Thursday, June 4, 2020

Trump briefly taken to WH bunker during protests

Washington-- President Donald Trump was briefly moved to the White House bunker on the evening of May 29 as protests were being held near...

US capital to lift stay-at-home order

Washington-- US capital Washington DC will lift stay-at-home order on Friday and enter phase one of reopening, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced on Wednesday. The city...

President Trump thanks Indian-American aide for seniors’ insulin deal

Washington--US President Donald Trump thanked Indian-American Seema Verma, a key member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, for "working hard" on evolving Medicares...

Indian-American Senate candidate launches “made in America” medicine campaign

Washington--Indian-American Rik Mehta, the frontrunner to take on Democrat New Jersey Senator Cory Booker this year, recently launched his "Made in America" medicines campaign...

Several Indian-Americans, including a WOY 2020 nominee, added to Biden’s unity task forces

Washington--Several prominent Indian-American leaders have been added to presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders' joint task forces which will...

Fair is foul and foul is fair in the Trump universe

BY SAEED NAQVI When the tortoise agreed to ferry a stranded scorpion on its back across the river, which was in spate, he didn't know...

Trump vetoes resolution to limit war power against Iran

Washington-- US President Donald Trump vetoed a resolution aimed at limiting the president's power to use military forces against Iran. "This was a very insulting...

US SC Justice Ginsburg returns to work from hospital bed

Washington-- Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the US Supreme Court oldest sitting Justice, has participted in legal arguments from her hospital bed, just a day after...

California minorities facing more health, economic risks

San Francisco--Minorities in the US state of California were facing more health and economic risks during the COVID-19 pandemic, with less freedom to work...

US Congress session to start next week despite COVID-19 concerns

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Washington-- The US Congress, which has been mostly on recess for the past several weeks, will come back into session next week despite coronavirus...
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