Elizabeth Warren: News

29 Jan 2021

Google

AOC urges US Congress to investigate Robinhood's GameStop freeze

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez called on the US Congress to investigate trading app Robinhood over its GameStop freeze.

25 Nov 2020

Donald Trump

Joe Biden says Trump administration making 'sincere' efforts for transition

United States President-elect Joe Biden said that the outgoing President Trump's administration has started reaching out to his transition team.

20 Aug 2020

Donald Trump

Kamala Harris formally accepts Vice-Presidential nomination, rips into Trump's tenure

The Democratic Party of the United States formally declared Kamala Harris, a first-time Senator from California, as its Vice-President candidate on the third night of the Democratic National Convention (DNC).

02 Jul 2020

Donald Trump

US records 52,000 coronavirus cases on Wednesday, biggest spike ever

In a worrying development, the United States reported 52,000 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, its biggest spike ever since.

27 Feb 2020

Narendra Modi

India deems US panel's statement on Delhi violence 'factually incorrect'

India on Thursday reacted to the comments made by the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) on the communal violence in Northeast Delhi.

05 Feb 2020

Donald Trump

Iowa caucus: Gay US presidential candidate Buttigieg takes early lead

The Democratic candidate for United States President, Pete Buttigieg, took an early lead in Iowa's caucuses, as per partial data released for Monday's caucus tallies.

03 Oct 2019

Facebook

US Presidential candidate Warren, Zuckerberg lock claws over #BreakUpBigTech

2020 US presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren is planning to break up tech giants including Facebook Inc, and CEO Mark Zuckerberg isn't pleased.

26 Jun 2019

Donald Trump

Google doesn't want "Trump situation" in 2020, undercover exposé claims

Once again, Google is at loggerheads with US President Donald Trump administration's supporters.

10 May 2019

Facebook

Facebook co-founder calls for 'breakup' of the social network

Chris Hughes, the man who worked with Mark Zuckerberg to bring Facebook to life, has called for a breakup of the social network.

25 Apr 2019

Donald Trump

US: Former Vice-President Joe Biden announces 2020 run for President

Former US Vice-President, Joe Biden, has formally announced that he is running for President in 2020, putting an end to speculations on Thursday.

07 Mar 2019

iPhone

Donald Trump calls Apple CEO Tim "Apple", Internet LOLs hard

According to US President Donald Trump, the last name of Apple CEO is "Apple" and not "Cook", and we aren't making this up.

12 Jan 2019

Donald Trump

Tulsi Gabbard announces 2020 presidential run to take on Trump

Tulsi Gabbard, the first Hindu lawmaker in the US Congress, has said that she is running for the White House in 2020.

13 Dec 2018

Donald Trump

Seriously considering running for US presidency in 2020: Tulsi Gabbard

Tulsi Gabbard, the first Hindu lawmaker in the US Congress, has hinted that she might be running for the White House in 2020.

12 Nov 2018

Donald Trump

Tulsi Gabbard considering to run for US presidency in 2020?

Tulsi Gabbard, the Congresswoman from Hawaii and the first Hindu lawmaker in the US Congress, is considering to run for the American presidency in 2020.

After 'Scary Time' comment, President Trump mocks #MeToo movement

US President Donald Trump has mocked the #MeToo movement again, saying that the campaign made it improper to use the phrase "the person who got away".

Indian-American senatorial candidate Shiva Ayyadurai attacked by 'racist' opponent supporter

An Indian-origin senatorial candidate in the US has been assaulted allegedly by a racist man who punched him in the face leaving him severely bleeding at a town hall in Massachusetts, according to media reports.

23 Jan 2018

Donald Trump

19th US shutdown ends in two days: Who won?

The US shutdown has been called off as Democrats and Republicans agreed to a short-term funding bill.

28 Dec 2017

Donald Trump

Barack Obama defeats Donald Trump as America's most admired man

Donald Trump might have clinched victory in the US presidential elections, but his predecessor is still the most admired man in America.

04 Nov 2017

Donald Trump

Top Democratic senator agrees her party rigged nomination for Clinton

Senator Elizabeth Warren has agreed that the Democratic party "rigged" its primary for Hillary Clinton to help her secure the presidential nomination.

09 Feb 2017

Donald Trump

Senate confirms Jeff Sessions as Trump's attorney general

The US Senate has voted 52-47 in favour of confirming Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions nomination for President Donald Trump's attorney general.

12 Jan 2017

Donald Trump

Sessions promises H-1B curbs

Jeff Sessions, Donald Trump's pick for Attorney General has promised to push legislative measures to curb the "misuse" of H-1B and L1 visas, used primarily by Indian professionals.

11 Jan 2017

Donald Trump

Trump's attorney general faces gruelling senate confirmation hearing, clarifies policies

Jeff Sessions, who has been nominated by US President-elect Donald Trump for the role of attorney general, is facing a gruelling Senate confirmation hearing, marred by protests.

31 Dec 2016

Samsung

The Top 10 business scandals of 2016

Businesses across the world have faced their share of scandals this year, ranging from sexual harassment, to fraud, to providing politically biased news.

Wells Fargo CEO steps down

In the wake of the fake account creation scandal, Wells Fargo announced that their CEO John Stumpf would retire, "effective immediately."

$200 million settlement for Well Fargo's CEO, Stumpf

As calls for the stepping down of Wells Fargo and Co.'s CEO John Stumpf grew louder, sources revealed that he may be entitled to a $200 million severance payout.

Senator says Wells Fargo CEO "should resign"

A US senator lambasted Wells Fargo and Co.'s CEO John Stumpf over his involvement in the unauthorized opening of over 2 million accounts to meet sales targets.

Warren Buffet loses $1.4 billion on Wells Fargo's accounting scandal

Warren Buffet's Berkshire Hathaway scripted massive losses of $1.4 billion over Wells Fargo's accounting scandal in just one day.