US House defeats Donald Trump-supported immigration bill
The Border Security and Immigration Reform Act was defeated by 121 to 300 votes in the Republican-majority House of Representatives.
Amid pandemic, oil woes, Saudi Arabia eyes further reforms
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the force behind Saudi Arabia's sweeping changes...
Donald Trump says his campaign was spied upon illegally, offers no evidence
The documents released on Saturday by the FBI included surveillan...
Trump, touting 2020 clout, mocks GOP rivals as `Three Stooges'
US President Donald Trump seemingly attacked Joe Walsh, Mark Sanford and Bill Weld - all running against him in 2020.
'Papa! Papa!' crying audio reveals shocking story behind child separation at US border
"Papa! Papa!" one child is heard weeping in the audio file that was first reported by the nonprofit ProPublica and later provided to The Associated Press.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden says sexual assault 'never happened'
A California woman named Tara Reade, who worked as a staff assistant in Biden's U.S. Senate office from December 1992 to August 1993, has accused Biden in media interviews of pinning her against a wall in 1993, reaching under her skirt and pushing his fingers inside her.
James Comey mishandled FBI's Hillary Clinton email inquiry, says US Justice Department report
James Comey did not follow protocol in his handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton and improperly shared information about the probe with the public.
Will give Senator Warren a DNA test kit to prove she is Red-Indian: Trump
Appearing in a state he dominated in 2016, Trump sought to cast Tester as a "liberal Democrat," railing against his voting record on issues like abortion, immigration and taxes.
Proud of India for standing up to Chinese aggression: US Senator
The Indian and Chinese armies have been locked in a bitter standoff in eastern Ladakh for the last eight weeks. The tension escalated manifold after a clash at Galwan Valley in which 20 Indian Army personnel were killed. The Chinese side also suffered casualties but it is yet to give out the details.
Parted at US border by Trump policy, migrants seek their children
Immigrant mothers who have been detained have no clue of how to contact their children. The mothers themselves could not be contacted because access to detained immigrants is difficult.
New bill in US Senate for more green cards
Democratic party senators Dick Durbin and Patrick Leahy introduced on Wednesday the Resolving Extended Limbo for Immigrant Employees and Families (RELIEF) Act, which essentially seeks to eliminate the backlog in family and employment green cards.
Trump says North Korea no longer a nuclear threat; North highlights concessions
The summit was the first between a sitting U.S. president and a North Korean leader and followed a flurry of North Korean nuclear and missile tests and angry exchanges between Trump and Kim last year that fuelled fears of war.
For high-stakes summit with Kim Jong Un, Donald Trump trusts his gut over note cards
While Trump has received a steady diet of briefings, verbal and written, about what to expect when he meets Kim, he trusts his intuition more than anything else, aides and former officials said.
Donald Trump plans to cut $15billion in spending squeaks through House
The package of so-called rescissions has been embraced by GOP conservatives upset by passage in March of a USD 1.3 trillion catchall spending bill that they say was too bloated.
Michelle Obama's star power could help Biden unite Democrats
The former first lady is a unique figure in a deeply polarizing political environment, exceedingly popular with the party faithful while also having some appeal with Republicans and independents. She left the White House with a 68% approval rating, according to Gallup polling. She also was named “the most admired woman” in the world for the second year in a row in a Gallup poll from December.
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