Over three-fourths of US Republicans want Trump to run for President in 2024 - Poll

Washington, Oct 20 (UNI/Sputnik) US Republicans are warming to a possible run by Donald Trump in the 2024 presidential election, with 78 percent saying they want the former president to seek another term in the White House, a Quinnipiac University poll said.


US Supreme Court to consider Boston bomber death penalty repeal case

Washington, Oct 13 (UNI/Sputnik) The US Supreme Court will start considering the Justice Department's request to reinstate the Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev death sentence on Wednesday.

“The Court will hear United States v. Tsarnaev at 10 a.m. EST [14:0

US gives first-ever approval to market E-cigarettes - Regulator

Washington, Oct 13 (UNI/Sputnik) The US government approved three new tobacco products, the first set of electronic nicotine delivery systems authorized by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the regulatory agency said.

“Today’s authorizations are a

US Supreme Court rejects appeal from Texas inmate set to be executed October 12 - Filing

Washington, Oct 5 (UNI/Sputnik) The US Supreme Court denied the appeal of Texas death row inmate Stephen Barbee, who is set to be executed on October 12, court records revealed.

"Petition Denied," the court records said on the Supreme Court's website

US Air Force says activated first F-35 squadron in Europe, jets to arrive in late 2021

Washington, Oct 2 (UNI/Sputnik) The US Air Force said in a press release that it has activated the first F-35 squadron in Europe and the fighter jets will arrive at Royal Air Force Lakenheath station later this year.

"The 48th Fighter Wing has reactivated the

ASHA, USHA, anganwadi workers stage demo, submit memo

Bhopal: On the joint call of national federations related to all central labor organizations of the country, the anganwadi and ASHA, USHA workers submitted a memorandum to the Prime Minister on the demands including raising the minimum wage to Rs 21,000, providing benefits of pro

Japanese, US, South Korean diplomats agree for cooperation on North Korea: Reports

Tokyo, Sep 14 (UNI/Sputnik) High-ranking diplomats of Japan, the United States and South Korea agreed, during a trilateral meeting in Tokyo, to continue interaction on denuclearization of North Korea by combining dialogue with Pyongyang and sanctions pressure, the Kyodo news agen

Ex-Obama Interior Secretary Salazar Sworn in as new US Ambassador to Mexico

Washington, Sep 3 (UNI/Sputnik) US Vice President Kamala Harris on Thursday swore in Ken Salazar, Interior Secretary under former President Barack Obama, to the post of Ambassador to Mexico.

Salazar served as US Secretary of the Department of the Interior in the Ob

US Capitol Police says found 'possible bomb making materials' in suspect’s vehicle

Washington, Aug 20 (UNI/Sputnik) Officers have found possible bomb-making materials in a car belonging to the suspect in explosion threat case near the Library of Congress, the US Capitol Police Department announced in a press release.

“This afternoon, the Un

US paid Afghan soldiers 'a fortune', sort of 'bribing' them to fight - Ex-president Trump

Moscow, Aug 18 (UNI/Sputnik) The United States paid Afghan soldiers a lot, so when the US pulled out of Afghanistan, the Afghans stopped fighting, former US President Donald Trump said in an interview with Fox News' Sean Hannity.

"I was told some very bad