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Apr 24, 2018
Mike Pompeo, Donald Trump's pick for secretary of state, narrowly avoids US Senate committee rebukeUS President Donald Trump's choice for secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, has cleared the Senate Foreign Relations Committee with a favorable recommendation, narrowly avoiding a rare rebuke as his confirmation heads to the full Senate.
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 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.
Oct 24, 2017
Senate committee set to vote on appointing Ken Juster as US Ambassador to IndiaA crucial Senate Committee would vote on Trump administration's ambassadorial nominee to India, Ken Juster, later this week, thus paving the way for a full Senate confirmation soon.
Oct 09, 2017
Donald Trump taking US 'on the path to World War III', says Republican Senator Bob CorkerA Republican Senator has warned that President Donald Trump was treating his office like "a reality show" with reckless threats towards other countries
Aug 18, 2017
Charlottesville violence: Republican Bob Corker says Donald Trump shows no 'competence' to lead nationSenator Bob Corker, chairman of the powerful Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said he fears the nation will be in peril unless Trump makes radical changes at the White House.
Jun 07, 2016
Why Modi’s address to the US Congress is vital for IndiaModi's address to US Congress will decide whether India-US relations will continue to be as strong as it is now once the new US president is elected.