Biden begins inauguration, vowing 'new day' after Trump tumult

Biden begins inauguration, vowing 'new day' after Trump tumult

Joe Biden arrived Wednesday to be sworn in as the 46th president of the United States, vowing a "new day" for the United States after four years of tumult under Donald Trump who in an extraordinary final act ...

National Mall closed for Biden inauguration amid security fears

National Mall closed for Biden inauguration amid security fears

The National Mall in downtown Washington will be closed because of security concerns until after Wednesday's inauguration of US President-elect Joe Biden, the National Park Service said Friday.

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris named Time 'Person of the Year'

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris named Time 'Person of the Year'

US President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris were named Time magazine's 2020 ‘Person of the Year’ on Thursday for their election victory over Donald Trump.

Russian hackers targeted US conservative groups: Microsoft

Russian hackers targeted US conservative groups: Microsoft

Russian government hackers tried to hijack the websites of conservative US think tanks, Microsoft said on Tuesday.

US veterans join forces for gun reform

US veterans join forces for gun reform

Dave Baril has served in the US Marine Corps for over 18 years, deployed twice to Iraq, and is a gun owner.

US lawmakers in bid to end shutdown stalemate

US lawmakers in bid to end shutdown stalemate

US lawmakers will launch a last-ditch bid Sunday to end a budget impasse before hundreds of thousands of federal workers are forced to start the work week at home with no pay.

Australia must manage Starc with care: Cummins

Australia must manage Starc with care: Cummins

Australia will have to manage Mitchell Starc’s heel problem properly or risk losing their in-form pace spearhead to a long-term injury, team mate Pat Cummins said yesterday.

Trump appoints new head of financial watchdog

Trump appoints new head of financial watchdog

US President Donald Trump on Friday appointed White House budget director Mick Mulvaney to head a financial watchdog that the administration has sought to overhaul as part of its deregulation push.

Fifth woman accuses US Republican candidate of sexual misconduct

Fifth woman accuses US Republican candidate of sexual misconduct

A fifth woman on Monday accused Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual misconduct, claiming he assaulted her when she was a teenager ...

Trump tells Paris, Berlin to 'keep making money' via trade with Tehran

Trump tells Paris, Berlin to 'keep making money' via trade with Tehran

US President Donald Trump said in an interview aired Sunday he does not object to France and Germany continuing trade with Iran, despite his refusal to certify the Iran nuclear deal.

Data swamped US spy agencies put hopes on artificial intelligence

Data swamped US spy agencies put hopes on artificial intelligence

Swamped by too much raw intel data to sift through, US spy agencies are pinning their hopes on artificial intelligence to crunch billions of digital bits and understand events around the world.

Trump ends amnesty for 800,000 young immigrants

Trump ends amnesty for 800,000 young immigrants

President Donald Trump on Tuesday ended an amnesty protecting 800,000 people brought to the United States illegally as minors from deportation, prompting a political firestorm.