News Headlines
Home » Headlines (page 1075)

Headlines

BREAKING NEWS: Suspect number one dead, number two in custody.

The hunt for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev ended Friday night when authorities captured the suspect wanted in connection to the bombing Monday at the Boston Marathon, according to the Boston Police Department. Authorities say the suspect, along with his brother, killed an MIT police officer, severely wounded another lawman and hurled explosives at police in a car chase and gun battle, according ...

Read More »

India Emerges as New Frontier for Solar Power Developers

NEW DELHI — India’s emergence as a new frontier for solar power has turned it into a key market for solar power developers. Plummeting prices and a push by the government have made solar energy a viable option in the sun-drenched country. Thousands of blinking, photovoltaic solar panels sprawled in a barren, arid region in the western state of Gujarat ...

Read More »

If NPP can concede making honest mistakes, why can’t the EC do same ? – Mornah

The General Secretary of the People’s National Convention, Bernard Mornah has told XYZ News, that he is marveled by attempts by the petitioners in the ongoing election fraud case to take away some polling stations where they had earlier alleged irregularities occurred. Mr. Mornah also said he is surprised the petitioners during Thursday’s cross examination admitted manually duplicating pink sheets ...

Read More »

Thousands of African Migrants Stranded in Yemen

Humanitarian agencies say thousands of migrants from the Horn of Africa are living in harrowing conditions along the Yemen-Saudi Arabia border. Many have been robbed and tortured by traffickers. Migrant workers from the Horn see Saudi Arabia as a place where they may find jobs. But getting there often means traveling to and through Yemen and becoming targets of smugglers ...

Read More »

School closings accompany flood warnings,severe wind gusts in the Chicago area.

April 18, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) — Some schools in Lombard and Gurnee are closed Thursday due to flooding concerns. The Chicago region was pounded by rain overnight, with as much as one inch of per hour falling across the area, delaying trains, flooding underpasses and turning the expressways into parking lots in time for the morning commute Metra Delays/Cancellations All ...

Read More »

Pakistan’s Former Strong Military Ruler Arrested

ISLAMABAD — Pakistan’s former military ruler Pervez Musharraf was arrested Friday in connection with his unconstitutional dismissal of top judges while he was president. A convoy of armed police escorted the former president to court early Friday from his farmhouse on the outskirts of Islamabad. After appearing before a judge, who swiftly placed him under arrest and ordered him to ...

Read More »

Space Telescope Spots Distant Planets Well Placed for Life

Scientists have announced the discovery of three planets, in two planetary systems, that are in or on the edge of the so-called habitable zone, the range that is just the right distance from their stars so they wouldn’t be too hot or too cold to have liquid water. They made these discoveries with NASA’s Kepler space telescope. Kepler-62 William Borucki, ...

Read More »

1 Boston Bombing Suspect Dead, Police Search for Other

Police in the northeastern U.S. state of Massachusetts are conducting a massive manhunt for one of the suspects in Monday’s Boston Marathon bombings, after killing the other one in a shootout late Thursday. Authorities say the “white hat” suspect from the marathon bombings, known as Suspect 2, is on the loose and is “armed and dangerous.” Police are warning residents ...

Read More »