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16 Aug 2017Charlottesville
Trump backtracks, blames "both sides" over Charlottesville violence
US President Donald Trump said both left- and right-wing extremists are to be blamed for the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, that left one person dead and others injured.
15 Aug 2017Afghanistan
You've understood the errors of your predecessors: Taliban tells Trump
Lauding US President Donald Trump for "(understanding) the errors of your predecessors", the Taliban has wrote an open letter to him, urging him to withdraw American troops from Afghanistan.
15 Aug 2017North Korea
Amid North Korea crisis, Trump orders trade probe against China
Amid the North Korea crisis, US President Donald Trump ordered a probe into China's unfair trade practices.
14 Aug 2017Virginia
Virginia violence: White House defends Trump's controversial response
US President Donald Trump has come under criticism for not explicitly condemning white supremacists that most are blaming for the Charlottesville violence.
14 Aug 2017South Korea
North Korea: Will Kim Jong-un press the nuclear launch button?
Most of us are not strangers to North Korea's nuclear missile antics. The hype around them usually heighten and fade almost as quickly.
13 Aug 2017Venezuela
Venezuela crisis: Latin America condemns Trump's military response threat
Latin American trading bloc, Mercosur has condemned President Trump's remark threatening Venezuela with a military response.
13 Aug 2017Virginia
Virginia: Far-right rally turns violent, 1 killed and 19 injured
In a disturbing instance, a car rammed into a crowd opposing a far-right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia killing one person and leaving 19 injured.
12 Aug 2017North Korea
Trump: N.Korea can expect "big, big trouble" if Guam attacked
President Donald Trump said North Korea could expect "big, big trouble" if it attacks the US Pacific territory of Guam.
11 Aug 2017Russia News
Did Trump just thank Putin for taking away American jobs?
In a somewhat bizarre move, US President Donald Trump appears to have thanked his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin for taking away American jobs.
11 Aug 2017Airbnb
Trump's NYC home now on Airbnb for $725 a night!
Airbnb has another luxurious listing now: US President Donald Trump's New York City home in Queens, where he spent his childhood.
11 Aug 2017New Jersey
US opioid crisis: President Trump declares national emergency
Acknowledging the seriousness of the US opioid crisis, President Donald Trump has officially declared it a national emergency.
11 Aug 2017North Korea
Trump warns North Korea should be "very, very nervous"
Trump warned North Korea that it should be "very, very nervous" if it even as much as thinks about attacking the US or its allies.
10 Aug 2017White House
Trump Chicken "steaks out" in protest near White House
US President Donald Trump is away from the White House on vacation. And already, we may see a coop in the West Wing.
10 Aug 2017United States of America
FBI raids ex-Trump campaign chief's house over Russia probe
The FBI raided Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort's residence in Virginia, on July 26, Manafort's spokesman has confirmed.
10 Aug 2017North Korea
North Korea: Plan to bomb Guam will be ready soon
The war of words between America and North Korea continues unabated.
09 Aug 2017North Korea
North Korea considering missile strikes on US territory of Guam
There appears to be no sign of de-escalation of tensions between the US and North Korea.
08 Aug 2017Hillary Clinton
How pro-gun Trump unknowingly hurt America's firearm industry
American gunmakers and sellers overwhelmingly favored Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton in the run up to the 2016 US presidential election.
08 Aug 2017Twitter
Trump breaks 64-years of precedent, gives just one solo presser
US President Donald Trump's dislike for the news media is no secret, he largely prefers Twitter for disseminating information.
07 Aug 2017White House
Pence rejects reports that he's running for president in 2020
US Vice-President Mike Pence has dismissed a New York Times report stating that he was preparing to run for president in 2020.
06 Aug 2017South Korea
UN's Permanent-Five imposes fresh sanctions on North Korea
Intending to penalize North Korea for keeping its ballistic missile program alive, the UN Security Council unanimously imposed sanctions banning North Korean exports and limiting foreign investment.
05 Aug 2017Haryana
Trump and Modi to receive rakhis from remote Haryanvi village
With rakhi approaching, Donald Trump is set to received 1001 rakhis from a remote village in Haryana.
05 Aug 2017Climate Change
UN Secretary-General wants US to re-engage in Paris Agreement
After receiving the US's formal communication regarding its exit from Paris Agreement, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres urged the nation to re-engage in the climate deal.
05 Aug 2017Trump Administration
Trump administration appoints 3 Indian-Americans to top govt. roles
The US Senate has confirmed three-Indian Americans for key posts in the government after they were nominated by President Donald Trump.
04 Aug 2017Russia News
US special counsel Mueller assembles grand jury over Russia probe
Justice Department Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is investigating allegations of Russia's election interference, has reportedly assembled a grand jury.
04 Aug 2017Hollywood
Trump's movie career: Won the "Worst Supporting Actor" award
Did you know Donald Trump almost played the US President even before he ran for it? He was offered the role in the 2015 TV-film Sharknado 3.
03 Aug 2017North Korea
Russia says US sanctions law equivalent to 'trade war' declaration
Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev said the latest sanctions imposed by America on it are equivalent to a declaration of a "full-scale trade war" against Moscow.
03 Aug 2017Immigrants
Trump backs restrictions on legal-immigration, what it means for India?
US President Donald Trump has now signed a new law which is likely to curb legal immigration and reduce the number of green cards issued in a year.
03 Aug 2017North Korea
Trump gives up, signs Russia sanctions bill, mulls China sanctions
President Trump has signed the legislation imposing sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea for violating international norms.
02 Aug 2017Twitter
"Won't stay off social media", says Donald Trump
US President Donald Trump's Twitter addiction is well known; he recently made it clear that he wouldn't quit using social media as it was the only way for him to "get the truth out".
02 Aug 2017White House
US Senate confirms Christopher Wray as new FBI director
The US Senate has confirmed Christopher Wray as the new director of the FBI in a 92-5 vote.
02 Aug 2017North Korea
US rules out regime change in North Korea, wants dialogue
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said his government isn't seeking a regime change in North Korea.
01 Aug 2017Venezuela
Two key Venezuelan opposition leaders arrested after constituent assembly election
Venezuelan opposition leaders Leopoldo López and Antonio Ledezma have been rearrested on accusations of inciting violence in 2014 during anti-government demonstrations.
01 Aug 2017Venezuela
Maduro claims victory in controversial constituent assembly vote
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has claimed victory in the controversial election for a constituent assembly.
01 Aug 2017South Korea
Trump: "We will handle North Korea"
US President Donald Trump said his administration "will handle North Korea."
01 Aug 2017White House
Trump's media chief sacked just 10 days after appointment
The White House under Donald Trump is increasingly looking like an episode of 'The Apprentice.'
31 Jul 2017South Korea
Trump slams China over North Korean missile test
US President Donald Trump slammed China for not reining in North Korean leader Kim Jong-un after the regime tested a ballistic missile which it claims can cover all of America.
31 Jul 2017White House
Putin responds to US sanctions, expels 755 American diplomatic staff
Russian President Vladimir Putin has retaliated against fresh US sanctions by announcing that 755 staff members must quit US diplomatic missions by September 1.
29 Jul 2017DNA
Charlie Gard dies after battling for 11 months
Charlie Gard, the baby who had been at the center of a high-profile court battle passed away on 28th July.
29 Jul 2017White House
Trump's chief of staff forced out in stormy White House
US President Donald Trump has forced out White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, replacing him with Homeland Security secretary John Kelly.