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Indian-American Seema Verma doing a "wonderful" job in health care: Trump

Indian-American Seema Verma doing a "wonderful" job in health care: Trump

US President Donald Trump has praised Indian-American Seema Verma, head of a powerful federal health care agency, for doing a "wonderful" job in helping him repeal and replace the Obamacare.

Surveillance findings raise concern about spying on Trump campaign: Committee Chairman Devin Nunes

Surveillance findings raise concern about spying on Trump campaign: Committee Chairman Devin Nunes

Washington: U.S. House of Representatives intelligence committee Chairman Devin Nunes said on Wednesday that intelligence agencies had swept up incidental communications by Donald Trump's political campaign after the election, raising concerns about spying on the newly elected president.

Donald Trump warns Republican lawmakers of backlash for healthcare failure

Donald Trump warns Republican lawmakers of backlash for healthcare failure

United States President Donald Trump warned Republican lawmakers on Tuesday that voters could punish them if they do not approve a plan he favors to dismantle Obamacare, as pressure grew on the businessman-turned-politician to win the first major legislative battle of his presidency.

FBI chief confirms probe of possible Russian link to Trump's team

FBI chief confirms probe of possible Russian link to Trump's team

FBI Director James Comey confirmed for the first time Monday that the agency is investigating Russian interference in last year's presidential election and notably Moscow's possible collusion with President Donald Trump's campaign.

FBI director to testify on Russia ties as Trump slams 'fake news'

FBI director to testify on Russia ties as Trump slams 'fake news'

The directors of the FBI and NSA are to give keenly awaited testimony before Congress Monday on what ties President Donald Trump may have with Russia and his explosive allegation that he was wiretapped by his predecessor Barack Obama.

Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi to meet Donald Trump in Washington in early April

Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi and US President Donald Trump will meet in Washington next month, Egypt's leading state-owned newspaper said on Sunday.

US Secret Service laptop with Trump Tower floor plans stolen, says ABC News

A Secret Service agent's laptop computer containing floor plans for Trump Tower, details on the criminal investigation of Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server and other national security information was stolen, ABC News reported on Friday, citing law enforcement sources.

White House intruder was on grounds for 15 minutes before arrest, says CNN

A California man who scaled the White House fence last week was on the property's south grounds for at least 15 minutes before he was captured, CNN reported on Friday, citing an unnamed U.S. Secret Service source.

Pentagon denies hitting Syria mosque, offers photo as proof

A US air strike in northern Syria did not hit a mosque, but rather a nearby building with "dozens" of Al-Qaeda members inside, the Pentagon said Friday as it published a photo of the strike's aftermath.

Trump accuses China of doing 'little' to contain North Korea

US President Donald Trump on Friday accused China of not doing enough to help contain North Korea's nuclear ambitions, after his Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said military action against Pyongyang was an option.

No evidence Trump Tower bugged by Obama: Top senators

No evidence Trump Tower bugged by Obama: Top senators

President Donald Trump's controversial allegation that the Obama administration wiretapped his Trump Tower in New York wilted further Thursday when two top US senators said they saw no evidence to back the claim.

Donald Trump ready to fight after travel ban again blocked by SC

Donald Trump ready to fight after travel ban again blocked by SC

President Donald Trump braced Thursday for a long legal battle over his ban on travel from six mainly-Muslim countries after two federal judges ruled against the measure, saying the Republican's own comments suggested religious bias.

Late-season snowstorm throws US Northeast for a loop

A late-season snowstorm swept the mid-Atlantic and northeastern United States on Tuesday, closing public school systems from Washington, DC, to Boston, grounding thousands of airline flights and knocking out electricity to 200,000 customers.

Seema Verma confirmed by Senate for top health post in Trump administration

Seema Verma has been confirmed by the US Senate for a top health care position in the Trump administration, becoming the second Indian-American in the new government to be approved by the upper chamber of the US Congress.

United States deploys attack drones in South Korea amid threats

The US is permanently stationing a sophisticated armed drone system in South Korea amid North Korea's provocative missile tests, a top Pentagon official has said.

Intruder arrested after breaching White House grounds: US media

Intruder arrested after breaching White House grounds: US media

An intruder with a backpack was arrested after breaching the White House grounds while US President Donald Trump was there, US media said Saturday.

U.S. strategy in Afghanistan will require more troops says U.S. general

A new U.S. strategy to break a stalemate in Afghanistan will require additional U.S. troops, the head of the U.S. military's Central Command said on Thursday.

U.S. to host 68-nation meeting on countering Islamic State - Official

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will host a 68-nation meeting in Washington this month to discuss the next moves by the coalition fighting Islamic State, a senior Trump administration official said on Thursday.

Donald Trump says reports of infighting in admin are 'FAKE NEWS'

Donald Trump says reports of infighting in admin are 'FAKE NEWS'

United States President Donald Trump on Tuesday lambasted media reports suggested disputes within the Trump administration saying the reports are `fake news`.

US assures 'speedy justice' in Sikh man shooting case as FBI joins probe

US assures 'speedy justice' in Sikh man shooting case as FBI joins probe

Deep Rai, a US national of Indian origin, was shot outside his home on Friday. His assistants were wearing mask and shouted "go back to your own country".