Email
Password
Remember meForgot password?
Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter
Connect your Digital Journal account with Facebook or Twitter to use this feature.
Connect
Log In Sign Up

US News

Ferguson protests cool after top US attorney general visits

St Louis - Protests in the strife-torn town of Ferguson cooled late Wednesday after the top US law enforcement official pledged a full investigation into the slaying of teenager Michael Brown that kicked off days of racially charged unrest.
In the Media by AFP

US reveals failed bid to rescue hostages

Washington - US special forces were sent into Syria this year to try to rescue American hostages held by Islamist militants, US officials said, as international revulsion mounted Thursday over the beheading of journalist James Foley.
In the Media by Jérôme CARTILLIER (AFP)

Attorney general bids to quell tensions in US riot town

St Louis - The United States' most senior law enforcement official sat down with college kids, community leaders and angry residents Wednesday in a suburb shaken by more than a week of racially charged protests.
In the Media by Robert Macpherson, Loic Hofstedt (AFP)

Standard Chartered fined $300 mn over laundering controls

New York - New York state's banking regulator Tuesday hit Standard Chartered Bank with a $300 million fine and restrictions on its dollar-clearing business for failing to detect possible money-laundering.
In the Media by AFP

Ferguson police arrest 47 as peaceful protest degenerates

Ferguson - Police said Wednesday they had arrested 47 people as tensions rose after an otherwise peaceful night of protests in Ferguson, the Missouri town rocked by violence over the police shooting of an unarmed black teenager.
In the Media by Robert MacPherson, Loic Hofstedt (AFP)

Argentina to pay bondholders despite U.S. court ruling

Buenos Aires - Buenos Aires moved to pay bondholders domestically after a U.S. bank left it unable to do so, President Cristina Kirchner said.
In the Media by AFP

Teens in LA school shooting plot 'wanted to die'

Los Angeles - Two US teenagers arrested on charges of plotting a high-school mass shooting had a "very methodical" plan and wanted to die in the gun battle, police said Tuesday.
In the Media by AFP

Jihadists claim beheading of US journalist

Washington - Jihadist group the Islamic State on Tuesday claimed to have executed American journalist James Foley in revenge for US air strikes against its fighters and threatened to kill a second reporter.
In the Media by AFP

New fatal police shooting near U.S. protest town

St Louis - Police shot dead a knife-wielding man Tuesday near the U.S. town roiled by 10 days of protests over the police killing of an unarmed black teenager, threatening to further ratchet up tensions.
In the Media by Robert MacPherson, Loic Hofstedt (AFP)

Police fire tear gas in US town as Obama calls for calm

Saint Louis - Police fired tear gas in another night of unrest in a Missouri town where a white police officer shot and killed an unarmed black teenager, just hours after President Barack Obama called for calm.
In the Media by Loic Hofstedt, Robert Macpherson (AFP)

Assange will not leave until assured no US extradition: lawyer

Sydney - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will not leave the Ecuador embassy in London until it is guaranteed he will avoid extradition to the United States, his lawyer said Tuesday.
In the Media by AFP

Assange says will leave Ecuador embassy in London 'soon'

London - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange indicated Monday he would leave Ecuador's embassy in London "soon" but his organisation played down the comment, saying he would not depart until there was an agreement with Britain's government.
In the Media by Katherine Haddon (AFP)

Ferguson teen shot six times, family pathologists say

Ferguson - Michael Brown, the black teen whose killing by a Missouri police officer has prompted more than a week of unrest, was shot at least six times, pathologists retained by his family said Monday.
In the Media by Loic Hofstedt (AFP)

Police hurl tear gas at US protesters in Ferguson

Ferguson - Police hurled tear gas and marched on protesters late Sunday in Ferguson, the St Louis suburb wracked by race riots since police shot dead an unarmed black teenager.
In the Media by Loic Hofstedt (AFP) - 1 comment

Trooper to stay 'as long as it takes' in riot-hit U.S. town

Ferguson - The trooper put in charge of tamping swirling racial tensions in this St Louis suburb vowed Sunday to stay "as long as it takes," after violence flared anew.
In the Media by Loic Hofstedt (AFP) - 1 comment

One shot, seven arrested as violence flares in riot-hit US town

One person was shot and seven people were arrested as police battled to impose a curfew in the riot-hit US town of Ferguson on Sunday, one week after the racially-charged shooting of an unarmed black teenager.
In the Media by Michael Thomas (AFP)

Amish girls abducted with intent to 'victimize'

New York - A US couple arrested and charged with kidnapping two Amish sisters intended to "victimize" the girls after snatching them from their roadside produce stand, authorities said Saturday.
In the Media by AFP - 2 comments

Missouri declares state of emergency, curfew after looting

Ferguson - The governor of the US state of Missouri declared a state of emergency and curfew Saturday following race-tinged violence in the suburb where an officer shot dead an unarmed black teenager.
In the Media by Joshua Lott (AFP) - 2 comments

German intelligence 'spied on John Kerry, Turkey'

Berlin - German intelligence listened in on at least one telephone conversation of US Secretary of State John Kerry and has spied on NATO ally Turkey for years, Der Spiegel will report on Sunday.
In the Media by AFP

Mexico protests Texas National Guard troops on U.S. border

- Mexico's foreign ministry late Friday protested Texas Governor Rick Perry's deployment of National Guard troops to the southern U.S. border to halt the surge of child migrants.
In the Media by AFP

Stores looted after police say slain US teen is robbery suspect

Ferguson - Vandals attacked stores in Ferguson early Saturday, hours after police said the unarmed black teenager whose killing by a white officer unleashed days of rioting was a robbery suspect.The allegation reignited anger in the town, a St.
In the Media by Joshua Lott (AFP)

Slain U.S. teen was robbery suspect

Ferguson - The unarmed black teenager whose shooting death by a white police officer unleashed riots in a Missouri town was a suspect in a robbery just minutes before he was killed, police said Friday.
In the Media by Joshua Lott (AFP)

Peaceful protest in 'war zone' US town

Saint Louis - Hundreds of people demonstrated peacefully in a Missouri town rocked by days of protests over the fatal shooting of a black teenager, hours after state police were ordered to replace local forces.
In the Media by Peter Stebbings (AFP)

Police replaced in 'war zone' US town as Obama urges calm

Washington - Missouri state police were Thursday ordered to replace local forces in a US town rocked by protests over the shooting of an unarmed black teenager, following complaints led by President Barack Obama.
In the Media by Veronika Oleksyn (AFP)

Robin Williams had early stage Parkinson's: Wife

Los Angeles - Hollywood actor Robin Williams, found dead this week after an apparent suicide, was suffering from depression and the early stages of Parkinson's disease, his wife said Thursday.
In the Media by AFP

Indonesia tests mental health of U.S. teen in Bali suitcase killing

Denpasar - Indonesian police were Thursday conducting mental health checks on an American teenager suspected of killing her mother and stuffing her battered body into a suitcase on the resort island of Bali.
In the Media by AFP

Tear gas fired at protesters after US teen's death

Saint Louis - Missouri police fired tear gas and smoke bombs late Wednesday at protesters demonstrating over the killing of an unarmed black teen by an officer.
In the Media by AFP - 1 comment

Snowden: lies pushed me over the edge

Washington - Edward Snowden says dishonest comments to Congress by the US intelligence chief were the final straw that prompted him to flee the country and reveal a trove of national security documents.
In the Media by Rob Lever (AFP)

American tourist's body found in suitcase on Bali

Denpasar - An American tourist's battered body has been found in a suitcase at an exclusive hotel on Indonesia's resort island of Bali and her daughter and daughter's boyfriend have been arrested over the killing, police said Wednesday.
In the Media by AFP

American tourist's body found in suitcase on Bali: Police

Denpasar - An American tourist's battered body has been found in a suitcase at an exclusive hotel on Indonesia's resort island of Bali and her daughter and daughter's boyfriend have been arrested over the killing, police said Wednesday.
In the Media by AFP - 1 comment
  1 2 3 4 5 6 ... 189 Next»

Set up a news alert for

US


US Image

The G20 Deputy’s Meeting and Financial Market Conference in Berlin on May 19-20.
The G20 Deputy’s Meeting and Financial Market Conference in Berlin on May 19-20.
image:68761:2::0
A U.S. Navy SEAL team member provides cover for his teammates while advancing on a suspected locatio...
U.S. Navy
A U.S. Navy SEAL team member provides cover for his teammates while advancing on a suspected location of al Qaida and Taliban forces.
image:120139:0::0
The G20 Deputy’s Meeting and Financial Market Conference in Berlin on May 19-20.
The G20 Deputy’s Meeting and Financial Market Conference in Berlin on May 19-20.
image:68760:1::0
US Defence Secretary Robert Gates.
flickr/eschipul
US Defence Secretary Robert Gates.
image:70638:0::0
US troops dismount from a UH-1  Huey  helicopter in the early years of the Vietnam War.
wikipedia
US troops dismount from a UH-1 "Huey" helicopter in the early years of the Vietnam War.
image:158480:2::0
The exhibit showcases the South African  US  UN and South Korean flags.
The exhibit showcases the South African, US, UN and South Korean flags.
image:70536:3::0
US Census Bureau headquarters
wikipedia
US Census Bureau headquarters
image:147679:0::0
First Lady Michelle Obama  wife of U.S. President Barack Obama  holds up a sign Wednesday bearing th...
Office of the First Lady/Wikimedia Commons
First Lady Michelle Obama, wife of U.S. President Barack Obama, holds up a sign Wednesday bearing the Twitter hashtag "#bringbackourgirls" in support of the victims of last week's kidnapping at a girls school in Chibok, Nigeria.
image:188402:3::0
US Navy SEALS in familiar environment.
wikipedia
US Navy SEALS in familiar environment.
image:105209:0::0
U.S. Marine Corps War Memorial (Iwo Jima)
U.S. Marine Corps War Memorial (Iwo Jima)
image:123510:1::0
Untitled
Social Security Administration
image:74924:1::0
A U.S. Army Soldier of Company A  1st Battalion  30th Infantry Regiment moves down a flight of stair...
U.S. Dept. of Defense
A U.S. Army Soldier of Company A, 1st Battalion, 30th Infantry Regiment moves down a flight of stairs in a suspected insurgent safehouse during a 2007 air assault operation in Arab Jabour, Iraq.
image:120140:0::0
A B-52 jet bomber drops its bomb load over North Vietnam during the  American War  or the  Vietnam W...
wikipedia
A B-52 jet bomber drops its bomb load over North Vietnam during the "American War" or the "Vietnam War", depending on the point of view
image:158483:1::0
U.S. Marine Corps War Memorial (Iwo Jima)
U.S. Marine Corps War Memorial (Iwo Jima)
image:123510:1::0
Bluefin tuna tested for cesium levels from Fukushima.
Video screen capture
Bluefin tuna tested for cesium levels from Fukushima.
image:116120:0::0
The biggest arms dealer is the US. For 2009  the United States signed arms deals worth $22.6 billion...
US Army
The biggest arms dealer is the US. For 2009, the United States signed arms deals worth $22.6 billion ― a dominating 39 percent of the worldwide market. Even so, that sales figure was down from $38.1 billion in 2008.
image:76431:0::0
NIGHT VIEW: Photo shows Independence Square in Kiev  Ukraine s capital  at night in 2011.
Podluzhnaya/Wikimedia Commons
NIGHT VIEW: Photo shows Independence Square in Kiev, Ukraine's capital, at night in 2011.
image:185589:0::0
A US special operations sniper aims his rifle.
flickr/ussocom ru
A US special operations sniper aims his rifle.
image:65898:1::0
Temple Mount and Western Wall during Shabbat
David Shankbone
Temple Mount and Western Wall during Shabbat
image:71240:0::0
Book cover of  Crazy Like Us - the globalization of the American Psyche   by Ethan Watters
Book cover of "Crazy Like Us - the globalization of the American Psyche," by Ethan Watters
image:77710:0::0

Latest News
Top News

Buy an ad on DigitalJournal.com

Corporate

Help & Support

News Links

copyright © 2014 digitaljournal.com   |   powered by dell servers