Several US congress people allegedly contested media reports last week about contacts between the president’s team and Russia in White House-arranged phone calls with the press, local media said.
US President Donald Trump has described the media barred from an informal briefing on Friday as a danger to the nation, in a posting on social media networks.
Boston-based Entrepreneur V. A. Shiva Ayyadurai has announced his candidacy for the US Senate seat currently occupied by Elizabeth Warren.
Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray says that the Mexican government is ready to respond with similar measures if the United States imposes a 20-percent tax on goods from Mexico in order to pay for the border wall.
Claims propagated by the media that a US intelligence report disputed the premise behind President Donald Trump’s travel ban are based on clearly incomplete information, Department of Homeland Security Acting Press Secretary Gillian Christensen said in a statement.
Former US Vice President Al Gore has sold nearly half of his holdings of Apple Inc. stock worth almost $30 million, according to a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
The US Department of Homeland Security is going to give contractors an opportunity to introduce their proposals to design and build a wall on the border between the United States and Mexico, the agency said in a notice.
The race toward self-driving cars is making a pitstop into the world of corporate intrigue. Waymo, the autonomous car startup founded by Google parent company Alphabet, has accused Uber of stealing proprietary technology, in what could be the American corporate legal battle of 2017.
As US President Donald Trump prepares to revise his recently-defeated travel ban, false reports of identification sweeps and documentation checkpoints are creating a climate of fear in New York City’s immigrant communities.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has accused US President Donald Trump of accepting “hundreds of thousands of dollars” in campaign contributions from private prisons, and returning the favor by rolling back former President Barack Obama’s administrative memorandum to curtail the for-profit prison industry.
The Arkansas Senate is deliberating a bill that would strip the Clinton name from the state’s largest airport. The bill would prevent any public structure being named after a living person, or a person who served in public office less than 10 years prior to the structure’s completion.
Facebook has made a significant donation to the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) taking place in Maryland this week.
The US Air Force said that it is retiring the 21-year-old MQ-1 Predator drone and is transitioning to the MQ-9 Reaper.
Apple has launched an investigation into a report of an iPhone 7 Plus belching smoke and melting. Video of the meltdown was posted online and quickly went viral.
John Kasich told reporters he would present his plan on the US healthcare reform in a Saturday.
Several major news organizations were blocked from a White House daily briefing on Friday without an immediate explanation, according to media reports.
On Friday China dismissed pressure from US President Donald Trump to reconsider its relationship with North Korea, suggesting that Washington must hash out its own issues with Pyongyang.
The report that will be issued upon concluding the 30-day policy review of efforts to counter Daesh terror group may include a recommendation for a new Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF), US Department of Defense spokesperson Capt. Jeff Davis said in a briefing on Friday.
The US Department of Justice should probe White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus's interference into the FBI ongoing probe of President Donald Trump's campaign contacts with Russia, US House of Representatives minority leader Nancy Pelosi said in a press release on Friday.
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