Copper Dollar, Double Eagle & other coins that are worth a fortune today
Legend Numismatics, a rare-coin firm in New Jersey, bought a coin for $10 million at an auction in 2013.
Viola Davis to channel inner Michelle Obama in TV series 'First Ladies'
The Oscar-winning actress will also executive produce the Showtime dr...
Indian-American Neomi Rao sworn in as judge of powerful DC court
Rao, 45, was sworn in by US Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas in the Roo...
Trump celebrates Diwali at White House, says 'grateful' for friendship with PM Modi
President Donald Trump Tuesday said United States' relationship with India can act as a "bulwark" for freedom, prosperity and peace as he ce...
Retired engineer has 200 stamps of Mahatma Gandhi
The retired HAL engineer has in his collection over 200 postal stamps featuring the Mahatma that have been released by India and other countries.
Philanthropist Meera Gandhi hosts party to honour Earl of Wessex, Prince Edward
The reception took place in her Park Avenue residence, New York.
There’s an orchid named after Melania Trump, and it just won an award
This is no grocery store flower. Not just anyone can pick a pretty flower and call it Melania.
View: Lessons from the Flipkart story are less about business strategy and more about character traits
Flipkart’s bet on e-commerce growth had multiple legs: improving connectivity, increased consumption by India’s youth, and better logistics infrastructure.
India may lose aircraft carrier edge over China
After inducting its first carrier 65,000-tonne Liaoning in 2012, China will soon begin sea trials of its domestically-built Type-001A carrier, which is slated for induction in 2019.
South Korea to join three US aircraft carriers in drills
Seven South Korean navy vessels -- three destroyers and four escort ships -- will take part in the exercises, the South Korean official said.
'Fake News': Why Donald Trump should take note of 'bully pulpit'
Fake news, either as a statement of fact or as an accusation, has been inescapable this year, contributing to the undermining of society’s trust in news reporting, said Collins Dictionary.
Golf-Internationals need Seve-style leader to end U.S. run
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Zinke signs order to expand hunting, fishing on public lands
WASHINGTON (AP) — Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke signed an order on Friday to expand hunting and fishing on federal land, saying it would improve wildlife management and conservation. Environmentalists dismissed it as "a do-nothing order.
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