Articles about Bill Clinton

Harris to host 'women empowerment' talk with rape-accused Bill Clinton

24 Mar 2021

Harris to host 'women empowerment' talk with rape-accused Bill Clinton

United States Vice President Kamala Harris is set to address an event on Friday alongside former President Bill Clinton.

This year's Oscar documentary race has two ex-US Presidents' connections

08 Mar 2021

This year's Oscar documentary race has two ex-US Presidents' connections

The Academy Awards aka Oscars are touted as Hollywood's and the world's most prestigious film awards.

Democracy has prevailed: Biden sworn in as 46th US President

20 Jan 2021

Democracy has prevailed: Biden sworn in as 46th US President

More than two months after he won the election, on the promise of healing a broken nation, Democrat Joe Biden was sworn-in as the 46th President of United States of America in Washington DC.

Day after Capitol violence, Trump concedes, talks of 'healing,' 'reconciliation'

08 Jan 2021

Day after Capitol violence, Trump concedes, talks of 'healing,' 'reconciliation'

After peddling misinformation since November, claiming that Democrats stole the election, and approaching courts, United States President Donald Trump came the closest to conceding on Thursday (local time), a day after the violence at Capitol shamed his country and shocked the globe.

Disgraceful, horrific, distressing: World leaders condemn chaos at US Capitol

07 Jan 2021

Disgraceful, horrific, distressing: World leaders condemn chaos at US Capitol

Leaders from across the world denounced the violence at the United States Capitol, saying that the mayhem was in sharp contrast to the democratic values of the nation.

Donald Trump extends restrictions on work visas, immigration till March

01 Jan 2021

Donald Trump extends restrictions on work visas, immigration till March

Outgoing United States President Donald Trump extended curbs on legal immigration and visas, that allowed foreigners to temporarily work in the country, till March 31, 2021, just hours before the restrictions were set to lapse yesterday.

Coronavirus: WHO eyeing half-billion vaccine doses by 2021's first quarter

05 Dec 2020

Coronavirus: WHO eyeing half-billion vaccine doses by 2021's first quarter

With encouraging news about the coronavirus vaccine trickling in, the World Health Organization said on Friday that it is expecting nearly half a billion doses will be available for distribution by the first quarter of 2021 under the global COVAX initiative.

#USAElections2020: Trump or Biden, who's winning key battleground states?

04 Nov 2020

#USAElections2020: Trump or Biden, who's winning key battleground states?

The United States Presidential race between Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden remains as nail-biting as it did when the counting of votes had first started.

'The West Wing' play trailer remakes a fan-favorite, unforgettable episode

11 Oct 2020

'The West Wing' play trailer remakes a fan-favorite, unforgettable episode

The West Wing is returning to win hearts (again) theatrically and its trailer sweeps you away with a myriad of emotions, the first being a responsible citizen.

Donald Trump terms rival Joe Biden as voters' "worst nightmare"

21 Aug 2020

Donald Trump terms rival Joe Biden as voters' "worst nightmare"

On Thursday, US President Donald Trump tore into his Democratic opponent Joe Biden just outside the latter's Pennsylvania birthplace of Scranton, calling him the "voters' worst nightmare."

Democrats name Joe Biden as official challenger to President Trump

19 Aug 2020

Democrats name Joe Biden as official challenger to President Trump

On Tuesday, USA's Democratic Party named former Vice President Joe Biden as the official candidate for the 2020 Presidential Elections, to take on incumbent President Donald Trump this November.

Hollywood producer Steve Bing dies by suicide at 55

23 Jun 2020

Hollywood producer Steve Bing dies by suicide at 55

Hollywood film producer, screenwriter and philanthropist Steve Bing has passed away at the age of 55.

Linda Tripp, whose tapes exposed Bill Clinton's affair, dies

09 Apr 2020

Linda Tripp, whose tapes exposed Bill Clinton's affair, dies

Linda Tripp, who secretly recorded her conversations with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky that exposed ex-US President Bill Clinton's sex scandal leading to his impeachment, died on Wednesday at the age of 70.

Trump declares national emergency in US as coronavirus crisis deepens

14 Mar 2020

Trump declares national emergency in US as coronavirus crisis deepens

After worrying and angering his countrymen with his lax approach towards the coronavirus problem, United States President Donald Trump on Friday declared a national emergency.

Clinton had sexual relationship with Monica to 'deal' with anxiety

06 Mar 2020

Clinton had sexual relationship with Monica to 'deal' with anxiety

Bill Clinton, one of the three American Presidents to have been impeached, said in a new documentary about his wife Hillary that his affair with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky in 1990s was his way of dealing with anxiety.

Delhi: Trump will stay at suite costing Rs. 8 lakh/night

21 Feb 2020

Delhi: Trump will stay at suite costing Rs. 8 lakh/night

With US President Donald Trump and his family members arriving in India next week, the ITC Maurya in Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, has made elaborate arrangements for the esteemed guests.

On India trip, Trump likely to visit Ahmedabad, Delhi, Agra

08 Feb 2020

On India trip, Trump likely to visit Ahmedabad, Delhi, Agra

US President Donald Trump is taking a leaf from his 'friend' Prime Minister Narendra Modi's book.

Michelle Obama wins Grammy award for 'Becoming' audiobook

27 Jan 2020

Michelle Obama wins Grammy award for 'Becoming' audiobook

The former First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama added yet another feather in her cap, as she won her maiden Grammy award.

#TrumpImpeachment: President Donald Trump impeached in historic US House vote

19 Dec 2019

#TrumpImpeachment: President Donald Trump impeached in historic US House vote

In a historic vote, the US House of Representatives voted to approve the impeachment charges against President Donald Trump to remove him from office on Wednesday.

Prince Andrew steps back from royal duties after Epstein row

21 Nov 2019

Prince Andrew steps back from royal duties after Epstein row

The Duke of York, Prince Andrew (59), will be withdrawing himself from royal duties "for the foreseeable future" over his controversial relationship with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Trump accused of intimidating impeachment witness Yovanovitch through tweets

16 Nov 2019

Trump accused of intimidating impeachment witness Yovanovitch through tweets

United States President Donald Trump blasted a former US ambassador to Ukraine as she testified in an impeachment hearing in Congress on Friday.

US House approves process to impeach Donald Trump

01 Nov 2019

US House approves process to impeach Donald Trump

The US House of Representatives on Thursday voted to approve the process of President Donald Trump's impeachment.

Did Bill Gates lie about relationship with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein?

15 Oct 2019

Did Bill Gates lie about relationship with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein?

A recent report has revealed that Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates had met late US financier Jeffrey Epstein "many times" despite having knowledge of his sexual crimes against children.

Global Business Forum: Modi invites businesses to invest in India

25 Sep 2019

Global Business Forum: Modi invites businesses to invest in India

On Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered keynote address at Bloomberg Global Business Forum in New York.

US House formally begins impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump

25 Sep 2019

US House formally begins impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump

The US House of Representatives formally started an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, who is accused of taking help from a foreign leader to harm a political rival.

These 7 documentaries on YouTube are a must watch

31 Aug 2019

These 7 documentaries on YouTube are a must watch

Documentaries are not like films, as they are supposed to showcase reality.

Poor people can't legally immigrate to Trump's America anymore

13 Aug 2019

Poor people can't legally immigrate to Trump's America anymore

In what could cut legal immigration to the United States by half, the Trump administration said yesterday that those seeking public benefits could be denied green cards.

Jeffrey Epstein, accused in sex-trafficking case, dead in apparent suicide

11 Aug 2019

Jeffrey Epstein, accused in sex-trafficking case, dead in apparent suicide

Disgraced US financier Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in his prison cell in an apparent suicide on Saturday.

US: House speaker Pelosi says Trump 'just not worth' impeaching

12 Mar 2019

US: House speaker Pelosi says Trump 'just not worth' impeaching

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, America's most powerful Democrat, said in remarks published yesterday that she doesn't support impeaching Donald Trump, arguing the Republican president is "just not worth it."

What made anti-nuclear test crusader George Fernandes participate in Pokhran?

29 Jan 2019

What made anti-nuclear test crusader George Fernandes participate in Pokhran?

George Fernandes' demise on Tuesday, January 29, has left a void in Indian politics and leaders across the spectrum have united to remember the fearless man.

Trump cancels US delegation's visit to Davos amid shutdown

18 Jan 2019

Trump cancels US delegation's visit to Davos amid shutdown

US President Donald Trump has canceled the US delegation's trip to the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) at Davos, Switzerland, due to the partial government shutdown, which entered its 27th-day yesterday.

Trump pushes for steel-barrier along US-Mexico border to end shutdown

07 Jan 2019

Trump pushes for steel-barrier along US-Mexico border to end shutdown

US President Donald Trump has offered to erect a steel barrier rather than a concrete wall along the southern border with Mexico to iron out differences with Democrats over the issue, which has led to a partial government shutdown for a fortnight now.

US government shutdown to drag on to 2019

28 Dec 2018

US government shutdown to drag on to 2019

It has been over six days since the US government partially shut down, and there seems to be no solution in sight.

Partial US government shutdown to last through Christmas

23 Dec 2018

Partial US government shutdown to last through Christmas

It seems like the partial US government shutdown is set to last through Christmas.

Six politicians who professed their love for their wives, unabashedly

02 Dec 2018

Six politicians who professed their love for their wives, unabashedly

Politicians are mostly vocal about everything: their party, its policies, opposition and their follies.

Former US President, George HW Bush dies at 94

01 Dec 2018

Former US President, George HW Bush dies at 94

George HW Bush, the 41st President of United States, died on Friday. He was 94 years old.

Bomb found at home of Hillary and Bill Clinton: Reports

24 Oct 2018

Bomb found at home of Hillary and Bill Clinton: Reports

In a rather worrisome development, two senior law enforcement officials reportedly confirmed that a suspicious package was found at the home of Hillary and Bill Clinton in New York City suburb in Chappaqua.

Hillary on Clinton-Lewinsky affair: Bill hadn't abused power

15 Oct 2018

Hillary on Clinton-Lewinsky affair: Bill hadn't abused power

With the #MeToo movement having gathered momentum, former US President Bill Clinton's affair with intern Monica Lewinsky has come under fresh scrutiny.

#DeshKeAtal: Facts to know about Atalji- marvelous orator, brilliant statesman

16 Aug 2018

#DeshKeAtal: Facts to know about Atalji- marvelous orator, brilliant statesman

As Atal Bihari Vajpayee is battling illness and age, his niece Kanti Mishra said she wanted to hear him speak one more time. This is precisely the emotion of the nation which rallied behind Vajpayee and adored him for decades.

Kargil Vijay Diwas: The conflict, the victory and the lessons

26 Jul 2018

Kargil Vijay Diwas: The conflict, the victory and the lessons

India's military victory against Pakistan in the Kargil conflict in 1999 is celebrated on July 26.