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Most Americans think Trump doesn't hire best people: Poll

US President Donald Trump repeatedly said during the 2016 election that he would "hire the best people" for his administration, but a new poll found that most Americans don't think he delivered on that promise.

Trump signs $717bn annual defence policy bill into law

US President Donald Trump signed into law the $717 billion annual defence policy bill, the earliest in the year the bill has become law in more than four decades.

Trump encourages boycott against Harley-Davidson

 US President Donald Trump said it was "great" that consumers might boycott American motorcycle manufacturer, Harley-Davidson if it moves some of the company's production overseas.

Melania Trump's parents become naturalised US citizens

US First Lady Melania Trumps parents became American citizens in a naturalisation ceremony here, completing a year-long immigration process even as President Donald Trump called for new laws to bar Americans from sponsoring parents and other relatives.

US jobless rate drops to 3.9%. in July; 157,000 new jobs created

The United States' headline unemployment rate dropped to 3.9 per cent in July, a month in which nonfarm payrolls in the world's largest economy rose by 157,000, the Labour Department said on Friday.

US threatens raising tariffs to 25% on $200bn of Chinese goods

US President Donald Trump has escalated his trade war with China, ordering his administration to consider more than doubling proposed tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods to 25 per cent from 10 per cent, as talks between Washington and Beijing remain at a standstill.

US release of 3D-printed gun software blocked

 A US federal judge in Seattle has blocked the release of software that allows consumers to 3D-print firearms.

Trump threatens government shutdown over immigration policy

WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump has threatened to shut down the government if the Democratic Party does not cooperate on border security issues.

Will raise H1B visa issue at 2+2 dialogue: Sushma Swaraj

 External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Thursday said that India will raise the issue of changing H1B visa norms with the US at the 2+2 dialogue scheduled to be held on September 6 in New Delhi.

Woman dies in Los Angeles store siege, gunman nabbed

A woman has been killed in a Los Angeles grocery store siege in which a gunman held multiple people hostage, police said on Saturday.

Trump commits job training for 3.8 mn American workers

US President Donald Trump along with 23 companies and professional associations have signed a commitment to train 3.8 million unemployed American workers.

Google shows Trump's photo if you search for 'idiot'

After grabbing headlines for showing results related to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the search of the word "Feku" in May, Google algorithms are again hogging the limelight. This time for showing images of US President Donald Trump for a search of the word "idiot".

American media gives Putin too much credit: Russian activist

A member from the Russian punk band and activist group Pussy Riot said President Vladimir Putin's authoritarian rule is actually less organised and effective than that portrayed by the American media.

Over 2,500 children separated at US border awaiting reunification

WASHINGTON: More than 2,500 children are waiting to be reunited with their parents after being separated at the US border, according to the latest government estimate.

Modi loses nearly 3 lakh Twitter followers, Rahul Gandhi 17,000

As Twitter began sanitising its platform by removing inactive and locked accounts, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday lost nearly 300,000 followers while Congress Party President Rahul Gandhi lost over 17,000 followers.

58 immigrant children reunited, says US officials

Fifty-eight immigrant children under the age of five have been reunited with their parents after being separated at the US border, officials said in a filing.

Had damaging information on Trump: FBI agent

Controversial FBI agent Peter Strzok said on Thursday that he had damaging information on US Prtesident Donald Trump during the 2016 US presidential election that may have derailed his campaign.

Stormy Daniels arrested at strip club

American porn star Stormy Daniels was arrested at a strip club for allegedly allowing a patron to touch her while on stage in a "nonsexual manner", her lawyer, Michael Avenatti said Thursday morning.

Trump suggests NATO countries to double defence spending

 US President Donald Trump suggested the NATO countries to increase their defence spending to 4 per cent -- doubling the 2 per cent target that many members of the bloc were yet to meet.


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