Nobel prize a tribute to 'courage' of Tunisian people: Obama

Today's award is therefore also a tribute to the perseverance and courage of the Tunisian people, said Obama.

Obama calls for fair, orderly and lawful immigration system

Asserting that the US needs an immigration system that is fair, orderly and lawful, President Barack Obama has said his government is taking steps to reach out to people who are eligible to become citizens and attract immigrant entrepreneurs as well as educate STEM students.

NATO leaves door open for troops to remain in Afghanistan

Urged on by the United States, NATO is open to keeping more troops in Afghanistan than initially planned after 2016, but officials said today the alliance is waiting for the Obama administration to announce its decision on a larger military presence there.

Obama says sorry to Doctors Without Borders for US airstrike

US President Barack Obama has called Doctors Without Borders to apologize to it for the US mistaken bombing of the organisation-run hospital in Afghanistan, White House said on Wednesday.

Obama 'confident' in TPP Pacific trade deal

US President Barack Obama said Tuesday that he was confident he could make a case for the ambitious TPP Pacific free-trade deal as he began pressing for its ratification by Congress.

Putin's Syrian strategy a recipe for disaster: Obama
Putin's Syrian strategy a recipe for disaster: Obama

Referring to his meeting with Putin early this week, Obama told a press conference yesterday that he told Putin that it is true that the two countries and the entire world have a common interest in destroying the dreaded Islamic State militant group (ISIS).

America needs India's help to make the world a safer place: Donald Trump

US Presidential candidate, Donald Trump has said that the world is in danger due to Pakistan's unbridled atomic and nuclear weapons and if there's anyone who can stop them, it's India.

Exclusive report from New York ahead of PM Modi's US visit

Zee Media exclusive report from New York dhead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the US on September 24.

US sheriff kills court intruder who scaled White House wall

A knife-wielding intruder, who scaled a wall on the White House perimeter earlier this year, was shot dead by a US sheriff at a Pennsylvania county court house Tuesday, an official said.

Obama's fight against climate change: Five big steps
Obama's fight against climate change: Five big steps

US President Barack Obama on Monday unveiled what he called the “biggest, most important step we've ever taken” to fight climate change, amidst an overwhelming opposition from several states nationwide.

UN chief welcomes Obama's climate change plan
UN chief welcomes Obama's climate change plan

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today praised US President Barack Obama's plan to tackle greenhouse gases from coal-fired power plants, saying such "visionary leadership" is needed for securing a global climate change deal.

Obama reunites with father's family in Kenya

 Fulfilling the hopes of millions of Kenyans, Barack Obama returned to his father's homeland today for the first time as US president, a long sought visit by a country that considers him a local son.

Obama urges Britain to stay in EU in BBC interview

U.S. President Barack Obama told the BBC in an interview excerpt that aired on Thursday that Britain must remain in the European Union to maintain its global influence.

Celebrate marriage equality on Facebook
Celebrate marriage equality on Facebook

Facebook has introduced a new feature that lets users show off their support for marriage equality by superimposing a rainbow over their profile picture.

US Congress passes key trade bill in victory for Obama
US Congress passes key trade bill in victory for Obama

After weeks of political wrangling President Barack Obama scored a key victory Wednesday with Congress passing legislation that allows him to swiftly negotiate a Pacific trade accord.  

Is Obama smoking again?

It is being suspected that Barack Obama, who previously said that he has quit smoking, has picked up his bad habit.The rumors ignited after the Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi posted on his Instagram page a photo of him standing on a balcony talking to the 53-year-old American President holding something suspicious that looked like a cigarette packet in his hand, reported E! Online. However, Press Secretary Josh Earnest has turned down all the rumours, assuring that Obama is not smoking again. 

Dollar steady after Obama denies surging unit comment

In Tokyo afternoon trade, the US unit fetched 124.45 yen, against 124.47 yen in New York and 125.52 yen in Tokyo earlier Monday.

Euro rises to $1.13 on German trade data

The euro got a boost from a widening of Germany`s trade surplus in April as exports grew by 1.9 percent, while imports fell 1.3 percent.

Obama tells Greeks it's time to make tough decisions

Obama said yesterday after a meeting with fellow G7 leaders that there is a "sense of urgency in finding a path to resolve the situation."

Kenyan lawyer offers 150 farm animals to wed Malia Obama

 A Kenyan lawyer is keen to marry US President Barack Obama's eldest daughter Malia and has offered cows, goats, sheep worth some USD 90,000 as dowry to wed her.