The man accused of shooting two Indian techies and an American at a bar in Kansas last week had his first court appearance through video conference
Former US President George W. Bush has called for "answers" regarding Russia's alleged interference in the November 8 presidential elections.
At least 117 people have died due to heavy rains that have been received in Zimbabwe in recent months while 106 others have been injured by lightning
The U.S. Supreme Court appeared poised to strike down a North Carolina law barring convicted sex offenders from social media services,
ZTE and Sony on Monday launched their devices at on-going Mobile World Congress (MWC), being held in Spain's northeastern city of Barcelona.
Britain's major share index was up on Monday, boosted by earnings updates and a weak sterling.
The polling was held in 51 assembly constituencies spread across 12 districts of the state.
With Goldman Sachs as their sponsor, the women will be trained online and in the classrooms to set up their start-ups
The govts of the G20 leading economies must increase their efforts to strengthen financial market regulation, a German govt spokesman said.