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Trump's travel ban: US Supreme Court allows part of it

In what appears to be a victory for Donald Trump, the Supreme Court has let the present administration enforce its 90-day ban on travelers coming from the six Muslim-dominated countries.

Another federal court upholds block on Trump's travel ban

Yet another court has upheld a block on US President Donald Trump's revised travel ban.

02 Apr 2017

Michael Flynn

White House: Flynn failed to disclose Russian income

The White House stated that former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn failed to disclose income he received from a Russian television network and another Russian firm.

01 Apr 2017

Michael Flynn

Trump calls Russia probe "witch hunt"

US President Donald Trump has called the probe into his teams' connections with Moscow a "witch hunt." His statements come after Trump's former National Security Adviser's lawyer said he would testify if he was granted immunity.

31 Mar 2017

Michael Flynn

Fired Trump NSA seeks immunity to testify on Russia interference

Michael Flynn, US President Donald Trump's recently fired national security adviser, has sought immunity to testify at hearings regarding Russia's alleged US election interference.

28 Mar 2017

Michael Flynn

Trump-Russia relations: Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner to be interrogated

President Donald Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, will be questioned by a US intelligence committee that is investigating alleged ties between President Trump and Russia.

21 Mar 2017

Michael Flynn

FBI confirms investigation into alleged Russian interference in US elections

FBI Director James Comey confirmed for the first time that the agency is investigating Russian interference in the US presidential elections of November 2016.

No evidence of Obama wiretapping Trump Tower: FBI director

FBI Director James Comey informed the US House of Representatives Intelligence Committee that there is no evidence supporting President Donald Trump's allegations of former president Barack Obama wiretapping Trump Tower in October 2016.

We owe no money to US or NATO: Germany clarifies

After US President Donald Trump tweeted about Germany owing "vast sums of money to NATO & the United States…", Germany rejected the claims, saying "There is no debt account at NATO."

20 Mar 2017

US Secret Service

Man arrested for making threats at White House gate

Authorities arrested an unidentified individual for driving up to a White house checkpoint and threatening to attack it with a bomb.

Trump's budget plans to cut foreign aid draws criticism

President Donald Trump's budget outline has drawn sharp criticism even from fellow Republicans.

Fundamental differences crop up in Merkel-Trump's first meeting

Stark disagreements between German Chancellor Merkel and President Donald Trump on almost everything from enterprise to immigration were evident during the first encounter at the White House.

Senate intelligence panel rejects Trump's wiretap claims

The Senate Intelligence panel stated that there were "no indications" that the Trump Tower was under surveillance by the US government.

Travel ban: US judge blocks Trump's new executive order

On March 16, a federal judge blocked Trump's renewed travel ban, hours before it was scheduled to begin.

Trump's 2005 tax returns leaked

Two pages of President Donald Trump's tax returns from 2005 were released to the public by MSNBC. The White House condemned the move, saying that it was illegal.

Trump tried to call US Attorney Bharara before firing him

US officials said that President Donald Trump had attempted to call Preet Bharara before firing him, however Bharara did not take the call.

Trump asked to clarify allegations against Obama

US Senator John McCain has asked President Trump to either retract the allegations he made against former President Obama, or substantiate it with evidence.

Trump asks 46 US attorneys to resign

46 serving US attorneys, including Indian-American US Attorney General for Southern District of New York, Preet Bharara have been asked to resign by US President Donald Trump.

12 Mar 2017

US Secret Service

Intruder caught at White House while Trump was home

The US Secret Service confirmed that an individual carrying a back-pack was arrested on the White House grounds after he managed to breach an outer perimeter fence.

FIFA President concerned over Trump's ban

FIFA President Gianni Infantino has raised his concerns over travel ban on the Muslim-majority countries by the President of United States saying that it would hurt the nation's bid to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup.

08 Mar 2017

Washington DC

Trump administration may target spouses of H-1B visa

Trump administration has ratcheted its attempts to cut down foreign immigrant workers in US.

White House says 'no question that something happened' with wiretapping

Sean Spicer, the White House press secretary, declined to provide specific information supporting President Donald Trump's earlier tweets accusing former President Barack Obama of wiretapping Trump during the election.

06 Mar 2017


'House of Cards' director wants Trump's Twitter account shut

Twitter has received an unusual demand from Beau Willimon, the creator of the popular and riveting political drama, 'House of Cards'.

FBI Director rejects Trump's wiretapping allegation

Trump's allegations of his phone being tapped by Obama were denied by the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), James Comey.

Obama denies bugging Trump Tower

Former US President Barack Obama's spokesperson Kevin Lewis stated that "neither President Obama nor any White House official ever ordered surveillance on any US citizen. Any suggestion otherwise is simply false."

Trump's attorney general to respond in writing about Russia contacts

US Attorney General Jeff Sessions will respond in writing to questions by Senate Democrats about his meetings with Russia's ambassador to the US last year.

03 Mar 2017

Russia News

Sweden re-introduces military conscription

The Swedish government has voted to bring back military conscription. According to sources, service will be made compulsory form 1 January 2018.

Trump's attorney general Sessions quits Russia investigation

Attorney General Jeff Sessions succumbed to pressure and recused himself from an FBI investigation into Russia's alleged interference in the US election.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions met Russian ambassador during campaign

During the presidential campaign, Trump's attorney general Jeff Sessions met the Russian ambassador to the US Sergey Kislyak twice, the Washington Post reported, citing Justice Department officials.

02 Mar 2017

Michael Flynn

US intelligence panel agrees to probe Trump-Russia ties

An American congressional committee has agreed to an investigation into the Moscow's alleged interference in last year's US presidential elections.

Trump promises "renewal of the American spirit" in Congress speech

US President Donald Trump has promised a "renewal of the American spirit" during his first Joint address to Congress.

01 Mar 2017

Tesla Model 3

Goldman Sachs downgrades Tesla, shares fall further

Shares of Tesla fell by 5% after a downgrade by Goldman Sachs (GS) from "neutral" to "sell", triggering speculations that Tesla's Model 3 production might be delayed further. "Sell" refers to an analyst's recommendation to exit a stock.

US Senate confirms Wilbur Ross as commerce secretary in vote

The US Senate voted 72-27 in favour of confirming billionaire investor Wilbur Ross as US commerce secretary.

28 Feb 2017

Strait of Hormuz

Trump seeks to hike US defence spending by 10%

President Donald Trump is looking to increase American defence spending by 10% in his proposed budget plan for 2018.

US governors unite for infrastructure wishlists

The governors of all American states met at the National Governors Association.

27 Feb 2017

Barack Obama

Ex-White House staffer blames Trump's anti-Islamic rhetoric for quitting

Rumana Ahmed, a Hijab-clad Muslim former White House staffer, has opened up about why she quit her job, eight days after President Donald Trump took office.

27 Feb 2017

Michael Flynn

Trump Navy secretary nominee withdraws nomination

Philip Bilden, private equity investor and Army veteran, has withdrawn his nomination as US President Donald Trump's secretary of the US Navy, due to his business interests.

26 Feb 2017

Trump Administration

Trump may skip White House correspondents' dinner

In a break from tradition, US President Donald Trump indicated that he may not attend the annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner.

25 Feb 2017

Trump Administration

White House bars key media outlets from briefings

In what appears to be an intensifying conflict between Trump Administration and media, several prominent news outlets have been excluded from covering White House's daily briefings.

25 Feb 2017

North Korea

Trump seeks US nuclear supremacy

US President Donald Trump has stated that he would want to see the US at "top of the pack", when it comes to nuclear weapons.