US rejects invitation to Russia-led talks on Afghanistan, says discussion 'unlikely to yield progress'
Russia said that the Taliban will be joining the 4 talks in Moscow, along with representatives of several neighbouring countries. It will be one of the insurgent group's biggest diplomatic forays since the 2001 US-led invasion of Afghanistan.
VS Naipaul, with his rage and flaws, will be remembered for unflinching honesty, mastery of language
VS Naipaul's was an all-encompassing rage: he raged against half-formed societies; he raged against public defecation; he raged against the colonisers and he raged against the colonised.
You can watch videos and read other tweets at the same time on Twitter.
Several high-profile users were set to experience a drop in the number of their followers on Twitter
'No big changes' in H-1B visa, says US Deputy Chief of Mission Carlson amid plan to overhaul the immigration system
There have been "no big changes" in the H-1B programme and "nothing new" on the H-4 visa policy, the US said on Wednesday, amid the Trump administration's plan to overhaul the immigration system.
The deal could include China removing tariffs on imported US agricultural products, as well as buying more American farm goods.
US Senate is set to vote as early as next week on whether to reject the FCC repeal of the net neutrality rules - but that effort faces an uphill battle.
The Trump administration is planning to end allowing spouses of H1-B visa holders to work legally in the United States (US), a top federal agency official has told lawmakers, a move that could have a devastating impact on tens of thousands of Indians.
Russian probe, Stormy Daniels and more: Tempests buffeting White House now threaten to engulf Donald Trump
Tempests like the Russia collusion probe, Stormy Daniels allegations and tensions with Moscow have merged into a threatening maelstrom for Donald Trump
Barack Obama says North Korea's diplomatic isolation minimises possible leverage in denuclearisation talks
Former president Barack Obama said that negotiations with North Korea on its nuclear weapons programme are difficult, partly because the country's isolation minimises possible leverage
Trump, reacting to comments Biden made about him earlier in the week at an anti-sexual assault rally, tweeted Thursday: "Crazy Joe Biden is trying to act like a tough guy. Actually, he is weak, both mentally and physically, and yet he threatens me, for the second time, with physical assault.
Obama recently appeared on Netflix as the first invitee on David Letterman's new interview series, “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction”.
Washington DC becomes the first US state to set its own net neutrality rules after FCC repealed the Obama-era ruling
While several states introduced similar measures this year seeking to protect net neutrality, so far only Oregon and Washington have passed legislation
The Weinstein Company Board of Directors confirmed the deal late on Thursday, saying it "provides a clear path for compensation for victims and protects the jobs of our employees."
US wants to privatise International Space Station as White House seeks to end its funding, says report
Could the International Space Station become a commercial venture run by private industry? That is the wish of the White House, which hopes to end funding for the costly programme within a few years.
State of the Union 2018: Donald Trump mixes self-congratulation with warnings about gangs, drugs and violent immigrants
Donald Trump's address blended self-congratulation and calls for optimism amid a growing economy with ominous warnings.
Therefore, if NASA plans to explore the moon, it would become difficult for it to fund ISS.
The Trump administration has proposed spending $18 billion over 10 years to significantly extend the border wall with Mexico, providing one of its most detailed blueprints of how the president hopes to carry out a signature campaign pledge
FCC chairman Ajit Pai's asinine video features him in a Santa costume, borders on mocking net neutrality supporters
To drive this false promise of free and fair internet home, FCC chairman Ajit Pai released what can only be called a cringe-inducing video on conservative site The Daily Caller.
Former US president Barack Obama has urged American voters to remain engaged, using the example of Nazi Germany as a cautionary tale about the dangers of complacency.