US warship's secret Africa mission aims to help punish Venezuela, deter attempts to jailbreak Maduro aide before extradition
US cruiser San Jacinto recently sailed across the Atlantic to keep a close eye on Alex Saab, a Colombian businessman, widely believed to be the architect of the economic deals that are keeping the Maduro government afloat, who was arrested in June in Cape Verde
Flaws in US census count jeopardise Trump's plan to exclude illegal immigrants from congressional reapportionment
The move, unprecedented in American history, would produce an older, whiter, more rural population base for reallocating House seats that would mostly benefit Republicans, analysts say
Though the answer is not a perfect representation of the national mental health, analysis of Twitter data shows an uptick in signs of sadness, anxiety, depression, stress, and suicidal thoughts as compared to 2019
Donald Trump fears coronavirus: Urgency US president showed in seeking treatment puts paid to lies about pandemic
The facts of Trump’s experience with coronavirus, including how how quickly it sickened him to the point of requiring intensive medical care, are the best tools to fight the misinformation campaign against COVID-19
Playing up his local, middle-class roots, Biden focussed on Trump’s stewardship of the coronavirus, casting the president as a callous leader who cannot empathise with the concerns of most Americans
The question of presidential health has sometimes played an important role in election contests, but rarely has it seemed more acute than this year as 74-year-old Trump squares off against 77-year-old Biden
The court’s decision was a major statement on the scope and limits of presidential power in the US, one that will take its place with landmark rulings
Donald Trump a 'narcissist', embraced ‘cheating as way of life’, says US president's niece Mary Trump in tell-all book
The book, “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man”, depicts a multigenerational saga of greed, betrayal and internecine tension
Donald Trump delivers divisive culture war message at Mount Rushmore in bid to win second term, barely mentions pandemic
The scene at Mount Rushmore was the latest sign of how Trump appears, by design or default, increasingly disconnected from the intense concern among Americans about the COVID-19 crisis gripping the country
Democratic rivals jostle for advantage as coding issue causes delay in Iowa caucus results; Trump calls it 'unmitigated disaster'
The Iowa Democratic Party will begin to release results from Monday’s caucuses at 5 p.m. Eastern time Tuesday, the party chairman, Troy Price, told the Democratic presidential campaigns in a conference call.
After fiery Senate hearing, Donald Trump backs embattled Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh; calls process 'total sham'
Donald Trump whole-heartedly backed Brett Kavanaugh, whose Supreme Court nomination will be put to an initial vote on Friday, after a dramatic Senate hearing that saw him furiously fight back against sexual assault allegations dating back decades ago.
Trump-Putin summit: Russian premier says 'never interfered in US election'; US president calls meddling probe a 'disaster'
Clearing the air over what Russian President Vladimir Putin and US president Donald Trump might discuss at Helsinki summit on Monday, Putin on Monday said Moscow had never interfered in the US electoral process during a joint press conference after talks with his US counterpart.
Donald Trump warns Syria of 'big price' after suspected chemical attack in rebel-held Douma sparks outrage
An alleged chemical attack that left dozens dead in Syria's rebel-held town of Douma sparked international outrage Sunday, with US president Donald Trump warning there would be a "big price to pay".
YouTube HQ shooting: Tech CEOs Sundar Pichai, Tim Cook, Jack Dorsey condemn violence and call for gun control
The attack led many tech CEOs such as Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Twitter's Jack Dorsey, Uber's Dara Khosrowshahi, and Apple's Tim Cook express their support.
The federal govt shut down at the stroke of midnight on Friday, halting all but the most essential operations and marring the one-year anniversary of US president Donald Trump's inauguration
On one-year anniversary, Donald Trump presidency faces divided US Senate; may lead to government shutdown over funding
US president Donald Trump was faced with the prospect of marking the first anniversary of his inauguration at the head of a broke government on Friday
US president Donald Trump confirmed that he will travel in November to China, South Korea and Japan as part of his Asia tour, media reports said.
After his removal, there has been a reshuffle in the constitution of the NSC. The biggest name who has been added in the council is Rick Perry, the Energy Secretary.
If Trump's measure fails, it would mean that Obamacare, something that congressional Republicans have railed against for seven years, would remain in place.
Though Donald Trump's anti-migrant, "America-first", protectionist and anti-Islam stand is not new, they are no longer mere campaign speeches but a preview of how America is going to behave towards the world with Trump as the 45th president of the United States of America, and that should worry all including India