Maxwell, who lived for years with Epstein, allegedly facilitated his crimes by helping him 'recruit, groom, and ultimately abuse' girls as young as 14.
India has little choice but to ally with democratic nations as China openly demonstrates imperialistic designs under world's watch
While America repositions itself, the ASEAN bloc is coming to the realisation that each of its 10 members may not be individually able to confront China’s aggrandising ambitions in the South China Sea.
Donald Trump signs executive order authorising up to 10 years in prison for damaging federal property after Washington protesters try to tear down statue
The order calls on the attorney general to prosecute to the fullest extent of the law any person or group that destroys or vandalises a monument, memorial or statue, authorising a penalty of up to 10 years in prison
NSO has long maintained that its products cannot target US phone numbers, though some cybersecurity experts have disputed that.
More than a dozen Saudi military trainees to be expelled from US after deadly shooting at Florida naval base: Report
This was prompted by the deadly 6 December shooting by a Saudi Air Force officer at an American naval base in Florida, CNN reported on Saturday
Apple said in a statement that it had given the FBI all the data “in our possession” related to the Pensacola case when it was asked a month ago.
Bhima Koregaon case: ‘No damaged hard disk recovered from Varavara Rao’s home in 2018,’ lawyers counter police claim of seeking FBI help to decipher data
The defence in the Elgar Parishad-Maoist links case claimed on Wednesday that no damaged hard disk was ever recovered from Telugu poet and activist Varavara Rao's residence by the Pune police last year
Saudi gunman tweeted against US shortly before naval base shooting, accused country of being 'anti-Muslim'
Authorities believe the gunman made social media posts criticizing the US under a user handle similar to his name
Indian-American student sexually assaulted, strangled to death in Chicago; accused arrested, charged with first-degree murder
A 19-year-old Indian-American student was sexually assaulted and then strangled to death in Chicago, police said about a brutal murder that has shocked the community in the US.
Donald Trump impeachment inquiry: William B Taylor Jr displayed a demeanour Democrats hoped Robert Mueller had exhibited
With a more-in-sadness-than-anger tone, William B Taylor Jr told lawmakers that in decades of public service under administrations of both parties, he had never seen any president warp foreign policy for his own personal advantage the way Donald Trump tried to do.
Saudi Arabia's King Salman hosts CIA chief day after US charges three people for spying on Twitter users critical to royal family
Saudi Arabia's King Salman hosted the Central Intelligence Agency's director Thursday, state media said, after three people were charged in the United States with spying on Twitter users critical of the royal family
Three charged in US with spying on Twitter users for Saudi Arabia's royal family; two accused were former employees of social media company
Two former Twitter employees and a third man were charged in San Francisco Federal Court Wednesday with spying on Twitter users critical of the Saudi royal family, the US Justice Department announced
Activists believe the FBI is currently collecting biometric data of at least 640 million adults in the United States.
Day One of US-China trade talks: Donald Trump hails 'very good negotiations', businesses remain optimistic
The mood surrounding the talks had soured earlier this week when the US government blacklisted 28 Chinese public security bureaus, technology and surveillance firms, including video surveillance gear maker Hikvision, over allegations of abuses of Muslim minorities in China.
Russian Anti-Doping Agency CEO Yuri Ganus expects 'significant restrictions' from WADA over allegations of data tampering
If WADA rules it's yet another Russian doping cover-up of data which was supposedly secure in the Russian state's custody new rules could mean tougher sanctions than ever before
Boeing has said it plans to conduct a certification test flight in the “September time frame” but Boeing Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg did not give a specific date when asked last week.
It's unclear exactly how the creation of fake social media accounts would work given policies of these platforms.
Jeffrey Epstein death: Two guards suspended and warden removed over alleged suicide of high-profile detainee
The warden of the high-security New York prison where convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein apparently committed suicide has been temporarily reassigned and two guards put on leave