President Trump's new Innovation Office is a predictable step given his pledge to run a more efficient government using the example of business, political analyst Victor Olevich said.
Scientists have long-struggled to create human tissue the size of bones or organs, only succeeding in creating small patches in labs. However, a multidisciplinary research team at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Massachusetts, has now managed to create human heart cells - on spinach leaves stripped of plant cells.
Shortly after opening of US stock, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell to 20335.31, down 225.98 from its close on Friday.
Roger Stone, Donald Trump's former political adviser, denied having any links with Russian officials during the US presidential election.
The administration of US President Donald Trump is taking a hands-off policy toward the Pentagon, and the US military finds that it no longer must seek approval for expanding its schemes.
Beleaguered US rideshare company Uber has halted its aggressively touted autonomous vehicle program, following a high-profile car crash in Arizona.
At least two people were killed in a shooting that took place late in Cleveland, Ohio.
In the midst of ongoing joint military exercises between the United States and South Korea, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) has stated that it may attack without warning against what it claims are preparations for an enemy invasion by the West.
Six people were arrested in California after clashes erupted at a rally in support of US President Donald Trump, local media reported Sunday, citing police.
Americans have shown that they strongly refute almost every aspect of the proposed budget of US President Donald Trump, a plan described as perfectly mirroring the agenda of his extremely wealthy cabinet members.
Former United States Vice President Joe Biden said on Friday he regretted not running for president in the 2016 election, adding that he had a good chance of winning the race.
At Sunday’s opening of the 2017 AIPAC conference in Washington DC, hundreds of protesters formed a human chain blocking access to the event, chanting phrases to bring attention to illegal seizures of Palestinian land by Israel, and what is increasingly referred to as a state of apartheid in the country.
US Democratic lawmakers have introduced a bill to require that US President Donald Trump publish logs revealing who he has met with, and where, after Trump and his advisors have stonewalled inquiries into his conclaves.
A teenager in Singapore, jailed for his pointed YouTube commentary criticizing the city-state's current governing administration, has been granted asylum in the United States.
One person was killed in a shooting in the center of the US city of Las Vegas, with the attacker barricading inside a bus before surrendering to the police, Las Vegas Police Department said on Sunday.
Next month, California will host an unprecedented display of high-tech military ship-to-shore landing drills aimed at boosting the capability of the Marine Corps to storm a beach.
The United States, making moves to bring down the cost of maintaining the world’s most expensive military, is initiating a program to enable its drones to be launched and retrieved in mid-flight by a parent aircraft.
15-year-old man was killed in the shooting in St. Louis, US state of Missouri, according to local media reports.
The Department of Defense announced that the United States awarded a $909 million contract to AAR Supply Chain for the Air Force’s landing gear logistical program.
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