Articles about US Government

US study gives further credence to Wuhan Lab leak theory

08 Jun 2021

US study gives further credence to Wuhan Lab leak theory

After US President Joe Biden revealed that the intelligence community is now exploring the lab-leak hypothesis, a US government national laboratory has backed the theory postulating SARS-CoV-2 virus leaking from the virology labs in Wuhan, according to The Wall Street Journal report.

US House antitrust chairman mulling multiple bills targeting Big Tech

22 Mar 2021

US House antitrust chairman mulling multiple bills targeting Big Tech

David Cicilline, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee's antitrust panel is reportedly planning to announce ten or more pieces of legislation squarely aimed at Big Tech companies.

Trump fires parting salvo at Huawei, imposes further restrictions

18 Jan 2021

Trump fires parting salvo at Huawei, imposes further restrictions

During its final week in office and a year after it put Huawei on the Entity List, the Trump administration delivered another blow to the Chinese smartphone maker.

Spotify 'Car Thing' seeks FCC nod; significant redesign, features revealed

16 Jan 2021

Spotify 'Car Thing' seeks FCC nod; significant redesign, features revealed

Popular music streaming service Spotify has sought FCC certification for a new Bluetooth-enabled device dubbed Car Thing. Last heard of in 2019, the car companion has received a significant design revamp and no longer resembles the 2019 concept.

Oracle wins TikTok US bid, but not for 'full sale'

14 Sep 2020

Oracle wins TikTok US bid, but not for 'full sale'

After months of discussions and complications, Chinese giant ByteDance is finalizing a deal for the US business of TikTok.

China may let TikTok face US ban: Here's why

12 Sep 2020

China may let TikTok face US ban: Here's why

Chinese giant ByteDance is running out of time to comply with the Donald Trump administration's 'sell or close' order for TikTok US.

#ComicBytes: Everything you need to know about Keanu Reeves' BRZRKR

05 Sep 2020

#ComicBytes: Everything you need to know about Keanu Reeves' BRZRKR

From video games to motorcycles, Keanu Reeves has a knack for turning his hobbies into solid products.

Amid political turmoil, TikTok CEO Kevin Mayer steps down

27 Aug 2020

Amid political turmoil, TikTok CEO Kevin Mayer steps down

Kevin Mayer, the Chief Executive Officer of TikTok and Chief Operating Officer of its Chinese parent company ByteDance, has resigned from his posts.

Huawei phones may lose Android update support: Here's why

16 Aug 2020

Huawei phones may lose Android update support: Here's why

If you own a Huawei-built phone with Google's Android operating system, there is something you should know.

Ex-Google CEO is creating a 'tech school' for US government

22 Jul 2020

Ex-Google CEO is creating a 'tech school' for US government

The American government has roped in former Google CEO Eric Schmidt to create a new 'tech school' called US Digital Service Academy.

#ComicBytes: Five deadliest assassins in the Marvel Universe

26 Dec 2019

#ComicBytes: Five deadliest assassins in the Marvel Universe

With great power comes great responsibility, is a mantra most Marvel heroes follow, even the vigilante, Punisher.

Now, Amazon's AI converts patient-doctor conversation into medical record

03 Dec 2019

Now, Amazon's AI converts patient-doctor conversation into medical record

For years, doctors have been treating patients by spending time with them and then detailing their condition in their medical records.

#ComicBytes: Five worst things which Captain America has done

29 Nov 2019

#ComicBytes: Five worst things which Captain America has done

Captain America or Steve Rogers is considered to be one of the most upright characters in the Marvel Universe.

#ComicBytes: Five worst things which Captain America has done

30 Oct 2019

#ComicBytes: Five worst things which Captain America has done

Captain America or Steve Rogers is considered to be one of the most upright characters in the Marvel Universe.

Five deadliest assassins in the Marvel Universe

19 Sep 2019

Five deadliest assassins in the Marvel Universe

With great power comes great responsibility, is a mantra most Marvel heroes follow, even the vigilante, Punisher.

Five super weird facts about Superman

13 Sep 2019

Five super weird facts about Superman

Superman is one of DC's and our world's most recognizable superheroes.

#ComicBytes: Five lesser-known facts about Superman

09 Mar 2019

#ComicBytes: Five lesser-known facts about Superman

Superman is one of DC's and our world's most recognizable superheroes.

#ComicBytes: Five worst things which Captain America has done

15 Feb 2019

#ComicBytes: Five worst things which Captain America has done

Captain America or Steve Rogers is considered to be one of the most upright characters in the Marvel Universe.

Trump to sign funding deal; will declare national emergency anyway

15 Feb 2019

Trump to sign funding deal; will declare national emergency anyway

On Thursday, the White House, in a press conference, announced that US President Donald Trump would sign a government funding bill to avert another government shutdown.

US: Trump temporarily ends longest government shutdown in history

26 Jan 2019

US: Trump temporarily ends longest government shutdown in history

Amid mounting pressure and increasing disruptions in government functioning, US President Donald Trump, on Friday, sounded a strategic retreat and temporarily ended the longest US government shutdown in history.

US govt shutdown affecting FBI: Law & order at risk?

23 Jan 2019

US govt shutdown affecting FBI: Law & order at risk?

The ongoing partial US government shutdown, now the longest in history, has already resulted in hundreds of thousands of Federal employees working without pay.

#ComicBytes: Five super weird facts about Superman

19 Jan 2019

#ComicBytes: Five super weird facts about Superman

Superman is one of DC's and our world's most recognizable superheroes.

#Hamberders: Trump spells 'hamburgers' wrong, Burger King takes a dig

17 Jan 2019

#Hamberders: Trump spells 'hamburgers' wrong, Burger King takes a dig

The world is no stranger to US President Donald Trump's public gaffes.

Canadians buy US employees hundreds of pizzas as shutdown continues

14 Jan 2019

Canadians buy US employees hundreds of pizzas as shutdown continues

In a show of industry-wide support, Canadian air traffic controllers, over the past few days, have bought hundreds of pizzas for their cash-strapped American counterparts who are languishing as a result of the ongoing US government shutdown.

US government shutdown enters day 22, becomes longest in history

12 Jan 2019

US government shutdown enters day 22, becomes longest in history

The partial US government shutdown that began towards the end of last year has entered its 22nd day, making it the longest-ever US government shutdown in history.

Trump says 'prepared' to force shutdown for over a year

05 Jan 2019

Trump says 'prepared' to force shutdown for over a year

President Donald Trump said yesterday he was prepared to keep the US government closed for a year or more, as he stood firm on his contentious demand for billions of dollars to fund a border wall with Mexico.

#ThatWas2018: The highs and lows of the Trump presidency

30 Dec 2018

#ThatWas2018: The highs and lows of the Trump presidency

US President Donald Trump has ridden on waves of approval and disapproval since he came into power in 2016.

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.

US government shuts down after disputes over Trump's border wall

22 Dec 2018

US government shuts down after disputes over Trump's border wall

After the clock struck midnight on December 21, US local time, the US government went into a partial shutdown.

#ComicBytes: Five deadliest assassins in the Marvel Universe

02 Dec 2018

#ComicBytes: Five deadliest assassins in the Marvel Universe

With great power comes great responsibility, is a mantra most Marvel heroes follow, even the vigilante, Punisher.

US welcomes Saudi's 'decision' to independently refuel planes in Yemen-war

11 Nov 2018

US welcomes Saudi's 'decision' to independently refuel planes in Yemen-war

The US has welcomed Saudi Arabia's "decision" to cease taking American support and instead use its own military capabilities for refueling aircraft from the Riyadh-led coalition engaged in the Yemen War.

Despite Google's assurances, Trump might regulate Google over 'bias'

29 Aug 2018

Despite Google's assurances, Trump might regulate Google over 'bias'

In Donald Trump's latest outburst, the President has accused Google of rigging search results and displaying only negative stories about him.

The mad genius of Bobby Fischer

01 Aug 2018

The mad genius of Bobby Fischer

American chess icon, Bobby Fischer, is one of the greatest chess players of all time.

Lance Armstrong settles $100 million doping fraud case

20 Apr 2018

Lance Armstrong settles $100 million doping fraud case

Tainted cyclist Lance Armstrong has agreed to pay $5 million to settle the federal fraud case.

March for Our Lives: Huge pro gun-control rallies sweep USA

25 Mar 2018

March for Our Lives: Huge pro gun-control rallies sweep USA

With over 800 protests taking place across the US and the world, thousands of protesters took to the streets on Saturday calling for tighter gun control laws in the US.

Indian Embassy telephone lines in US spoofed by fraudsters

05 Mar 2018

Indian Embassy telephone lines in US spoofed by fraudsters

Indian Embassy telephone lines have been spoofed by fraudsters in the US to cheat people for money, according to an advisory issued by the mission which warned against entertaining any suspicious calls.

Is President Trump shifting gun control stance after Florida shooting?

20 Feb 2018

Is President Trump shifting gun control stance after Florida shooting?

Amid student-led protests demanding gun control reforms after the killing of 17 people in last week's mass shooting at a Florida high school, US President Donald Trump hinted at a change in stance on gun restrictions.

US shuts down for the second time in three weeks

09 Feb 2018

US shuts down for the second time in three weeks

The US government shut down once again this morning after a single senator blocked a crucial budget deal.

Trump-administration to build 5G network to guard against China

30 Jan 2018

Trump-administration to build 5G network to guard against China

The US Government is reportedly mulling to takeover a part of the country's mobile networks and build a centralized, super-fast 5G network within three years to guard the nation against China.