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What sexual-assault charges does White House hopeful Joe Biden face?

01 May 2020

What sexual-assault charges does White House hopeful Joe Biden face?

Joe Biden, the former Vice-President of the US and Democratic Presidential candidate, will for the first time address the sexual allegations leveled against him by Tara Reade, a woman staffer from the 90s.

Wuhan lab intern accidentally leaked novel coronavirus, says US media

18 Apr 2020

Wuhan lab intern accidentally leaked novel coronavirus, says US media

As the question of the origins of the novel coronavirus remains unanswered, reports claimed that the virus may have leaked from a laboratory in China's Wuhan city.

Trump thanks Modi for Hydroxychloroquine, latter says "we'll win together"

09 Apr 2020

Trump thanks Modi for Hydroxychloroquine, latter says "we'll win together"

As India agreed to export a batch of Hydroxychloroquine to the United States, the gesture was appreciated by US President Donald Trump who said he will not forget this contribution.

On Hydroxychloroquine, Trump ditches threatening tone, says 'Modi was great'

08 Apr 2020

On Hydroxychloroquine, Trump ditches threatening tone, says 'Modi was great'

Hours after he threatened India with retaliation if Hydroxychloroquine, a drug considered important in the battle against coronavirus, is not exported, United States President Donald Trump took a softer tone saying that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was "great".

As President, what Bill Gates would do to fight COVID-19

26 Mar 2020

As President, what Bill Gates would do to fight COVID-19

The outbreak of COVID-19 is taking on a toll on healthcare systems established by countries like US and Italy.

John Oliver slams Hotstar for censoring his episode on Modi

09 Mar 2020

John Oliver slams Hotstar for censoring his episode on Modi

Quite recently, Hotstar, one of India's leading streaming companies, blocked the release of a fresh episode of comedian and TV host John Oliver's satirical news show Last Week Tonight, which was critical of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his policies.

Life on Mars? This professor claims to have photographic evidence

23 Nov 2019

Life on Mars? This professor claims to have photographic evidence

We all see Mars as a potentially viable candidate in the search of alien life.

Prince Harry fought brother, Kate Middleton over Meghan Markle: Sources

19 Aug 2019

Prince Harry fought brother, Kate Middleton over Meghan Markle: Sources

A new documentary aims to shed light on the rumored spat between the Royal Family's Prince William and Prince Harry, news of which has been making headlines for months now.

Kashmir dispute can't be solved bilaterally: Imran after meeting Trump

23 Jul 2019

Kashmir dispute can't be solved bilaterally: Imran after meeting Trump

After India denied seeking mediation help from US President Donald Trump to resolve the Kashmir issue, Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan said the matter can't be solved "bilaterally".

Mueller concludes Russia probe, submits report to US Attorney General

23 Mar 2019

Mueller concludes Russia probe, submits report to US Attorney General

Special counsel Robert Mueller has submitted the much-awaited probe report to US Attorney General William Barr on alleged collusion between Russia and US President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign, ending an investigation that has cast a shadow over the Trump presidency for nearly two years.

American Airlines kicks off mom and baby over skin condition

04 Mar 2019

American Airlines kicks off mom and baby over skin condition

In a shocking incident, American Airlines kicked off a mother and her baby from its flight last week after seeing a "strange rash"; when in reality, the duo was suffering from a rare genetic skin disorder called Ichthyosis.

Heather Nauert withdraws her nomination for US envoy to UN

17 Feb 2019

Heather Nauert withdraws her nomination for US envoy to UN

In a surprise move, US State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert withdrew her nomination to replace Indian-American Nikki Haley as the top US diplomat at the United Nations, amid criticism by Democrats for her lack of diplomatic experience.

US President Donald Trump allows a pre-Super Bowl CBS interview

29 Jan 2019

US President Donald Trump allows a pre-Super Bowl CBS interview

The annual championship game for the National Football League or NFL is here.

#CES2019: Hyundai showed unreal four-legged 'walking car' project

13 Jan 2019

#CES2019: Hyundai showed unreal four-legged 'walking car' project

CES 2019 hosted some really weird, off-the-beat gadgets, but in the automotive category, it was Hyundai that blew our minds.

Trump's anti-Pakistan comments, lesson for leaders appeasing US: Pak Minister

19 Nov 2018

Trump's anti-Pakistan comments, lesson for leaders appeasing US: Pak Minister

Pakistan's Human Rights Minister, Shireen Mazari, today said that US President Donald Trump's tirade against Islamabad should be a lesson to those Pakistani leaders who appeased America after 9/11.

After Acosta's press-credentials restored, Trump vows he'll act against misbehavior

17 Nov 2018

After Acosta's press-credentials restored, Trump vows he'll act against misbehavior

US President Donald Trump has vowed to throw CNN journalist Jim Acosta out of the White House again if he 'misbehaves'.

Michael Moore shares footage of mail-bomb suspect at Trump's rally

30 Oct 2018

Michael Moore shares footage of mail-bomb suspect at Trump's rally

Michael Moore is an American director with films like 'Fahrenheit 9/11' that explored how the Bush government exploited media to justify middle-eastern invasions.

China, Russia listening to Donald Trump's phone calls: NYT

25 Oct 2018

China, Russia listening to Donald Trump's phone calls: NYT

US spy agencies have determined that China and Russia are "eavesdropping" on President Donald Trump's phone calls, according to a news report by a prominent American daily.

Don't know where the body of Khashoggi is: Saudi Arabia

22 Oct 2018

Don't know where the body of Khashoggi is: Saudi Arabia

In yet another disappointing statement, Saudi Arabia has said that it doesn't know where the body of slain journalist Jamal Khashoggi was, despite admitting to the killing and calling it a "tremendous mistake".

Despite second sexual harassment allegation, Brett Kavanaugh to stay put

25 Sep 2018

Despite second sexual harassment allegation, Brett Kavanaugh to stay put

US President Donald Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court has come under fire of late after allegations of sexual harassment surfaced against him.

Haley accuses New York Times of releasing an incorrect story

21 Sep 2018

Haley accuses New York Times of releasing an incorrect story

Nikki Haley, the US Ambassador to UN, yesterday slammed The New York Times for publishing a wrong story about expensive curtains at her official residence despite knowing the actual facts.

Facebook launches its video-on-demand service, Watch, globally

29 Aug 2018

Facebook launches its video-on-demand service, Watch, globally

Last year, Facebook had launched its video-on-demand (VOD) service, called 'Watch', in the US that would let users watch episodic TV content, as well as sports content on Facebook.

Trump embarrassed US; acted like Putin's 'fanboy': Arnold Schwarzenegger

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.

Mueller-probe shouldn't be permitted to interfere with US-Russia relations: Putin

17 Jul 2018

Mueller-probe shouldn't be permitted to interfere with US-Russia relations: Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin has described the probe by US Special Counsel Robert Mueller into Moscow's election meddling as "political games" that shouldn't be permitted to interfere with US-Russia relations.

US: Trump interviews Indian-American Amul Thapar for SC judge nominee

03 Jul 2018

US: Trump interviews Indian-American Amul Thapar for SC judge nominee

US President Donald Trump has interviewed prominent Indian-American judge Amul Thapar and three other legal luminaries shortlisted by him as the potential nominees to replace the Supreme Court Justice, Anthony Kennedy.

Donald Trump changes story, acknowledges pay-off to Stormy Daniels

04 May 2018

Donald Trump changes story, acknowledges pay-off to Stormy Daniels

In three tweets, Donald Trump acknowledged money was paid to adult movie star Stormy Daniels, but it shouldn't be considered a campaign contribution.

TV host quits over threatening Parkland school shooting survivor

12 Apr 2018

TV host quits over threatening Parkland school shooting survivor

Messing with David Hogg, a Parkland high school shooting survivor, landed another American broadcaster in trouble.

Conservative attacks on #MarchForOurLives student leaders turn personal

30 Mar 2018

Conservative attacks on #MarchForOurLives student leaders turn personal

Conservatives not comfortable with the politics of student leaders of Saturday's #MarchForOurLives have stooped to a new low, hurling personal attacks at the teen organizers calling for stricter gun-control measures.

Views on wall between US, "dangerous" Mexico never changed: Trump

19 Jan 2018

Views on wall between US, "dangerous" Mexico never changed: Trump

After White House Chief of Staff, John Kelly, stated President Trump's stance on the US-Mexico wall was evolving, the latter denied changing his views on the same.

Miss America suspends CEO Sam Haskell for encouraging misogyny, harassment

23 Dec 2017

Miss America suspends CEO Sam Haskell for encouraging misogyny, harassment

Miss America Organization (MAO) suspended CEO Sam Haskell on Friday after 49 former beauty queens appealed for leadership change.

Disney acquires 21st Century Fox's assets in $66bn deal

14 Dec 2017

Disney acquires 21st Century Fox's assets in $66bn deal

Disney has announced a major deal to acquire several parts of Twenty-First Century Fox for $52.4bn in stock, including their movie studios, the Nat Geo network, Asia's pay-TV operator Star TV, and some stakes in Sky, Hulu and regional sports networks.

Obama and 'chicken-nugget guy' rule Twitter: Top trends of 2017

06 Dec 2017

Obama and 'chicken-nugget guy' rule Twitter: Top trends of 2017

Twitter has released its top trends for 2017, and Barack Obama, a guy on a chicken nugget quest, LeBron James and Ariana Grande took the top honors.

Ex-Fox News biggie Bill O'Reilly blames god for his problems!

25 Oct 2017

Ex-Fox News biggie Bill O'Reilly blames god for his problems!

Firebrand news personality Bill O'Reilly has once again landed himself in a soup after a New York Times expose revealed details on the payouts he made to women who accused him of sexual harassment.

FLOTUS hits back at Ivana Trump's 'first lady comment'

11 Oct 2017

FLOTUS hits back at Ivana Trump's 'first lady comment'

US President Donald Trump's ex-wife Ivana Trump referred to herself as the "first lady" in a recent interview.

Trump slams NY Times for illegal leak compromising Baghdadi's capture

23 Jul 2017

Trump slams NY Times for illegal leak compromising Baghdadi's capture

In his latest controversial tweet, Trump notes "The Failing New York Times foiled US attempt to kill the single most wanted terrorist, Al-Baghdadi. Their sick agenda over National Security."

Trump-ed: US President curbing US citizens rights, results in lawsuit

12 Jul 2017

Trump-ed: US President curbing US citizens rights, results in lawsuit

Donald Trump has embarked on a noble journey of "Making America great again" and regularly shares his nuggets of wisdom on Twitter via @realDonaldTrump.

Congressman Steve Scalise, shot at Virginia baseball practice, critical

15 Jun 2017

Congressman Steve Scalise, shot at Virginia baseball practice, critical

Congressman Steve Scalise, who was shot at a baseball practice in Virginia, is critical, said the MedStar Washington Hospital Center.

US House majority whip shot at congressional baseball practice

14 Jun 2017

US House majority whip shot at congressional baseball practice

US House Majority Whip Steve Scalise has been shot in the hip by a rifle-armed gunman who opened fire at a baseball practice in Virginia.

US congressman to plead guilty for body slamming journalist

10 Jun 2017

US congressman to plead guilty for body slamming journalist

Greg Gianforte, a recently elected Republican Congressional representative from Montana, is intending to plead guilty to a charge of misdemeanour assault in a court.

Trump is against freedom of speech, says USA rights institute

08 Jun 2017

Trump is against freedom of speech, says USA rights institute

What does a tyrant and Trump have in common? Well, they have been both accused of curbing the voice of their people.