29 Jan 2021
The battle between working class Americans and Wall Street billionaires has garnered bipartisan support from both sides of the US Senate.
23 Jan 2021
The United States Senate would begin the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump on February 8, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said.
28 Dec 2020
During his last days at office, outgoing United States President Donald Trump has taken a decision that has left his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping miffed.
02 Oct 2020
Last night, the US Senate Commerce Committee voted unanimously to issue subpoenas to the CEOs of Facebook, Google, and Twitter.
22 Apr 2020
A day after he announced the plans to halt immigration into the United States "temporarily", President Donald Trump said there will be a ban on those seeking permanent residency for 60 days.
28 Mar 2020
International Monetary Fund chief Kristalina Georgieva on Friday said the world has entered into a recession, courtesy the coronavirus pandemic and she anticipates that the current global situation to be worse than 2009.
26 Mar 2020
The number of deaths due to coronavirus crossed 1,000 in the United States, which has quickly become one of the worst-hit nations in the outbreak.
19 Dec 2019
Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard did not vote in favor of United States President Donald Trump's impeachment.
19 Dec 2019
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.
07 Nov 2019
Wondering what Amazon Prime is going to be streaming this month now that you are done watching The Office (again)?
15 Feb 2019
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.
23 Dec 2018
It seems like the partial US government shutdown is set to last through Christmas.
17 Dec 2018
Saudi Arabia today slammed as "interference" US Senate resolutions over its war in Yemen and critic Jamal Khashoggi's murder, warning that the move could have repercussions on its strategic ties with Washington.
15 Dec 2018
On Friday, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said that one of the killers of journalist Jamal Khashoggi was heard saying, "I know how to cut," in the audio tape of the killing sent by Turkey to the US and other countries.
02 Dec 2018
UN aid chief Mark Lowcock warned yesterday that Yemen was "on the brink of a major catastrophe," as the world body pushes for peace talks in the impoverished and war-wracked country.
07 Nov 2018
Former Gov. Phil Bredesen lost the crucial US Senate seat of Tennessee to Republican Marsha Blackburn despite being endorsed by pop star Taylor Swift.
22 Sep 2018
A key US Senate committee has postponed its hearing on sexual assault allegation against President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh after his accuser Christine Blasey Ford declined the committee's request to testify before it.
22 Apr 2018
A record number of 20 Indian Americans are running for US Congressional elections this year.
12 Apr 2018
Paul Ryan, the top Republican in the US House of Representatives, said he would not stand for another term and has decided to retire when his term ends, casting his party into a leadership fight ahead of crucial mid-term elections.
29 Mar 2018
US President Donald Trump today fired his Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin and nominated White House physician, Admiral Ronny Jackson as his replacement.
20 Feb 2018
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.
16 Feb 2018
What will happen to the "Dreamers?" The question on everyone's mind fails to be answered despite a week of rare open debate in the US Senate.
07 Nov 2017
The Paradise Papers revealed how Apple -the world's most profitable company- avoids billions in taxes using a secretive strategy.
03 Nov 2017
The US Senate voted unanimously to confirm Kenneth Juster, 62, as the next American Ambassador to India.
08 Sep 2017
The US Senate has passed a $15.25 billion relief package for Hurricane Harvey and Irma.
05 Aug 2017
The US Senate has confirmed three-Indian Americans for key posts in the government after they were nominated by President Donald Trump.
02 Aug 2017
The US Senate has confirmed Christopher Wray as the new director of the FBI in a 92-5 vote.
31 Jul 2017
Russian President Vladimir Putin has retaliated against fresh US sanctions by announcing that 755 staff members must quit US diplomatic missions by September 1.
28 Jul 2017
The US Senate has voted overwhelmingly in favour of constituting new sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea.
28 Jul 2017
The latest attempt by the Republican-controlled US Senate to repeal the Obamacare healthcare program has failed.
26 Jul 2017
On July 26, the US House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly to impose fresh sanctions on Russia over Moscow's alleged interference in the 2016 US presidential election.
18 Jul 2017
Casting a shadow of uncertainty over Trump's proposed healthcare bill, two more Republican senators, Mike Lee and Jerry Moran have stated their opposition to it, leaving it without the required majority for passing.
01 Jul 2017
US President Donald Trump has a new idea on the Republican Obamacare replacement bill that hasn't been able to garner consensus yet.
28 Jun 2017
The US Republican party's seven-year efforts to get former President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act (ACA or Obamacare) repealed is on the verge of collapse.
23 Jun 2017
Republicans in the US Senate have unveiled a bill proposing to replace Obamacare with a healthcare plan that cuts aid to the poor and ends tax on the wealthy.
16 Jun 2017
The US Senate has voted 97-2 to pass legislation proposing new sanctions on Russia.
21 May 2017
President Donald Trump told Russian officials during a meeting last week that firing FBI director James Comey has eased "great pressure" on him, the New York Times (NYT) reported.
02 May 2017
A bipartisan agreement has been reached by Congressional negotiators on a crucial spending bill which will keep the US government running until September 30, preventing a shutdown.
27 Apr 2017
In a recent development, Exxon Mobil has been ordered to pay a fine of $19.9 million by a Texas-judge after its refining plant in Texas, illegally released over 10 million pounds of pollutants into the air.
25 Apr 2017
The North Korean military has conducted a "large-scale artillery drill" in the eastern Wonsan region to mark the 85th anniversary of country's army.