Articles about United States President

US kills al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri in drone strike

02 Aug 2022

World
US kills al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri in drone strike

Al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri—one of the most wanted terrorists in the world and the architect of the US September 11, 2001, terror attacks—has been killed in an American drone strike in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Chicago: Shooter, who killed 6 at July 4 parade, arrested

05 Jul 2022

World
Chicago: Shooter, who killed 6 at July 4 parade, arrested

The US police arrested a 22-year-old man who allegedly opened fire at a July 4 parade in Chicago's Highland Park, killing six and wounding two dozen others on Monday.

When US President Joe Biden fell off a bicycle

19 Jun 2022

World
When US President Joe Biden fell off a bicycle

President of the United States Joe Biden fell off his bike on Saturday while attempting to dismount after stopping to speak with a gathering of people at Cape Henlopen State Park around his Delaware beach home.

Tikait urges NRIs to protest during PM's New York event

24 Sep 2021

India
Tikait urges NRIs to protest during PM's New York event

Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait on Friday appealed to Indians living in the US to hold a protest during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's program in New York on Saturday in support of the 10-month-long farmers' agitation at Delhi's borders.

US witnesses resurgence of COVID-19 cases; children most affected

08 Aug 2021

World
US witnesses resurgence of COVID-19 cases; children most affected

The United States is witnessing an alarming surge in COVID-19 cases driven by the highly transmissible Delta variant.

HBO drops three-part 'Obama' documentary trailer, reveals its release date

22 Jul 2021

Entertainment
HBO drops three-part 'Obama' documentary trailer, reveals its release date

HBO has recently dropped the trailer of a documentary, Obama: In Pursuit of a More Perfect Union.

Biden launches '100-days mask challenge,' makes quarantine mandatory for travelers

22 Jan 2021

World
Biden launches '100-days mask challenge,' makes quarantine mandatory for travelers

US President Joe Biden has signed a series of executive orders to address COVID-19 challenges, including making coronavirus test followed by quarantine mandatory for all travelers coming from overseas.

US House set to vote to impeach Trump on Wednesday

13 Jan 2021

World
US House set to vote to impeach Trump on Wednesday

The US House of Representatives is all set to vote on articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump on Wednesday.

First Air India One for President, PM to arrive today

01 Oct 2020

India
First Air India One for President, PM to arrive today

The first of the two VVIP custom-made Boeing 777 aircraft, which will be used to fly the President, the Vice President, and the Prime Minister, will arrive on Thursday.

All sacked cops involved in George Floyd case face charges

04 Jun 2020

World
All sacked cops involved in George Floyd case face charges

After over a week of intense protests in the United States against the death of a Black man in police custody, new charges have been introduced against all four sacked police officers involved.

Trump threatens retaliation if India doesn't export Hydroxychloroquine to US

07 Apr 2020

World
Trump threatens retaliation if India doesn't export Hydroxychloroquine to US

US President Donald Trump has declared India might face retaliation if New Delhi doesn't clear the export of Hydroxychloroquine, an anti-malarial drug that the United States President has touted as a "game-changer" in the battle against coronavirus.

I'm number 1 on Facebook, Modi is number 2: Trump

15 Feb 2020

World
I'm number 1 on Facebook, Modi is number 2: Trump

Before his maiden visit to India as the United States President, Donald Trump has sort of compared his Facebook popularity with the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Iowa caucus: Gay US presidential candidate Buttigieg takes early lead

05 Feb 2020

World
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.

Why Tulsi Gabbard, US Presidential candidate, sued Google for $50mn

27 Jul 2019

World
Why Tulsi Gabbard, US Presidential candidate, sued Google for $50mn

United States Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard has sued tech giant Google for discriminating against her 2020 election campaign.

Donald Trump says 'tariff king' India wants to start trade

02 Oct 2018

World
Donald Trump says 'tariff king' India wants to start trade

On Monday, Donald Trump called India 'tariff king' amid the existing trade tensions between the two countries, and claimed New Delhi wanted to start trade talks with Washington, as they wanted to keep him happy.

Donald Trump holds unscheduled news conference

17 Feb 2017

World
Donald Trump holds unscheduled news conference

On Thursday, Donald Trump scheduled a spontaneous news conference for the purpose of taking his message "straight to the people".

E-cigarettes now a public health threat, according to Surgeon General

10 Dec 2016

Technology
E-cigarettes now a public health threat, according to Surgeon General

A new report released by the Surgeon General of the United States includes e-cigarettes as a major health threat to the public.