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American novelist best known for The Warriors, a tale of gangs and street violence in New York, dies at 87.

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The US rival is not only a manufacturing hub, but also talented at various forms of espionage.

Home Crowdsourcing Evidence To Help Catch A Killer

The FBI has released two pages of code found in a dead man's pockets in an attempt to solve a decade-old homicide case.

Technology US Pushing To Deploy More Ethical Hackers For Cybersecurity

The United States is pushing its recruitment drive to employ more cyber-experts for digital security.