #Pennsylvania Avenue
U.S. judge strikes down Pennsylvania law barring gay marriage

May 21, 2014

U.S. judge strikes down Pennsylvania law barring gay marriage

HARRISBURG Pa. (Reuters) - Pennsylvania's ban on same-sex marriage was struck down by a federal judge on Tuesday in the latest court decision in the United States confirming gay couples' rights to wed. Finding Pennsylvania's 1996 Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional, U.S #United States #China #Japan #Technology #Middle East #Argentina #United Kingdom #Pennsylvania
US A1 visa remark resolves Modi controversy

May 14, 2014

US A1 visa remark resolves Modi controversy

Continuing to maintain silence on granting a visa to BJP leader Narendra Modi, US has said the heads of state and government are eligible for A1 visas and no individual automatically qualifies for an American visa. #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #NDA #University of Pennsylvania #Jen Psaki #A1 visa
KKK neighborhood watch proposal makes Pennsylvania townsfolk uneasy

May 01, 2014

KKK neighborhood watch proposal makes Pennsylvania townsfolk uneasy

GETTYSBURG Pa. (Reuters) - When a Missouri-based Ku Klux Klan affiliate dropped leaflets on residents' lawns in a southern Pennsylvania township to announce the start of a neighborhood watch, the idea of a hate group patrolling their neighborhoods made many townspeople uneasy. But researchers from the Anti-Defamation League and Southern Policy Law Center who study the group contend the Klan's move over the last few weeks may have been more flash than substance, a last-gasp bid for relevancy by the 150-year-old white supremacist group in a nation that is leaving its movement behind. #Business #facebook #China #Brazil #Technology #Russia #Argentina #Pennsylvania