HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES REPUBLICAN PARTY
Former top-tier presidential candidate Kamala Harris ends 2020 White House bid
Harris, 55, would have been the first woman and second black U.S. president if elected next November. But her wavering views on how to solve the nation's healthcare problems and whether to embrace her past as a prosecutor were among the missteps that dragged down the campaign after its glitzy launch in January.
US lawmakers weigh impeachment charges against Trump
Four constitutional scholars will testify before the House Judiciary Committee in the fi...
Congressional Committee to review Trump impeachment report on Monday
The US' House Congressional committee will be reviewing the investigatio...
US: Kamala Harris, Tulsi Gabbard spar at Democratic presidential debate
The two Democratic presidential aspirants, both of whom have a huge support base among Indian-Americans across the country, were participating in the party's primary debate in Atlanta on Wednesday night. Kamala Harris is a US Senator of Indian-origin and Tulsi Gabbard is Hindu Congresswoman from Hawaii.
History in the making: Donald Trump's impeachment hearing underway
Rep. Adam Schiff, the Democratic chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, immediately outlined the question at the core of the impeachment inquiry -- whether the president used his office to pressure Ukraine officials for personal political gain.
US Defence Secretary fires Navy chief over SEAL's case
US Defence Secretary Mark Esper has fired Navy chief Richard Spencer over his handling of a Navy SEAL's case that has pitted military leaders against President Donald Trump. The case is related to Edward Gallagher, who was convicted for posing with a corpse in Iraq in 2017. For that Gallagher was demoted, but President Trump later reinstated his rank.
US House passes Hong Kong rights bills, Donald Trump expected to sign
The House sent the bills to the White House after voting 417 to 1 for the "Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act," which the Senate passed unanimously on Tuesday. Strong support had been expected after the House passed a similar bill last month.
New bill in US Senate for more green cards
Democratic party senators Dick Durbin and Patrick Leahy introduced on Wednesday the Resolving Extended Limbo for Immigrant Employees and Families (RELIEF) Act, which essentially seeks to eliminate the backlog in family and employment green cards.
Trump aims to turn impeachment probe into campaign asset
Trump is facing an investigation provoked by his unprecedented call for Ukraine and then China to assist in digging up dirt on his political rivals.
BJP's itch with allies is old
The saffron party, which formed National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in 1998 when it fell short of majority in the Lok Sabha elections, has seen several parties coming in and going out over the past two decades.
Chinese spies spook democracies from US to Europe to Australia
In Australia, it was reported Sunday that China offered a Melbourne-based car dealer a bribe to run as a parliamentary candidate before he was found dead in March. The previous day, media reports said that a man who spied for China in Hong Kong and Taiwan offered intelligence information to Australia and wanted political asylum.
4 Indian-Americans win state, local elections in US
Indian-American Ghazala Hashmi, a former community college professor, created history by becoming the first Muslim woman to be elected to the Virginia State Senate, while Suhas Subramanyam, who served as the White House technology policy adviser to former president Barack Obama, has been elected to the Virginia State House of Representative.
US Congressional Commission's hearing on Kashmir nearly fizzles out
"India is not just a 70-year-old nation that you see. India is a 5,000-year-old civilisation. There is no Kashmir without India. There is no India without Kashmir. It's both ways. And I will say this at the top of my voice," Kashmiri-American Vashist said in response to the separatists supported panel of experts at the hearing.
Market Movers: What changed for Dalal Street while you were sleeping
Analysts said Nifty might have kicked off the next leg of up-move, where it is likely to scale fresh all-time highs in the short term
New revelation at historic Trump impeachment hearing
Trump is accused by Democrats in the House of Representatives of abusing his power by using US military aid to pressure Kiev into opening an investigation into Biden and his son Hunter, who served on the board of a Ukrainian gas company. Trump, who maintains he did nothing wrong, dismissed the impeachment inquiry and termed it as a "witch hunt."
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