White House: News
18 Sep 2023Taiwan
The Ministry of National Defense of Taiwan expressed grave concerns on Monday over the increased military activity of China after it reportedly detected more than 100 Chinese warplanes around the island within a 24-hour period.
05 Sep 2023Kim Jong-un
North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un is reportedly planning to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok, Russia.
05 Sep 2023United States of America
United States (US) First Lady Jill Biden (72) reportedly tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday (local time) and is experiencing mild symptoms, according to her spokesperson.
21 Jul 2023Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
The US administration has been working on regulating artificial intelligence (AI) for a while. Its focus has always been on responsible AI.
13 Jul 2023Joe Biden
Greg Murphy, a Republican congressman from North Carolina, has accused United States (US) President Joe Biden of having "so much botox."
06 Jul 2023Joe Biden
A powdery substance found by the Secret Service at the White House on Sunday was cocaine, Reuters reported, quoting an official on Wednesday.
30 Jun 2023Joe Biden
The United States (US) Supreme Court rejected President Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness scheme on Friday, depriving tens of millions of Americans of the opportunity to have up to $20,000 of their debt canceled.
27 Jun 2023Narendra Modi
The White House on Monday condemned the online harassment faced by Sabrina Siddiqui, the journalist who had asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi a question at a press conference last week.
24 Jun 2023Joe Biden
Pakistan has rejected a joint statement by India and the United States urging it to take action against cross-border terrorism.
While responding to a question during a joint press conference on Thursday with United States (US) President Joe Biden regarding the measures the Indian government is taking to improve the rights of minorities, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that democracy is in the DNA of both the nations.
US President Joe Biden and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden, along with White House Executive Chef Cris Comerford are hosting Prime Minister Narendra Modi on June 22 for a State Dinner.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will join United States (US) President Joe Biden to address a press conference on Thursday, the White House said.
On his first state visit to the United States (US), Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi gifted a handcrafted sandalwood box to US President Joe Biden and a green diamond to First Lady Jill Biden.
After leading a Guinness World Record-setting International Yoga Day event in New York on Thursday (local time), Prime Minister Narendra Modi had an intimate dinner with United States (US) President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden at the White House in Washington.
20 Jun 2023Narendra Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who left for the United States (US) for his three-day state visit, would reach Andrews Air Force Base in Washington on Wednesday at 1:30am.
19 Jun 2023Narendra Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will arrive in the United States (US) on Tuesday for a state visit as a series of events are lined up for him from Wednesday to Saturday.
18 Jun 2023Narendra Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is reportedly set to negotiate India's first deal on planetary defense with United States President Joe Biden during his first official US state visit.
16 Jun 2023Narendra Modi
Human rights groups in the United States (US) have allegedly planned protests ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit over the reported "deteriorating human rights situation" in India.
16 Jun 2023United States of America
Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit, the United States (US) on Thursday said it is making a "huge push" to process as many visa applications in India as possible as a "top priority."
11 Jun 2023Donald Trump
Former United States (US) President Donald Trump on Saturday called the country's justice system "corrupt" in two state Republican conventions, reported AFP.
10 Jun 2023Donald Trump
Federal prosecutors unveiled a 49-page wide-ranging indictment of former United States (US) President Donald Trump on Friday, accusing him of endangering national security by taking secret documents on defense and "nuclear program" while leaving the White House in 2021.
09 Jun 2023Donald Trump
The United States (US) Justice Department on Thursday reportedly lodged federal criminal charges against former President Donald Trump after a lengthy investigation into his alleged mishandling of classified documents, which he took with him after leaving the White House.
06 Jun 2023Narendra Modi
Reposing faith in India's democracy under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the White House on Monday called the country a vibrant democracy.
01 Jun 2023Narendra Modi
The United States (US) is likely to sign a deal with India allowing American conglomerate General Electric Company (GE) to jointly produce engines for military aircraft in India, reports said.
16 May 2023Donald Trump
United States (US) Special Counsel John Durham has said the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) lacked "actual evidence" to investigate ties between former President Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign and Russia.
27 Apr 2023Donald Trump
A writer named E Jean Carroll on Wednesday testified in a civil trial in the United States (US) that an alleged sexual assault by Donald Trump almost 30 years ago left her feeling "ashamed" and unable to have romantic relationships.
19 Apr 2023Joe Biden
United States President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris released their federal tax returns on Tuesday, which showed their salaries for 2022 to be $400,000 and $219,171, respectively.
02 Apr 2023United States of America
A series of powerful tornadoes caused devastation in the United States, killing at least 26 people in the South and Midwest.
31 Mar 2023Donald Trump
Donald Trump became the first-ever United States (US) former president to face criminal charges after a New York grand jury on Thursday voted to indict him.
21 Mar 2023United States of America
The United States (US) on Monday condemned the attack on the Indian Consulate General in San Francisco, saying the vandalism was "absolutely unacceptable," reported PTI.
15 Mar 2023Russia
Russian fighter jets dumped fuel on a United States (US) drone and then collided with it over the Black Sea on Tuesday, causing the unmanned aircraft to crash. The US military has slammed Russia's action as "reckless, environmentally unsound, and unprofessional."
14 Mar 2023United States of America
The United States (US) President Joe Biden is mulling bringing a more "proactive and strict gun-control policy" to the country, which has been marred by mass shootings and violence involving firearms, Reuters reported.
11 Mar 2023United States of America
United States (US) President Joe Biden has appointed two Indian-American chief executive officers (CEOs) as members of the Advisory Committee for Trade Policy and Negotiations, the White House announced on Friday.
08 Mar 2023New York City
Attorney Arun Subramanian on Tuesday became the first Indian-American to be appointed as the district judge for the Southern District Court of New York (SDNY), according to the United States Senate Judiciary Committee.
04 Mar 2023Joe Biden
United States (US) President Joe Biden had a cancerous skin lesion successfully removed in February from his chest, his doctor announced on Friday.
12 Jan 2023United States of America
A critical system of the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) suffered an unprecedented outage, resulting in at least 7,000 flights being affected across the country on Wednesday.
07 Jan 2023US House of Representatives
Republican leader Kevin McCarthy was named the 55th speaker of the US House of Representatives on Saturday, according to AFP.
20 Dec 2022Donald Trump
After an investigation into last year's US Capitol riots, a House of Representatives select committee unanimously recommended four criminal charges against former President Donald Trump.
09 Dec 2022White House Press
According to a top White House official on Friday (Thursday local time), India will not be the United States' (US) ally, but another great power.
06 Aug 2022Barack Obama
Former US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama made a surprise appearance during the opening night of the Martha's Vineyard African-American Film Festival (MVAAFF) on Friday.
31 Jul 2022Joe Biden
US President Joe Biden tested positive for COVID-19 again on Saturday morning after a series of negative test results throughout the week.
05 Jun 2022Joe Biden
United States (US) President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden were briefly evacuated in Delaware on Saturday after an air space breach near their holiday home.
01 Jun 2022Joe Biden
South Korean boy band BTS visited the President of the United States, Joe Biden, at the White House on Tuesday in an effort to call out the anti-Asian hate crimes in the country.
15 May 2022Mass Shooting
A heavily-armed 18-year-old white man shot 10 people dead and injured three others, most of them Black, at a Buffalo grocery store in New York on Saturday, as per US authorities.
06 May 2022Joe Biden
In a historic moment on Thursday, Karine Jean-Pierre became the first Black woman and openly LGBTQ+ person to be appointed as the Press Secretary of the White House.
25 Jan 2022Joe Biden
United States President Joe Biden on Monday was caught on camera insulting Fox News reporter Peter Doocy after the latter asked him a question on inflation at the White House.
26 Oct 2021Health & Wellness
United States President Joe Biden on Monday signed an order reopening air travel for foreign travelers with fresh vaccination rules.
17 Sep 2021Vaccine
Nicki Minaj's tweet on vaccines causing infertility in men and women has sparked opposition from all corners, her fans, The White House, Trinidad and Tobago Health Minister and health experts.
09 Sep 2021Taliban
The United States is not in a rush to recognize the new interim government in Afghanistan, the White House said on Wednesday, asserting that it is in talks with the Taliban to get Americans out of the strife-torn country.
18 Aug 2021Afghanistan
The Taliban have agreed to allow "safe passage" from Afghanistan for civilians struggling to join a US-directed airlift from the capital, President Joe Biden's national security adviser Jake Sullivan said on Tuesday.
03 Mar 2021Joe Biden
Indian-American Neera Tanden on Tuesday withdrew her nomination as Director of the White House Office of Management and Budget after the ruling party failed to muster enough votes in the Senate to secure her confirmation.
15 Feb 2021Kamala Harris
Meena Harris, the niece of United States Vice-President Kamala Harris, has sparked worries among White House officials. The reason? Many in the current US administration believe she could be leveraging her aunt's name to build her personal brand.