Yusuf Mehdi, senior vice president of Microsoft's Interactive Entertainment Business, discusses the Xbox One uses for television viewing during a press event in Redmond, Washington, May 21, 2013.
New York Yankees and English Premier League football club Manchester City launch New York City Football Club for 2015
Region susceptible to tornadoes when cold, dry air moving south from Canada meets warm, moist air from the Gulf of Mexico
As emergency workers sift through wreckage, survivors tell experiences after tornado destroyed neighborhoods, homes, businesses, schools
President promises urgent government response to people in Moore, Oklahoma, where severe weather left dozens of people dead
Court says federal government is not required to release photos taken of al-Qaida leader after he was killed by special forces
Douglas Shulman 'dismayed and saddened' to learn that conservative groups were targeted for special scrutiny
The deadly tornado that ripped through the midwestern state of Oklahoma on Monday left entire neighborhoods flattened, homes, businesses and schools destroyed. As emergency workers sift through the wreckage Tuesday, survivors are sharing their experiences. VOA's Jeff Custer has more.
Officials in the central U.S. state of Oklahoma say a massive tornado Monday left behind a trail of destruction, leaving a large number of people either dead or injured - many of them young school children. VOA's Richard Green has the latest on one of the worst natural disasters in U.S history.
Apple says it paid about $6 billion in US taxes in 2012, but investigators say it would have had to pay billions more without overseas accounts
Burmese President Thein Sein began a visit to Washington Sunday, joining a town hall meeting at the Voice of America. He met with President Barack Obama at the White House on Monday.
President Barack Obama and Burma's President Thein Sein discussed progress of reforms and difficult problems such as ethnic conflicts and religious strife in talks Monday at the White House. VOA senior White House correspondent Dan Robinson reports.
Thein Sein will continue his landmark visit to the US with a meeting with key senators Harry Reid and Mitch McConnell
More stormy weather is interfering with rescue efforts in Moore, Oklahoma, day after a monster tornado destroyed large parts town
US secretary of state says country is an 'important player' in region, and he wants to hear Sultan's views on the crisis
A longstanding health problem in California's Central Valley has worsened in recent years, leading health officials to order the relocation of 3,000 prisoners from two state prisons. But the disease affects much of the population in some rural communities and, Mike O'Sullivan reports, while it often goes unnoticed, it sometimes can be devastating for patients.
Disease affects some population, while it often goes unnoticed, it sometimes can be devastating for patients
Senate committee says Apple has avoided paying taxes on billions of dollars in profits
White House says upcoming trip will focus on strengthening economic growth, democratic institutions, and African leadership
Public diplomacy analysts say difference in perceptions dating back to Cold War era could hamper efforts