Morgan, who has scored 107 goals in 169 international appearances for the United States, was unable to say how long she would be at the club.
At a congressional hearing on Wednesday, Democrats on the House Foreign Affairs Committee accused the state department’s top lawyer and the assistant secretary overseeing weapons sales of negligence on civilian deaths and of covering up the legal risks.
IPL 2020: Ali Khan set to become first USA cricketer in league after KKR name pacer as Harry Gurney’s replacement
Khan was part of the Trinbago Knight Riders' squad which remained unbeaten on the way to their CPL title win on Thursday.
SAI has approved Vikas' training in the US till 30 November and also sanctioned Rs 17.5 lakh for the stint.
CDS General Bipin Rawat warns Pakistan against any 'misadventure' amid India's border row with China
Rawat said the country faces the most "complex threats and challenges" spanning the full spectrum of conflict from nuclear to sub-conventional
The politics of mask making and wearing: From Uighur Muslims' forced labour, to the 'freedom' of anti-maskers
A piece of cloth that is stitched under forced labour, that has witnessed the extremes of human freedom being trampled upon, travels to a country where an anti-mask movement rages on
At a time when experts have come forward to encourage more widespread testing, the CDC’s update appears counterintuitive and “very strange.”
Benjamin Netanyahu's office said he opposed the sale of F-35s and other weapons to any country in West Asia, including Arab countries that have peace agreements with Israel
The vaccine race comes at a time when Washington is already engaging in a new debate over how to recalibrate relations between the two powers after the election
MLB returned to action this weekend with a flourish of highs and lows as the sport attempts to play a 60-game regular season amid a coronavirus pandemic still plaguing much of the United States.
Many Republican lawmakers have grown exasperated with the administration’s conflicting messages, the open warfare within Donald Trump’s staff and the president’s demands that states reopen faster or risk punishment from the federal government
Donald Trump administration mulls sweeping travel ban on Chinese Communist Party members, their families
While the president and his strategists have been intent on portraying him as tough on China for reelection purposes, Trump has vacillated wildly in both his language and actions.
Bizarre, big mistake': Anthony Fauci, top US disease expert, on White House's effort to discredit him
Fauci has come under criticism from President Donald Trump and some of his Republican allies after cautioning against reopening the US economy too soon.
US considering additional actions against China on Hong Kong's new security law, COVID-19, says White House
US and China have sparred recently over China's imposition of new national security law in Hong Kong, treatment of Uighurs, and Beijing's handling of coronavirus
How America lost the war on COVID-19: Policy of trading deaths for jobs and political gain backfired
I don’t think any other advanced country has a comparable number of people who respond with rage when asked to wear a mask in a supermarket, writes economist and Nobel laureate Paul Krugman
The United States played a central role in creating the WHO in 1948, and has since been one of its largest sources of financial support. The biennial budget for the WHO is about $6 billion
WADA produced a 46-page rebuttal to the ONDCP’s 19-page report, Witold urging Carroll to make the necessary corrections and deliver the updated version to Congress and to let him know when done.
Donald Trump tells news channel he will announce new restrictions on visas for foreign workers in two days
Asked if there would be exclusions from the new restrictions, Trump said very few.
AMC to reopen 450 US theatres on 15 July, will adopt four-phase approach to increase limited seating capacity
AMC plans to operate at full capacity in Phase 4, expected around Thanksgiving.
Donald Trump administration takes steps to stop release of former NSA John Bolton's book, claims it contains 'classified information'
The Trump administration has sued former national security adviser John Bolton to stop the publication of a book that the White House says contains classified information.