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Donald Trump speaks to Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen, earns China's wrath

Donald Trump speaks to Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen, earns China's wrath

United States President-elect Donald Trump spoke by phone on Friday with President Tsai Ing-wen of Taiwan on Friday,  a striking break with nearly four decades of diplomatic practice that could precipitate a major rift with China even before he takes office. 

S. Korea, Japan sign intelligence deal despite China criticism

S. Korea, Japan sign intelligence deal despite China criticism

"It is ready to conduct additional nuclear tests and missile launches at any time," South Korean ministry said in a statement.

India remains a key partner: US

US Department of State spokesperson John Kirby has reiterated that India remains and will remain Washington`s key partner and strong bilateral relations will also continue.

What if Donald Trump wants to live in Trump Tower? New York mayor weighs in

What if Donald Trump wants to live in Trump Tower? New York mayor weighs in

Since his election last week, Donald Trump -- who has always lived in New York -- has hardly left Manhattan.

Indian-American woman threatened for calling anti-Trump march

Indian-American woman threatened for calling anti-Trump march

An Indian-American woman politician in the US has received hundreds of angry emails and phone calls, some telling her to "go back to India", after she called for a nation-wide protest against President-elect Donald Trump.

China, US must avoid excessive mutual suspicion - Chinese envoy

China, US must avoid excessive mutual suspicion - Chinese envoy

China and the United States must avoid being overly suspicious of each other`s strategic intentions, China`s ambassador to the United States said on Wednesday while looking ahead to the Presidency of Donald Trump.

Donald Trump, advisers seek to quell rumours of transition team chaos

Donald Trump, advisers seek to quell rumours of transition team chaos

Washington: US President-elect Donald Trump and some of his advisers sought to quell reports of disorganisation on the transition team and fierce internal battles among its members.

West Virginia mayor resigns after racist Michelle Obama Facebook post

The mayor of Clay in West Virginia has resigned and another county official is out following their exchange over a racist Facebook post that compared first lady Michelle Obama to an "ape in heels".

Thousands of Washington students protest against Donald Trump's election

Thousands of Washington students protest against Donald Trump's election

Thousands of students marched in Washington DC in protest against US President-elect Donald Trump.

Despite halt in airstrike, Russia didn't allow aid, food into East Aleppo: US

Despite halt in airstrike, Russia didn't allow aid, food into East Aleppo: US

Washington: The United States has alleged that Russia let the residents of the besieged city of East Aleppo starve as it did not allow aid and food reach the city despite a three week halt in airstrikes.

 Donald Trump committed to NATO alliance: Barack Obama

Donald Trump committed to NATO alliance: Barack Obama

Donald Trump is committed to maintaining America's core strategic relationships, including NATO, outgoing President Barack Obama said today as he embarked on his last foreign trip while in office to reassure concerned allies after his successor's election.

Donald Trump seeks top security clearance for his children: Report

Donald Trump seeks top security clearance for his children: Report

President-elect Donald Trump has sought top security clearance for his three children, according to media reports here which said it could bring up potential conflicts of interest within the incoming administration.

Team Trump urges Democrats to help stop protests

Team Trump urges Democrats to help stop protests

According to Team Trump, President Barack Obama, Democratic leader Hillary Clinton, Senator Bernie Sanders, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid and other Democrats need to intervene to stop the unrest unfolding from Los Angeles to Manhattan, the New York Post reported.

Donald Trump says he'll take USD 1 salary with no vacations

Donald Trump says he'll take USD 1 salary with no vacations

US President-elect Donald Trump has said he would take USD 1 as his salary a year and not the USD 400,000 that comes with the president's job and will refrain from going on any vacation.

Anti-Donald Trump protests continue for 5th day across US

Anti-Donald Trump protests continue for 5th day across US

Anti-Donald Trump protests continued for the fifth day across the US opposing the Republican`s shocking victory in last week`s presidential election.

Muslim teacher told to hang herself with headscarf in US

A 24-year-old Muslim school teacher in the US was told to hang herself with her headscarf in a handwritten anonymous note which said the scarf "isn't allowed anymore".

Donald Trump plans to split time between White House and his Manhattan penthouse: Report

Donald Trump plans to split time between White House and his Manhattan penthouse: Report

Donald Trump may not live in the White House full-time after assuming the US Presidency in January and is discussing with his advisers about splitting his time between Washington and his penthouse apartment in Manhattan, a media report said.

Two arrested after 13 shots fired at New York mall

Two people were arrested after shots were fired near an upstate New York mall, police said.

These have been very very tough days: Hillary Clinton on US poll loss

These have been very very tough days: Hillary Clinton on US poll loss

Speaking for the first time since her concession speech to C President-elect Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton has said that the days following her shocking defeat in presidential polls have been "very, very tough" for her.

America is more deeply divided than we thought, says Hillary Clinton after election defeat

America is more deeply divided than we thought, says Hillary Clinton after election defeat

Hours after conceding the 2016 United States presidential election to Donald Trump in a shocking turn of events, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton addressed her supporters here today.