George Floyd protests: Donald Trump declares himself 'president of law and order', threatens military force to counter violent protests
Embracing the language of confrontation and war, President Donald Trump on Monday declared himself the 'president of law and order' and signaled he would stake his reelection on persuading voters his forceful approach, including deploying US troops to US cities, was warranted in a time of national tumult and racial unrest.
Coronavirus pandemic: Donald Trump declares state of emergency in US; decree to open up $50 billion for state, local govt to respond to outbreak
At the White House, where President Donald Trump made the emergency decree, drug company executives vowed to work together and with the government to quickly expand the country's coronavirus testing capabilities, which are far behind those in many countries.
Donald Trump acquitted by Senate in impeachment trial as re-election looms; investigation into his Ukraine dealings far from over
As the president launches into his reelection campaign, pushing past the charges that threatened his legacy, it’s only a matter of time before fresh details, documents and eyewitnesses emerge.
Markets open in green: Sensex rises over 250 points, Nifty 70 points up; L&T, Axis Bank rally 3% in opening trade
The Sensex was trading 233.92 points or 0.57 percent higher at 41,349.30.
Nancy Pelosi launches impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump: Take a look at how the proceedings work
Pelosi, who well understands the challenges Democrats might face in proceeding with an impeachment inquiry, has long resisted calls from many progressive lawmakers to initiate the the proceedings.
'Are you allowed to impeach a president for gross incompetence?' Donald Trump's 2014 tweet comes back to haunt him as he faces impeachment inquiry
House speaker Nancy Pelosi launched a formal impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump on Tuesday. This is how Twitter reacted to the news.
Daily Bulletin: Two Independent MLAs move SC seeking direction to conclude Karnataka Assembly floor test today; Chandrayaan-2 launch at 2.43 pm; day's top stories
Karnataka political crisis: Two Independent MLAs move SC seeking direction to conclude Assembly floor test today; Chandrayaan-2 launch at 2.43 pm today from Andhra Pradesh's Sriharikota launchpad; day's top stories
Imran Khan arrives in Washington for three-day official visit, to meet Donald Trump tomorrow amid hopes for reset in US-Pakistan ties
Meanwhile, hours before Imran's arrival, Pakistan hired the services of lobbying firm Holland & Knight. The memorandum of understanding on this was signed between former Republican Congressman Tom Reynolds and Pakistani Ambassador Majeed Khan.
US court to pursue Democrats' lawsuit against Donald Trump accusing him of accepting gifts without congressional approval
A federal judge ruled on Tuesday that a lawsuit that accuses President Trump of profiting off the presidency in violation of the Constitution's emoluments clause can move forward. The case brought by nearly 200 congressional Democrats argues that Trump has been accepting gifts from foreign and state governments without congressional approval. Trump, unlike modern presidents before him, has declined to fully divest from his businesses.
'Negotiating with US is poison': Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei accuses Donald Trump of being uninformed
'The definite decision of Iran is to resist against America,' Khamenei said, adding that 'in this showdown, US will be forced to retreat... because our resolve is stronger.'
Donald Trump Jr has agreed to testify before Senate Intelligence Committee in Russian meddling probe, claim US media
Seeking to complete their own report on Russian election interference, Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr risked the wrath of the White House and his Republican party by issuing a subpoena for Donald Jr.
China was “open to approving the previously unapproved” deal for Qualcomm to acquire NXP.
US, China to hold delayed diplomatic, security dialogue in Washington on Friday amid moves to resolve trade war
China said last month the two sides had initially agreed “in principle” to hold the second round of diplomatic security talks in October but they were postponed at Washington’s request amid rising tensions over trade, Taiwan and the South China Sea.
Donald Trump mocks #MeToo movement, says it has led him to censor himself as he can't use some 'expressions' now
US President Donald Trump has mocked the "#MeToo" movement, saying that he needs to censor himself due to the rules of this movement, which is being enforced by the press.
US-China trade war: Donald Trump orders new tariffs on additional $200 billion worth of Chinese imports
US President Donald Trump on Monday announced imposing new tariffs on an additional $200 billion worth of imports from China, escalating the trade war with the Asian giant.
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.
Trump-Putin Helsinki Summit highlights: US president says talks went very well, calls Russia probe 'a disaster'
Russian president begins joint press conference, says Russia never interfered and doesn’t plan to interfere in US domestic politics, including elections.
US government is using a softer approach than imposing China-specific investment restrictions.
US lawmakers demand cancellation of aid to Pakistan until significant steps are taken to combat Taliban in region
The US has not seen Pakistan taking sustained and decisive actions required to bring the Taliban to the negotiating table, a top Trump administration official told lawmakers and demanded suspension of all American aid to Pakistan.
Governments can still cap temperatures below the strict 1.5 degrees Celsius ceiling, only with “rapid and far-reaching” transitions in the world economy.