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An increasing number of US cities are declaring states of emergency as homelessness is becoming more prevalent and a serious issue to deal with, reports say.
Investigators in Houston, Texas have determined that a fire at a mosque that broke out Friday was intentionally set, amid a recent surge in Islamophobia in the United States.
The majority of Americans say the most important events of 2015 were the mass shootings in the United States, including the attack in San Bernardino, California, according to a new …
Four more people have died in tornadoes and flooding this week in the southern United States bringing the total number of dead to 22, local officials and media report.
A Saudi scholar says as Saudi forces continue bombings to “deliberately target” civilians in Yemen, the US appears to remain “undisturbed.”
Thursday, 24 December 2015 08:05

Trump warns Clinton: Be careful

Donald Trump, the leading US presidential candidate for the Republican Party, warned Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton not to frame him as an enemy of women, after she accused the billionaire …
The United States is getting prepared for a large-scale operation to deport hundreds of thousands of refugees, who have fled violence in Central America since last year.
Nearly 70 percent of Americans believe that big government poses the biggest threat to their country, according to a new poll.
Wednesday, 23 December 2015 11:26

The logic of the police state

When it comes to the arming of the police in a country in which rural sheriffs proudly sport battlefield-grade mine-resistant ambush protected vehicles and new militarized urban police units like …
US Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders has criticized his rival Hillary Clinton for insisting on the removal of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has flown to the Persian Gulf to visit American and French warships ahead of their scheduled strikes against purported ISIL positions in Iraq and Syria.
US President Barack Obama has drawn criticism for a short stop in California to meet with families of those killed in the recent San Bernardino mass shooting, on his way …
Sunday, 20 December 2015 05:22

Sanders apologizes for DNC data breach

US presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders has apologized to Hillary Clinton and his supporters for the Democratic National Committee (DNC) data breach, but censured the DNC for banning his campaign …
The Pentagon says a US airstrike against ISIL terrorists may have killed many Iraqi soldiers in Fallujah in Anbar Province.
US Senator Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign has filed a lawsuit against the Democratic Party after the Democratic National Committee blocked the campaign’s access to sensitive voter information.
Friday, 18 December 2015 08:05

US special ops troops ordered to leave Libya

The Pentagon says a group of US commandos who had traveled to Libya to "foster relationships" was ordered to leave the war-torn country soon after they arrived.
The United States and Cuba are set to resume commercial flights for the first time in more than five decades.
Friday, 18 December 2015 07:54

Hate crimes against American Muslims tripled

New data reveals hate crimes against US Muslim communities have increased sharply in the aftermath of the deadly terrorist attacks in Paris and California.
Protesters affiliated with Black Lives Matter movement interrupted Donald Trump’s presidential campaign rally in Las Vegas and were forcibly removed from the event.
An American author and professor of sociology and global studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, (UCSB) said the US may have actually encouraged increasing terrorism instead of reducing …