The U.S. Justice Department on Friday dropped its effort to force Apple Inc (AAPL.O) to help unlock an iPhone in a drug case in New York after someone provided authorities the passcode to access the device.
Vice President Joe Biden spoke on Monday night at a J Street gala in Washington DC, expressing what he said was the Obama administration’s “overwhelming frustration” with Israel.
A Navy lieutenant commander has been charged with espionage and prostitution, newly revealed documents show.
The Transportation Security Administration came under fire Wednesday after it emerged the agency spent $47,000 on an app that points left or right something tech experts say could have been created by a novice coder in a day.
The fractured situation in Syria is looking even more bleak as forces allied with different parts of the US defense establishment are fighting against each other.
The United States government has given Iran almost $2 billion in what is being called a “ransom payment,” the Washington Free Beacon reports.
n Brussels police are still desperately hunting a dangerous terrorist after he fled a triple-suicide bombing in the city that left 34 dead, as American officials hunt for news on citizens who went missing during the attack and tend to nine more lying in hospital wounded.
The US has a known affection for what is known as “March Madness” – Britain on the other hand does not hold basketball in high regard when it comes to sports.
Washington – A group of Republican senators on Thursday unveiled legislation that requires the Obama administration to impose stricter sanctions on every sector of Iran’s economy that supports the country’s ballistic missile program.
Details of a tense meeting between US President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu have been revealed for the first time, shedding further light on the fraught relationship between the two leaders.