WASHINGTON: US Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke acknowledged the risks of the Fed’s low interest-rate policy Wednesday but warned that tightening policy now could stall the US recovery. Read More →
WASHINGTON: A video of US senator John McCain complaining to Apple CEO Tim Cook about the need to update apps on his iPhone has gone viral, as it seems to be a sentiment many consumers share. Read More →
WASHINGTON : A sweeping overhaul of the US immigration system took a major step toward viability when a Senate panel gave bipartisan approval to a landmark bill offering a path to citizenship for millions. Read More →
SINGAPORE: The family of a US scientist found hanged last year in Singapore walked out of a coroner’s inquiry into his death Tuesday, saying they had “lost faith” in the proceedings. Read More →
WASHINGTON: President Barack Obama will hold his first summit with President Xi Jinping in California next month, with Sino-US relations rattled by alleged Chinese cyber spying and tensions in the Pacific. Read More →
WASHINGTON: Twenty children were among at least 91 people killed when a powerful tornado swept through an Oklahoma City suburb, tearing down blocks of homes and two schools, local officials said. Read More →
WASHINGTON: At least 51 people were killed when a powerful tornado with winds of up to 200 miles (320 kilometers) per hour pulverized an Oklahoma City suburb, hitting at least two schools and wiping out...