Washington: US President Donald Trump has said that he will sign an executive order to declare a national emergency to build of a wall along the US-Mexico border.
Washington: US President Donald Trump on Wednesday mocked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for funding a library in Afghanistan, suggesting it was of no use. Trump brought up India's aid during a rambling press appearance at a cabinet meeting as he defended his push for the United States to invest less overseas
New York: In a blow to the Khalistan movement, President Donald Trump's adminsitration has declared the Babbar Khalsa International terrorist group a "risk to the US personnel and interests overseas".
Washington: US President Donald Trump has ridiculed the testimony of Christine Ford, the woman who made sexual assault charges against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
United Nations: President Donald Trump accused China on Wednesday of attempting to meddle in the Nov. 6 congressional elections in the United States in retaliation for the tariffs his administration has imposed on Chinese goods.
United Nations: US President Donald Trump triggered laughter at the UN General Assembly (UNGA) while giving an exaggerated speech about his economic achievements to the world stage.
United Nations: President Donald Trump on Tuesday before the United Nations General Assembly demanded that changes be urgently made to the "world trading system" and defended his trade war with China, saying that the US trade deficit with the Asian giant is "not acceptable".
United Nations: US President Donald Trump on Tuesday held up India as an example to the world of a country that successfully lifted millions out of poverty while upholding democracy and freedom.
Washington: US President Donald Trump's administration announced that it has cut the number of refugees allowed into the country to 30,000 for the fiscal year 2019 starting from October 1, driving down American refugee admissions to one of its lowest levels.
Washington: President Donald Trump said on Monday that he wants to listen to all parties regarding the accusation of sexual assault levelled against Brett Kavanaugh, his nominee for the empty Supreme Court seat.
Washington: US President Donald Trump is urging his administration to move ahead with slapping tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods, according to an official.
Washington: President Donald Trump said on Monday he will take charge of writing the real book about his government in response to the new publication about the White House by respected journalist Bob Woodward, who has been very critical of the current head of the state.
Washington: US Vice President Mike Pence has criticized former President Barack Obama for breaking with tradition and giving a speech filled with criticism of President Donald Trump.
Los Angeles: Governor of US state of California, Jerry Brown has signed bills to block the Trump administration from expanding offshore oil drilling along the western US state's coast.
Washington: A US Senator has said that it was time to use constitutional powers to remove President Donald Trump from office if top officials thought he was unfit for the job.
Washington: A day ahead of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff General Joseph Dunfords stopover in Islamabad, the Pentagon has said that America will continue to press Pakistan to "indiscriminately" target all terrorist groups.
Washington: As Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey gets ready to testify before the US Congress on September 5, reports have surfaced that he is personally weighing in on high-profile decisions to ban controversial accounts, frustrating some employees.
Washington: US President Donald Trump has slammed Attorney General Jeff Sessions for deigning to indict members of his own party just weeks before the midterm elections.
Washington: The US military has announced that it was cancelling $300 million in aid to Pakistan over what it calls Islamabad's failure to take action against militant groups.
Washington: US President Donald Trump said was "very close" to deciding on his Supreme Court nominee, and anticipated a final announcement by Monday.
Washington: US President Donald Trump's administration has released the names of children under the age of five who were separated from their parents at the US-Mexico border, complying with a federal court order.
London: US President Donald Trump will meet Queen Elizabeth and Prime Minister Theresa May at separate meetings on his visit next week to Britain.
Washington: President Donald Trump has written to leaders of several NATO countries, including Germany, Belgium, Norway and Canada, demanding that they increase their defence spending and warned that Washington "is losing patience with their failure to meet security obligations shared by the alliance".