The senator from Kentucky had an important question for Republicans in Michigan.
Party claims UIDAI had tied-up with a US firm, reportedly financed by an arm of CIA, to rollout Aadhar in the country
Texas native Ronnie Smith, described by his students as an inspiring motivator and a beloved “best friend,” was shot by gunmen while jogging in a residential district in Benghazi.
A CIA officer who was captured during the Korean War and held for 20 years by the Chinese gave plenty of names and physical descriptions when they asked him to name his colleagues — but the names and descriptions all belonged to the Boston ...
Every major news event, no matter how sad or epochal, is transformed by the power of social media into a way to carp about politics. Some among us want people to stop doing that. Of all days, for this man, +1 @ElaheIzadi: Can we place a moratorium ...
Charles Krauthammer reminds a dazed American public that the Obama administration is facing not just one, but three simultaneous foreign policy challenges. Three crises, one president, many bewildered friends.
Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) entered into a contract with a New York based startup MongoDB for issuing the Aadhaar card in the country.
The furious, angry reaction from some conservatives to praise for Nelson Mandela masks the more important change: the leader's steady, inevitable embrace by his one-time opponents.