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Donald Trump will get wake-up call when he takes office: Barack Obama

Outgoing US President Barack Obama said it was really important for Donald Trump to try to send some signals of unity and to reach out to minority groups or women.

Trump to convene special Congress session to repeal Obamacare

Trump to convene special Congress session to repeal Obamacare

"He (Trump) has talked about convening a special session on January 20th after he is sworn in as President of the United States to do this very thing, to repeal and replace Obamacare," Trump's Campaign Manager said.

Bobby Jindal among probables in Trump's Cabinet

Two-term Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, the first ever Indian-American to be elected as a state Governor, is among the shortlisted candidates for Trump's Cabinet, according to a media report.

Trump, U.S. Congress will agree on some issues, long-term questions loom

Trump, U.S. Congress will agree on some issues, long-term questions loom

Repealing Obamacare would shake the U.S. healthcare and insurance industries, which have broadly called for measured reforms, although not for its full-scale elimination.

Kamala Harris set to become 1st Indian-American US Senator

Kamala Harris set to become 1st Indian-American US Senator

Harris, 51, has already got the backing of US President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden to be the state's next Senator.

Donald Trump touched us inappropriately, two women tell New York Times

Donald Trump touched us inappropriately, two women tell New York Times

Two women accused Donald Trump of inappropriate touching in a story posted on the New York Times website on Wednesday, accusations his spokesman called "fiction" but which may further damage the Republican presidential nominee`s campaign with only four weeks to go until the Nov. 8 election.

Bahrain says Congress vote on Saudi 9/11 bill will harm US

Bahrain warned Thursday that the United States would be the loser from Congress`s vote to override President Barack Obama`s veto of a bill allowing 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia.

REALITY CHECK of WhatsApp message: How common man can sign petition to declare Pakistan a terror state

REALITY CHECK of WhatsApp message: How common man can sign petition to declare Pakistan a terror state

After Uri attack, a number of WhatsApp users are getting a message about 'petition to declare Pakistan terror state'.

Obama faces prospect of first veto override on Sept 11 Saudi bill

Obama faces prospect of first veto override on Sept 11 Saudi bill

Congress passed the Saudi bill in reaction to suspicions, denied by Saudi Arabia, that 9/11 hijackers were backed by the Saudi government.

Bill in US Congress on Pakistan reflects concerns on terrorism: India

India on Thursday said the a bill introduced in the US Congress describing Pakistan as a state sponsor of terrorism was an acknowledgment of Islamabad being the "epicentre of terrorism", and exuded confidence of the bill being treated with utmost seriousness.

'Terrorists who perpetrated this cowardly act must be brought to justice' - Members of US Congress strongly condemn Uri attack

'Terrorists who perpetrated this cowardly act must be brought to justice' - Members of US Congress strongly condemn Uri attack

Members of the US Congress have come down heavily on Sunday's cross-border terror attack from Pakistan on an army base at Uri in Jammu and Kashmir in which 18 Indian soldiers lost their lives.

FBI delivers documents on Hillary Clinton email probe to US Congress

The Democratic presidential nominee has for over a year been dogged by questions about her use of a private email account while she was the nation`s top diplomat.

Congress to receive 28 classified pages of 9/11 report today

Some US lawmakers have alleged the 28 pages link Saudi government officials to the 2001 attacks. 

Sanders' endorsement to Clinton proves system is Rigged: Stephen Miller

A day earlier in an interview to Vox, Clinton said she expressed concern over IT workers being displaced and being asked to train people.

US introduces bill to bar Indian companies from hiring on H-1B visas

US introduces bill to bar Indian companies from hiring on H-1B visas

A legislation has been introduced in the House of Representatives by a bipartisan group of US lawmakers which if passed by the Congress would prevent Indian companies from hiring IT professionals on H-1B and L1 visas.

US Capitol, put under lockdown after suspicious activity, given 'all-clear' to open

US Capitol, put under lockdown after suspicious activity, given 'all-clear' to open

The police said the US Capitol is no longer under lockdown and that locked-down buildings can be reopened.

Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard launches campaign for Diwali stamp

The first Hindu elected to the US Congress has launched a signature campaign to ask the country's postal service to issue a stamp for recognising Diwali as a special day.

US Congress rejects amendments to cut funds for Pakistan

US Congress rejects amendments to cut funds for Pakistan

Earlier in May, the US House of Representatives had approved $900m CSF outlay for Pakistan as part of the annual Defence Authorisation Bill.

'Pakistan's nuclear programme has increased risk of conflict with India'

'Pakistan's nuclear programme has increased risk of conflict with India'

Pakistan's "full spectrum deterrence" nuclear doctrine and increasing fissile production capability have increased the risk of a nuclear conflict with India, a US Congressional report has said amid Pakistan's efforts to drum up support for its NSG membership bid.

India downplays US Senate rejecting bill on special status

India Thursday downplayed the US Senate rejecting a key amendment recognising the country as "global strategic and defence partner", saying it would be "premature" to speculate about its final content.