Obama defends NSA surveillance program, Urges people to draw balance between privacy and security


President Barack Obama has called out to Americans urging them to “make some choices” in drawing balance between privacy and security. Obama was on the defensive for the NSA secret surveillance programs which is known to sweep up an estimated 3 billion phone calls every day and collect Internet data from U.S. providers with anContinue reading “Obama defends NSA surveillance program, Urges people to draw balance between privacy and security”

NTSB worried over fate of other bridges after Washington bridge collapse


The collapse of an Interstate highway bridge in northern Washington State should be taken seriously according to the chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board. Detailed investigation must go in to find out the reason behind this unforeseen catastrophe in the north of Seattle and seek for measures through more such incidents could be repeatedContinue reading “NTSB worried over fate of other bridges after Washington bridge collapse”

Seattle shooting, 5 dead including suspect


The calm night sky was filled with gunfire noise at an apartment complex in a city south of Seattle and five people were shot to death. The list of dead also includes a suspect who was shot by arriving officers, police said early Monday. The Police officers reached the crime scene at 9:30 p.m. PDT Continue reading “Seattle shooting, 5 dead including suspect”

Second suspect in Boston Marathon Blasts arrested by police


It has been four days to Boston Marathon blasts that led to the killing of three and injured 176. On Friday night, the people of Watertown, a Boston suburb, cheered for everyone in a police cruiser, SWAT car and unmarked car for capturing one of two brothers involved in the blasts. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 19, wasContinue reading “Second suspect in Boston Marathon Blasts arrested by police”