Although Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders' endorsements are believed to have paved the way for Joe Biden's successful presidential nomination, the former vice president isn't rushing to return the favour. US independent journalist Max Parry has explained how the expectations of the so-called “progressives” were ultimately unrequited.
While Team Trump is continuing its legal fight over alleged voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election, New Delhi is preparing itself for a change of leadership in the White House. Indian author Suvam Pal has shed light on Modi and the BJP's old ties with the US Democratic Party and provided a prognosis with regard to US-Indian relations.
The six were arrested by Venezuelan authorities during corporate meetings in Caracas back in 2017 and were charged with embezzlement, contract malfeasance and money laundering.
The UK government has announced plans to establish a Digital Markets Unit (DMU) to make a new code to improve transparency regarding the provision of services and the use of personal data by the world’s biggest tech companies, as well as oversee a pro-competition regime for platforms.
YEREVAN (Sputnik) – Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said on Friday that he had held two phone conversations on the situation in Azerbaijan's conflict-torn region of Nagorno-Karabakh with Russian President Vladimir Putin within an hour.
The US president previously said that the vaccine would be available before the 3 November presidential election, prompting criticism from Democrats who believed he was rushing its development.
Controversy is surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine developed by AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford, with critics expressing concerns that it could be based on "shaky science".
The food-chain giant apparently meant that at some point, everyone outgrows the happy meal, typically ordered by children, but many Twitter users sensed a deeper meaning in the controversial post.