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Nov 18, 2017
Brazil speaker vouches for city level regulations on Uber and other ride hailing servicesThe bill amended by the Senate on 1 October dropped the requirements that drivers own their cars and use the same red license plates used by public taxis.
Nov 17, 2017
Senator Al Franken accused of sexual harassment: Donald Trump attacks Democrat but stays silent on Republican Roy MooreDonald Trump is displaying selective outrage over allegations of sexual harassment against prominent men in politics, as his own past lingers over his response.
Nov 15, 2017
Donald Trump can't 'push a button and cause missiles to fly', claims expert in US Senate hearing on nuclear strikeFollowing Donald Trump's threat to launch 'fire and fury' on North Korea, for the first time in over 40 years, the US Congress has examined a US President's authority to launch a nuclear attack
Nov 07, 2017
India's effort in renewable energy led to drop in solar price, says US SenatorIndia's massive effort towards renewable energy has resulted in a considerable drop in solar price and the country now believes that the solar power is cheaper than coal without subsidy
Nov 05, 2017
Sikh mayoral candidate Ravinder Bhalla in New Jersey labelled terrorist in flyers days before electionArray
Nov 03, 2017
Kenneth Juster, Harvard lawyer had worked on India-US nuclear deal, confirmed as Ambassador to IndiaThe Senate on Thursday confirmed by a voice vote the nomination of Kenneth Juster as the next US Ambassador to India.
Nov 02, 2017
Yahoo and Equifax to testify before US senate panel on 8 November regarding the two data breachesEquifax disclosed in September that the data breach affected as many as 145.5 million U.S. consumers, and Smith has testified on the issue before three committees.
Oct 27, 2017
Catalonia independence declaration likely to be symbolic as Spain opposes secession; France, Germany, US back NATO allyGermany does not recognise Catalonia's unilateral declaration of independence, a government spokesman said on Friday, calling for dialogue between the two sides
Oct 26, 2017
Social media gaints to send their representatives for the hearing on Russian involvement in 2016 electionsThe ads, which Facebook said were traced to a Russian internet agency, focused on divisive political messages, including LGBT issues, and gun rights.
Oct 25, 2017
US Senate panel approves legislation to renew the National Security Agency's internet surveillance programSenators introduced legislation that would require the NSA to obtain a warrant for queries of data on Americans under an internet surveillance program.