US Special Operations Soldier Killed in Afghanistan
US officials have said the movement has about 700 fighters but Afghan officials have put that number at about 1,500. Since then, Afghan forces have led most counter-terrorism operation across the country.
Internet privacy bill filed by Massachusetts GOP senators
Thune says now there will be one consistent policy that will not only make things more clear, but also protect consumers. Critics are already tearing Pai a new one over this meeting, in distinctly combative language.
Samsung Launches Galaxy C7 Pro For Rs 27990
Visitors experience Samsung Electronics' Galaxy S8 smartphone at a Seoul store in this photo released by Samsung on April 6, 2017. Galaxy C7 Pro has been equipped with a metal case that features a sleek design which resembles with Galaxy A5's design .
Natasha Exelby: Why a blooper led reporters to share embarrassing tales
The segment ended but it took a few moments before Exelby, a freelance journalist , realized the camera was back on her. It's a slip-up nearly every newsreader in the world has committed, but rarely costs the TV presenter their on-air job.
Indian army says 4 suspected rebels killed in Kashmir
The Indian troops continued state terrorism on the second day in a row as they martyred four more Kashmiri youth on Monday. The crackdown, however, has failed to halt the protests. "The fire was returned by the soldiers, triggering an encounter".
Gonzaga holds off SC in Final Four to reach title game
The Bulldogs advance to play for the national championship on Monday and meet the victor of North Carolina and Oregon. He missed his second free throw on goal but Gonzaga's Zach Collins rebounded and made two free throws to clinch it.
Janesville man wanted by Federal Bureau of Investigation after gun store theft
Anyone with information about Jakubowski's location is asked to contact the Rock County Sheriff's Office, 608-757-7911. A statewide crime alert says Jakubowski "has been highly agitated recently regarding a variety of political issues".
Seattle mayor: Sex abuse allegations 'untrue'
Spokesman Jeff Reading called the lawsuit a "shakedown effort" timed weeks before the May 19 mayoral campaign filing deadline. Reading said they'd been "promoted by extreme right-wing antigay activists" during the state's battle over gay marriage.
RBI holds its key rates in move to drain excess cash
Bhattacharya expects a prolonged pause in monetary policy and says much would depend on the outcome of the monsoon. The higher reverse repo rate will make it lucrative for commercial banks to park their excess funds with the RBI.
Authorities: 4 inmates found dead at a South Carolina prison
Four inmates were found dead at a SC prison on Friday (April 7), a spokesperson for the Department of Corrections said. Authorities charged Denver Simmons, 35, and Jacob Philip, 25, with 4 counts of murder each, according to a report.
Wichita State waits on word from American Athletic Conference
They have made the NCAA Tournament every season since 2012, highlighted by a Final Four appearance in 2013 and a Sweet 16 in 2015. As of late Tuesday afternoon, banners recognizing nine Missouri Valley Conference schools remained in the rafters of Koch Arena.
Ross Talks On Raiders' Move To Las Vegas
But you can't be blind to the fact that there are families involved, there are people involved, and they need some information. Although their lease does not expire for another two seasons, the Raiders can vacate the Coliseum as early as 2018.
Crystal Palace whip Arsenal
The Gunners managed just three shots on target, all of them in the first half. "After that it was more hard ". Asked if uncertainty about his future is affecting the players, Wenger added:"No, I don't think so".
Banner moment: Cubs finally raise championship flag
Jon Lester starts the home opener for the Cubs, looking for more of the same success he had against the Dodgers in 2016. During Monday's home opener against the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Cubs will have their championship banner ceremony.
UN chief meets Iraqi leaders to support fight against IS
Officials said, 3 policemen were among the dead while the rest were civilians and a number of policemen were also injured. Defense Secretary James Mattis insinuated that Islamic State fighters had hidden "behind women and children".