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Mar 16, 2018
Jim Mattis defends 'limited' US support to Saudi-led forces in Yemen, urges lawmakers to not place restrictionsDefense Secretary Jim Mattis defended US military support to Saudi Arabian-led coalition forces in Yemen on Thursday as he explained a personal appeal to lawmakers who are considering whether to end Washington’s involvement in the devastating conflict
Mar 11, 2018
'Keep America Great!': Donald Trump visits Pennsylvania for campaign-style rally, unveils slogan for 2020After promising to 'Make America Great Again', President Donald Trump seemed to be gearing up for 2020 re-election, announcing his new slogan to be "Keep America Great!"
Dec 21, 2017
US Congress passes Republican tax cut plan, hands Donald Trump his first major legislative achievementDonald Trump celebrated a "historic" victory on Wednesday as the US Congress passed a massive Republican tax cut plan.
Aug 14, 2017
Facebook remove page run by street artist who drew offensive posters of Mark ZuckerbergSabo, a known critic of liberal politics of celebrities and corporations, conducts business transactions at the website named Unsavory Agents.
Jun 17, 2017
Virginia shooting: Gunman James T Hodgkinson launched into Donald Trump tirade before incidentA day before Hodgkinson sprayed rifle fire at Republican members of Congress as they practised for a charity baseball game, it was at an auto shop that his anger flared against Trump
Jun 15, 2017
Steve Scalise shooting: Gunman had minor arrest record, history of anti-Republican protestsJames T Hodgkinson, the gunman who shot Republican Congressman Steve Scalise and several other people at a baseball practice outside the nation's capital had a long history of lashing out at the GOP
Jun 06, 2017
Courts are slow and political, extreme vetting must: Donald Trump renews calls for travel ban for 'certain dangerous countries'US President Donald Trump has renewed his call for a travel ban to protect Americans from "certain dangerous" countries after the latest terror attack in London.
Mar 09, 2017
International Women's Day 2017: Activists are reclaiming feminism, resistance, politics from 'pantsuit nation' repsThe organisers of the successful Women’s March on Washington have called for a day of action to mark International Women’s Day (8 March) in dozens of cities in the US
Feb 27, 2017
Clinton favourite Tom Perez elected as new DNC chairman: All you need to know about lawyer-turned politicianAll you need to know about Tom Perez, the new Democratic National Committee Chairman, why his election has left the Democratic Party divided
Feb 12, 2017
Donald Trump and Brexit may have globalisation on the backfoot, but don't expect it to go quietlyWith the rise of the right-wing in America and the Europe, free trade and globalisation that marked the post World War II decades is on the backfoot. The surprise victory of Donald Trump in the American elections, his constant rant against free trade, immigration and linking refuges from seven Muslim countries to terror, has been a major morale booster for these forces.