'Jai Hind, Jai Anna Hazare' in Seattle
Aug 17, 2011
'I am robbing you, sir', said polite robber
Feb 10, 2011
World | Reuters | Monday November 25, 2013
President Barack Obama, on a fundraising swing in Seattle on Sunday, described himself as "not a particularly ideological person" despite ongoing political clashes with Republicans over healthcare, the economy, and immigration reform.
World | Associated Press | Monday November 18, 2013
Seattle voters have elected a socialist to city council for the first time in modern history.
World | Associated Press | Tuesday October 22, 2013
A Delta Air Lines jet reportedly made an emergency landing Monday night at Tri-Cities Airport in Pasco, Wash. No injuries were reported.
India | Reuters | Wednesday October 16, 2013
Boeing said a body panel fell off of a 787 Dreamliner operated by Air India while the plane was in flight on Saturday, a new problem for the high-tech jet that has suffered a string of mishaps since its introduction two years ago.
World | Associated Press | Thursday October 10, 2013
A Muslim man who said his former employer fired him because of the beard he wears for religious reasons has been awarded $66,000.
World | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday October 1, 2013
Where she once welcomed immigrants pursuing the American dream, and more recently hordes of tourists, the Statue of Liberty stood alone today as a victim of the US government shutdown.
World | Agence France-Presse | Monday September 30, 2013
The retrial of Amanda Knox and her former lover for the murder of a British student begins in Florence on Monday, though she has decided not to attend.
World | Reuters | Friday September 27, 2013
Italy will put Amanda Knox back on trial on Monday for the murder of her British roommate in 2007, but the American will not return to attend court in the country that jailed her - she says wrongly - for four years.
World | Reuters | Thursday September 26, 2013
The FBI released surveillance video and photos of Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis on Wednesday and said he believed electromagnetic waves had been controlling him for months before the rampage that killed 12 people.
World | Reuters | Thursday September 26, 2013
Amazon.com Inc has begun selling a juiced-up line-up of new Kindle tablets, many sporting a unique video helpdesk feature it hopes will give it a leg-up over Apple Inc and Google Inc during the holiday season.
World | Reuters | Tuesday September 24, 2013
The US Navy said on Monday it was unaware Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis had shot out a car's tires in Seattle three years before it let him into the service in 2007 and gave him a security clearance, only that he had "deflated" car tires.
World | Reuters | Thursday September 19, 2013
Former Nintendo Company Limited President Hiroshi Yamauchi, who built the company into a video game giant from a maker of playing cards during more than half a century at the helm, died on Thursday of pneumonia, the company said. He was 85.
World | Reuters | Wednesday September 18, 2013
A longer version of Boeing Co's Dreamliner successfully completed its first flight on Tuesday, passing a key milestone for a plane expected to be more profitable for Boeing to sell and its customers to operate than the current production model.
World | Reuters | Friday September 13, 2013
Microsoft Corp is laying off dozens of contract and freelance writers from its MSN news and entertainment portal as the giant software company seeks to reshape itself as a devices and services company.
World | Reuters | Thursday August 8, 2013
Technology and media circles are abuzz at how e-commerce wunderkind Jeff Bezos plans to modernize The Washington Post, a money-losing bastion of the old economy.
World | Associated Press | Tuesday August 6, 2013
Several airlines are experiencing flight delays nationwide because of a problem with a computer system they use for services such as reservations, check-ins and online booking.
World | Reuters | Tuesday July 16, 2013
In the seconds before Asiana Airlines Flight 214 slammed into a seawall at San Francisco airport on July 6, pilots realized the plane was flying too low and much too slowly - even though, they told investigators, they had set a control system called ...
World | Agence France-Presse | Monday June 17, 2013
The world's biggest air show takes to the skies today, with a battle between Boeing and Airbus for orders in the lucrative market for wide-body planes set to dominate the Paris event.
World | Reuters | Sunday June 2, 2013
Aaron McConnell doesn't mind sharing a kitchen with seven neighbours. He's fine in living quarters with just enough room for a twin bed, a corner desk and little else. Closets? Forget about it - he stores his clothing and other possessions on shelves...
World | Agence France-Presse | Thursday May 30, 2013
A US soldier accused of killing 16 Afghan villagers last year will plead guilty in exchange for escaping the death penalty, his lawyer said in remarks reported Wednesday.