US Delegation To Meet Taliban In First High-Level Talks Since Pullout – Times Of India

US will accept WHO-approved Covid-19 vaccines for international visitors

Two parents convicted in US college admissions scandal

Two parents who were the first to stand trial in America’s massive college admissions scandal were found guilty on Friday of paying bribes to get their children into prestigious universities.

US woman jailed for too-close bear photo

A US woman who got up close and personal with a grizzly bear so she could take a photo has been jailed for four days. Samantha Dehring got within a few feet of the enormous animal and her three cubs so she could snap her picture in Yellowstone National Park in May.

Texas moves to reinstate nation’s toughest abortion law

Texas has asked a federal appeals court to swiftly reinstate the most restrictive abortion law in the US.

Feds won’t seek charges against cop in Jacob Blake shooting

Murdaugh friend has law license suspended in South Carolina

The South Carolina Supreme Court has temporarily suspended the law license of an attorney who was a college friend of Alex Murdaugh and has been sued over his work on the disputed estate of Murdaugh’s housekeeper.

US, Pakistani officials in strained talks over Afghanistan

Lebanese hijacker wanted by FBI dies of cancer: Relative

Facebook says some users struggling to access its services

Facebook on Friday said some users were again having problems accessing its services, just days after a massive outage. Read more

US deportation flights took 7,500 to Haiti: IOM

More than 7,500 Haitian migrants were deported in less than three weeks by the United States, which chartered 70 flights, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) said on Friday

US delegation to meet Taliban in first high-level talks since pullout: Officials

US delegation to press Taliban in meeting on safe passage, release of kidnapped American citizen & potential terrorism resurgence: Officials

US administers more than 400 mln doses of Covid-19 vaccines as of Friday: CDC

The United States has administered 400,669,422 doses of Covid-19 vaccines in the country as of Friday morning and distributed 485,713,525 doses, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.

US legislators probing Puerto Rico power outages demand data

A US House committee is demanding that the company in charge of the transmission and distribution of power in Puerto Rico release key data amid widespread outages in the US territory that have outraged and frustrated many.

Boosters, employer mandates drive increase in US vaccines

The number of Americans getting Covid-19 vaccine shots is nearing an average of 1 million per day.

Justice Department says no federal civil rights charges will be brought against Wisconsin officer who shot Jacob Blake

New York public schools to end program for gifted and talented students

India-US high-level meetings will continue, whether on economic or security issue, or on Covid, in months to come: Jen Psaki

This president (Biden) is the first to recognise ‘Havana Syndrome’: Jen Psaki at White House press briefing

White House blocks Trump’s attempt to withhold documents related to Jan. 6 attack: NBC