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#TrumpImpeachment: President Donald Trump impeached in historic US House vote

19 Dec 2019

#TrumpImpeachment: President Donald Trump impeached in historic US House vote

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.

Proud to be first Hindu-American to run for US-president: Gabbard

28 Jan 2019

Proud to be first Hindu-American to run for US-president: Gabbard

Democratic presidential aspirant Tulsi Gabbard has alleged that she had become a victim of "religious bigotry" and some media outlets were targeting her and accusing her supporters, who have Hindu names, of being Hindu nationalists.

Trump to end birthright citizenship of babies of non-citizens, immigrants

31 Oct 2018

Trump to end birthright citizenship of babies of non-citizens, immigrants

US President Donald Trump is intensifying his immigration rhetoric heading into the midterm elections, declaring he wants to order the end of the constitutional right to citizenship for babies of non-citizens and unauthorized immigrants born in the US.

US judge tosses out Stormy Daniels' defamation suit against Trump

16 Oct 2018

US judge tosses out Stormy Daniels' defamation suit against Trump

Donald Trump scored a legal victory yesterday against pornstar Stormy Daniels when a federal US judge rejected her defamation suit against him.

Trump apologizes to Brett Kavanaugh's family for their 'terrible suffering'

09 Oct 2018

Trump apologizes to Brett Kavanaugh's family for their 'terrible suffering'

US President Donald Trump has apologized to new Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and his family for the "terrible suffering" they were "forced" to endure.

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.

US: Trump considering rules on citizens printing 3D plastic guns

01 Aug 2018

US: Trump considering rules on citizens printing 3D plastic guns

US President Donald Trump yesterday said he was looking into whether Americans should be able to print their own guns, dipping his toe into the latest contentious debate over the right to bear arms.

US: Trump picks Kavanaugh to succeed Kennedy as SC judge

10 Jul 2018

US: Trump picks Kavanaugh to succeed Kennedy as SC judge

US President Donald Trump today nominated conservative Brett Kavanaugh as the Supreme Court Judge to succeed Justice Anthony Kennedy, who announced his retirement recently.

US states sue Trump administration, Congress remains divided

27 Jun 2018

US states sue Trump administration, Congress remains divided

Over a dozen US states have sued the Trump administration over its decision to implement a policy that separates children of undocumented migrants from their families.

US authorities shut down sex ads website Backpage

08 Apr 2018

US authorities shut down sex ads website Backpage

In a bid to crackdown sex trafficking in the country, US law enforcement agencies have shutdown sex advertisement website Backpage.com and its affiliates.

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.

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.

Refugee ban: Trump administration faces major legal defeat

24 Dec 2017

Refugee ban: Trump administration faces major legal defeat

A Seattle court has partially blocked US President Donald Trump's bid to impose new restrictions on refugees.

US Senate confirms Christopher Wray as new FBI director

02 Aug 2017

US Senate confirms Christopher Wray as new FBI director

The US Senate has confirmed Christopher Wray as the new director of the FBI in a 92-5 vote.

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.

40% of America's voting population wants Trump impeached

05 Feb 2017

40% of America's voting population wants Trump impeached

According to a recent poll by Public Policy Polling (PPP), 40% of America's voting population supports the impeachment of recently-elected President, Donald Trump.

The conflict of interest on Trump's immigration ban

27 Jan 2017

The conflict of interest on Trump's immigration ban

According to reports, President Trump is set to sign an executive order which would suspend all entries to the United States from 7 Muslim-majority countries in the Middle East.

President Trump resigns from Trump Organization

24 Jan 2017

President Trump resigns from Trump Organization

According to a statement released by White House spokesperson Sean Spicer, United States President Donald Trump on Monday resigned from the Trump Organization.

Ethics lawyers to sue Trump over foreign payments to businesses

23 Jan 2017

Ethics lawyers to sue Trump over foreign payments to businesses

A group of ethics lawyers are planning to sue President Donald Trump for allegedly violating the US Constitution by allowing his businesses to accept payments from foreign governments.