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Trump halts payroll tax, extends unemployment benefits
Seizing the power of his podium and his pen, US President Donald Trump on Saturday mov...
View: Donald Trump may still win this November's presidential election
Trump has the anti-incumbent baggage which every president carries wit...
Russia & China out to undermine US election, says Biden citing intelligence briefing
Russia and China are trying to undermine US democracy in...
Facebook removes Donald Trump campaign ad over 'hate symbol'
Facebook has removed campaign ads by President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence that featured an upside-down red triangle, a symbo...
Trump trails Biden in approval rating, COVID-19 handling may decide election: Survey
The survey found that traditional Republican and Democratic voters are treating the November polls as a referendum on Trump and not on whether Biden is a more suitable candidate, the report said.
US doing 'very well' against COVID-19, India has a 'tremendous problem': Trump
Trump said that the US is beginning to see evidence of significant progress. Nationwide, the number of positive cases has declined by nearly six percent from the week before, and the positive test rate has also dropped from 8.7 per cent to 8 per cent over that same period of time.
US Supreme Court lets prosecutor but not Congress obtain Donald Trump's financial records
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday firmly rejected President Donald Trump's argument for sweeping presidential immunity and ruled that a New York prosecutor can obtain his financial records but prevented - at least for now - Democratic-led House of Representatives committees from getting similar documents.
By going after TikTok, Donald Trump is opening a new front in technology war with China
India showed the way when it banned dozens of Chinese mobile apps including TikTok and Tencent’s WeChat, while Australia and Japan are reportedly looking at similar options.
Donald Trump asks supporters not to sue if they catch COVID-19 at his rally
The Republican billionaire announced on Wednesday that he would resume his campaign rallies in four states -- Oklahoma, Florida, Arizona and North Carolina -- despite the coronavirus pandemic that continues to rage in the US. More than 113,000 people have died in the country of COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, while more than two million cases have been recorded.
China has become very aggressive, bullish under President Xi Jinping, says Nikki Haley
"Then once President Xi kind of named himself king, they got very aggressive. They got very bullish. They started to kind of point their fingers in countries' faces saying, you'd better vote with us. They started to be very aggressive at the UN in wanting positions and wanting to have leadership roles. And they started talking down to everyone," Haley alleged.
Donald Trump government sues to block ex-aide John Bolton's book
The Department of Justice alleged in its suit, filed in federal court in Washington, that publication of the book risks "compromising national security" through revelation of classified information that Bolton had access to during his turbulent 17-month stint in the White House.
Follow India's lead, ban TikTok: 24 US Congressmen write to Trump
Expressing concern over TikTok's censorship of user content to advance the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) foreign policy aims, a set of 24 ...
Covid vaccine will get to Americans in 2021, says US' top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci
Officials testifying with Fauci at a contentious House hearing on Friday acknowledged that the US remains unable to deliver all COVID-19 test results within two or three days, and they jointly pleaded with Americans to comply with basic precautions such as wearing masks, avoiding crowds, and washing their hands frequently.
Donald Trump says coronavirus a 'very bad gift' from China
"All over the World the CoronaVirus, a very bad 'gift' from China, marches on.Not good!" Trump said in a tweet.
Blow by blow, officials push US-China relations toward point of no return
“We must admit a hard truth that should guide us in the years and decades to come: that if we want to have a free 21st century, and not the Chinese century of which Xi Jinping dreams, the old paradigm of blind engagement with China simply won’t get it done,” Pompeo said. “We must not continue it and we must not return to it.”