US military to hire transgenders from 2018: Trump administration moves federal court to block implementation of policy
President Donald Trump's administration has asked a federal court to block the Pentagon from starting the hiring of transgender recruits in 2018.
Internet Association President Michael Beckerman asked for the vote to be delayed, or for the five commissioners to vote down the measure.
In a stern warning to Pakistan, the CIA chief has said if Islamabad does not eliminate terrorist "safe havens" in its territory, the US will do "everything" it can to destroy them.
The Town Hall, held at the Teen Murti Bhawan Auditorium in New Delhi, was organised by the Obama Foundation and was broadcast live on the Internet.
FCC chairman Ajit Pai accuses Twitter of being politically biased, calls it part of the problem for open internet
“When it comes to an open internet, Twitter is part of the problem,” Pai said. “The company has a viewpoint and uses that viewpoint to discriminate.”
Donald Trump's ban on transgender military personnel: Second federal judge rules against president's order
Second federal judge on Tuesday ruled against Trump's ban on transgender military personnel, further undermining his order by saying Pentagon-funded sex reassignment surgeries can continue to go ahead
Donald Trump's four-month ban on refugees ends; US administration prepares for tougher screening procedures
President Donald Trump's four-month worldwide ban on refugees ended on Tuesday, officials said, as his administration prepared to unveil tougher new screening procedures.
Tech companies including Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Intel and others lobbying for 'Dreamers' to remain in the US
Nearly two dozen major companies in technology and other industries are planning to launch a coalition to demand legislation that would allow young, illegal immigrants a path to permanent residency
US senators reach bipartisan deal to salvage Obamacare subsidies eliminated by Donald Trump last week
US senators have announced they had reached a bipartisan deal to continue a programme that helps low-income Americans purchase health insurance, days after Trump cut such subsidies
Las Vegas attack: With 273 mass shootings in 275 days, United States continues to be plagued by gun violence
The horrifying events in Las Vegas on Sunday night mark the 273rd mass shooting in the US in the 275 days that have passed so far in 2017
After Zuckerberg dismissed Facebook's influence on the 2016 US Presidential election, Obama advised him to take the threat of fake news seriously
In November last year, Obama made a personal appeal to Zuckerberg to take the threat of fake news and political disinformation seriously.
The CEOs of dozens of big-name US firmspressed President Donald Trump to keep an amnesty for people brought to the United States illegally as children.
Donald Trump's new Afghanistan strategy reflects America's intellectual bankruptcy and is bound to fail
US president Donald Trump on Monday announced an extension of his country’s military presence in Afghanistan. So what else is new?
Donald Trump's new Afghanistan strategy: Much to gladden India but key remains putting pressure on Pak
President Donald Trump may be reviled within his own country for his mercurial temperament but his long awaited Afghan strategy is going to find strong support in some quarters.
Donald Trump's new Afghanistan strategy: President tries to sway his base but there's no easy way out for US
While the new US strategy on Afghanistan announced by President Donald Trump on Monday offered nothing new or dramatic, it was an attempt to sway his base.
Donald Trump vows to win 'unwinnable war' in Afghanistan: US president should learn from past presidents and precedents
How he plans to do so is still murky despite the months of internal deliberations that ultimately persuaded Trump to stick with a conflict he has long opposed.
The leak of of telephonic conversations between Donald Trump and the leaders of Mexico and Australia is a national security matter, the White House said.
Ajit Pai, earlier this year, had announced that he would be removing the net neutrality act which is supposed to ensure free internet to all.
Defence secretary James Mattis on Friday delayed a plan to start accepting transgender recruits in the military, the Pentagon said