US President Obama says America could be India's "best partner" as he concludes his three-day visit to New Delhi. He used the opportunity to push India to fulfill its pledge to uphold the "dignity of the individual."
Despite a dip in quarterly profit, Microsoft's revenue from business cloud services has more than doubled in the last quarter. The technology heavyweight is looking forward to a "cloud first, mobile first" future.
From Boston to New York City and Philadelphia, streets across the northeast of the US have been shut down as extreme snowfall forces driving bans and halts public transport. Tens of millions of people have been affected.
Thousands of flights have been grounded, and schools and businesses are set to close as cities from Philadelphia to Boston brace for a massive blizzard. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has declared a state of emergency.
A United States federal court jury has found a former CIA officer guilty of leaking spy secrets to a journalist. Jeffrey Sterling was accused of leaking details of a failed operation to thwart Iran's nuclear ambitions.
The mayor of New York has warned residents to brace for what could be the worst snowstorm in the city's history. This came after meteorologists warned that a "crippling" blizzard was headed for the Big Apple.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has brokered a deal with US President Barack Obama to move towards a commercial nuclear power agreement. Both countries came to an agreement in 2008 that stalled due to legalities.
Two US airliners have landed safely at the international airport in Atlanta after bomb threats were made against them. Both aircraft were searched as a result but no bomb was found.
United Nations Security Council ambassadors have traveled to Haiti to push for long-delayed elections. This comes amid a growing political crisis in the Caribbean country.
An investigative journalist in the US has been sentenced to more than five years in prison. Civil libertarians are concerned that the case of Barrett Brown could have a chilling effect on investigative reporting.
The United States and Cuba have closed two days of talks in Havana with some progress toward restoring diplomatic ties after half a century of estrangement. Both Washington and Havana have agreed to meet again.
Argentine President Cristina Fernandez Kirchner has said she believes the death of Buenos Aires prosecutor Alberto Nisman was not suicide. Instead, she contested, it was part of a plot to mire her government in scandal.
New evidence casts doubt on the circumstances surrounding the death of Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman. Authorities continue to probe whether he committed suicide - or if something more sinister occurred.
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