WAASHINGTON DC: The frontrunner candidate of Republican Party, Donald Trump knows how to be in in the media. However, whenever it seems that he would be losing his position in the gossip mongering, he reappears in more forceful way.
WASHINGTON: The US House of Representatives, Friday, passed a bill allows Americans to sue Saudi Arabia over 9/11, days before the attack’s 15th anniversary. The bill has passed without any opposition or objection, but the White House threatens a veto.
WASHINGTON: President Barack Obama on Saturday urged Americans to remain united in the face of terrorist attacks, in a barely-veiled jab at Republican White House nominee Donald Trump 15 years after 9/11.
NEW YORK: A woman screaming anti-Muslim insults allegedly attacked two hijab-wearing women as they pushed their children in strollers in New York, authorities said.
WASHINGTON: US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton Thursday slammed her Republican opponent Donald Trump’s recent praise for President Vladimir Putin as “scary.”
London: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has warned that his anti-secrecy campaign will release new documents concerning Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, which could be “significant” for the election.
ISLAMABAD: One of the most hot topic on social media these days is the news that United States of America has announced ‘No Visa’ policy for Pakistan.
The US-led coalition scrambled fighters to protect US advisers working with Kurdish forces after Syrian regime jets bombed the area, in the latest escalation of Syria’s bloody conflict, the Pentagon said Friday.
CHICAGO: Chicago’s police chief said Thursday he was recommending the firing of seven officers accused of making false reports over the shooting death of a black teenager.
TEL AVIV: Yuval Rabin, the son of slain Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin who assassinated in 1995, criticized Donald Trump for referring to “Second Amendment people” in a speech and protested that the words that politicians picks can incite violence and endanger democracy.