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.
10 Sep 2019
Has Sarah Palin's husband filed for divorce after 31-year-long marriage?
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's husband, Todd Palin, has reportedly filed for divorce after 31 years of marriage.
31 Dec 2018
#ThatWas2018: Remembering some bright souls who left us this year
Some extraordinary people, who were known for their amazing stories (Stan Lee), their music (Avicii), their stupendous brains (Stephen Hawking), and their service to their nation (George HW Bush) died this year.
30 Aug 2018
Crowds brave Arizona heat to pay respects to John McCain
Hundreds of people paid their respects to US Senator John McCain yesterday, standing for hours in the broiling Arizona sun before filing past the flag-draped casket that his tearful wife, Cindy, lovingly pressed her face against after a ceremony for the former North Vietnam prisoner of war.
27 Aug 2018
Donald Trump draws US flag wrong, gets trolled on Twitter
It's been a stressful week for US President Donald Trump, as two of his ex-associates have been arrested on charges of finance violations.
26 Aug 2018
US Senator and war-hero John McCain dies at 81
US Senator John McCain breathed his last on Saturday surrounded by his family, an announcement from his office revealed. He was 81.
20 Jul 2018
Trump invites Putin to Washington. Next step of friendship?
US President Donald Trump has instructed his top national security aide to invite Russian President Vladimir Putin to Washington later this year and the "discussions are already underway", the White House has said.
17 Jul 2018
Trump embarrassed US; acted like Putin's 'fanboy': Arnold Schwarzenegger
Veteran action star and former California Governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, has attacked President Donald Trump saying he acted like a "fanboy" of Russian President Vladimir Putin in their embarrassing press conference.
24 Mar 2018
Trump administration bans transgender people from serving in the military
On Friday, the White House announced a policy which bans transgender people from serving in the US military "except under certain limited circumstances".
04 Feb 2018
Trump-Russia connection: Democrats claim firing special counsel will cause crisis
The crisis surrounding Russia's alleged involvement in US elections has worsened.
18 Jan 2018
Trump's 'highly-anticipated' fake news 'awards' are out
President Donald Trump keeps his word. He promised a US-Mexico border wall, he's apparently building it. He promised "immigration reform", he's doing it.
28 Dec 2017
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.
25 Dec 2017
Bruce McCandless, first astronaut to fly untethered in space, dies
Bruce McCandless, the NASA astronaut who became the first person to float untethered in outer-space died at 80.
11 Oct 2017
Eminem unleashes furious rap against 'kamikaze, racist, orange' Trump
Eminem unleashed a furious four-minute attack on President Donald Trump in a rap video broadcast during the BET Hip-Hop Awards.
23 Sep 2017
McCain again torpedoes Republicans' plan to repeal Obamacare in Senate
Senator John McCain said he "cannot in good conscience" vote in favor of his fellow Republicans' latest efforts to repeal the Obamacare healthcare programme.
21 Aug 2017
US warship collides with oil tanker, 10 sailors missing
US Navy destroyer USS John McCain has collided with a Liberian-flagged oil tanker off the coast of Singapore, leaving 10 sailors missing and another five injured.
09 Aug 2017
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.
28 Jul 2017
John McCain's revolt leads to Obamacare repeal bill failure
The latest attempt by the Republican-controlled US Senate to repeal the Obamacare healthcare program has failed.
20 Jul 2017
Veteran US senator John McCain diagnosed with brain cancer
80-year-old veteran Republican Senator John McCain has been diagnosed with brain cancer, his office has revealed.
11 Jul 2017
Trump backtracks on joint US-Russia cyber unity proposal following criticism
President Donald Trump has backtracked on a proposal to set up a cyber security unit with Russia.
03 Jul 2017
John McCain: 'No peace in Afghanistan without Pakistan's cooperation'
Senior US Senator John McCain said during a visit to Islamabad that there could be "no peace" in Afghanistan or the South Asian region without Pakistan's cooperation.
14 Jun 2017
US admits it isn't winning war in Afghanistan
US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis admitted to Congress that the US is "not winning" the war against Taliban militants in Afghanistan.
11 May 2017
Trump defends decision, says Comey wasn't "doing a good job"
President Donald Trump justified his decision to fire FBI director James Comey, saying "he was not doing a good job."
26 Mar 2017
India US relations: Doval in Washington to improve security ties
Indian National Security Adviser Ajit Doval visited Washington to meet his counterpart McMaster and US defence secretary James Mattis, in an attempt to strengthen bilateral security ties.
24 Mar 2017
Trump surveillance: Republican Nunes apologizes over handling of info
Republican head of the US House of Representatives Intelligence Committee Devin Nunes apologized after facing criticism for calling a news conference to discuss allegations about spy agency's surveillance of President Donald Trump and his team.
23 Mar 2017
Report suggests Trump's campaign manager has ties to Moscow
Reports have suggested that Donald trump's campaign manager, Paul Manafort had extensive links to Moscow, and was involved with Russian individuals in an attempt to "greatly benefit the Putin Government."
21 Mar 2017
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.
17 Mar 2017
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.
13 Mar 2017
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.
07 Mar 2017
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
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.
05 Mar 2017
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."
28 Feb 2017
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.
10 Nov 2016
Concession speech, delivered Hillary Clinton style
Hillary Clinton delivered her speech at the New Yorker Hotel in New York City, conceding the election to Donald Trump.
10 Oct 2016
Donald Trump clashes with Hillary Clinton in presidential debate
In the second US Presidential debate, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton sparred over a melange of different topics