Trump Administration


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  • US Moves To Deny Green Cards, Citizenship For Poor Immigrants

    US Moves To Deny Green Cards, Citizenship For Poor Immigrants

    Legal immigrants who use public benefits - such as Medicaid, food stamps or housing assistance - could have a tougher time obtaining a green card under a policy change announced Monday that is at the center of the Trump administration's effort to reduce immigration levels.

  • US Government Questions Tech Companies on Ways to Predict Shootings From Social Media

    US Government Questions Tech Companies on Ways to Predict Shootings From Social Media

    Top officials in the Trump administration expressed interest in tools that might anticipate mass shootings or predict attackers by scanning social media posts, photos and videos during a meeting Friday with tech giants including Facebook, Google and Twitter.

  • Trump Administration Re-Authorizes "Cyanide Bombs" To Kill Wildlife

    Trump Administration Re-Authorizes "Cyanide Bombs" To Kill Wildlife

    US President Donald Trump's administration has re-authorized the use of controversial poison traps known as "cyanide bombs" to kill wild foxes, coyotes and feral dogs despite overwhelming opposition from conservation groups.

  • Rupee Edges Higher From 5-Month Low: 10 Things To Know

    Rupee Edges Higher From 5-Month Low: 10  Things To Know

    Clocking some recovery from a five-month low registered the previous session, the rupee appreciated by as much as 26 paise against the US dollar on Tuesday. The rupee opened lower at 70.80 against the greenback, down seven paise compared to the previous close, and slid to as much as 70.83 before reversing direction, and appreciating to as much as 7...

  • US To Withdraw Thousands Of Troops From Afghanistan In "Peace" Taliban Deal

    US To Withdraw Thousands Of Troops From Afghanistan In "Peace" Taliban Deal

    The Trump administration is preparing to withdraw thousands of troops from Afghanistan in exchange for concessions from the Taliban, including a cease-fire and a renunciation of al-Qaida, as part of an initial deal to end the nearly 18-year-old war, U.S. officials say.

  • Hamza Bin Laden Reportedly Dead: Know All About Osama Bin Laden's Son

    Hamza Bin Laden Reportedly Dead: Know All About Osama Bin Laden's Son

    Hamza bin Laden, son of former al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, has been killed, US media reported on Wednesday citing American officials. According to the New York Times, Hamza bin Laden had been killed in an operation during the first two years of the Donald Trump administration even before the State Department had announced a USD 1 million rewar...

  • "Gratified By Cooperation From Great Friend India": US Sanctions Iran

    "Gratified By Cooperation From Great Friend India": US Sanctions Iran

    The United States is "highly gratified by co-operation from a great friend and partner like India" on the Iranian oil sanctions, the White House said on Wednesday as the Trump administration slapped sanctions against Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, ramping up its tension with Tehran.

  • US Imposes Sanctions On Iran's Foreign Minister Amid Escalating Tensions

    US Imposes Sanctions On Iran's Foreign Minister Amid Escalating Tensions

    The Trump administration imposed sanctions on Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Wednesday in a dramatic step bound to further escalate tensions with Tehran.

  • US "Working Hard" With India To Help Grow Its Economy: Mike Pompeo

    US "Working Hard" With India To Help Grow Its Economy: Mike Pompeo

    The United State is "working hard" with the Indian government to provide the country with opportunities to grow its economy as a part of the Trump Administration's Indo-Pacific strategy, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Tuesday.

  • US Approves Foreign Military Sales To Back India's C-17 Transport Planes

    US Approves Foreign Military Sales To Back India's C-17 Transport Planes

    As part of its efforts to enhance India's defence capabilities in the Indo-Pacific region, the Trump Administration notified the Congress on Friday of its decision to approve foreign military sales worth $670 million to support India's C-17 military transport aircraft.

  • Trump's New Asylum Border Rule Clears Initial Legal Hurdle

    Trump's New Asylum Border Rule Clears Initial Legal Hurdle

    The Trump administration on Wednesday turned back an initial legal challenge to a new rule that bars almost all immigrants from applying for asylum at the U.S.-Mexican border when a federal judge in Washington rejected a request to block it.

  • Brain Scans Of "Injured" US Embassy Staff Show Clinical Abnormalities

    Brain Scans Of "Injured" US Embassy Staff Show Clinical Abnormalities

    Advanced brain scans of U.S. Embassy employees who reported falling ill while serving in Havana revealed significant differences, according to a new study published on Tuesday that does little to resolve the mystery of injuries the Trump administration had characterized as a "sonic attack."

  • Scans Show Changes To Brains Of "Injured" Havana US Embassy Workers

    Scans Show Changes To Brains Of "Injured" Havana US Embassy Workers

    Advanced brain scans of US Embassy employees who reported falling ill while serving in Havana revealed significant differences, according to a new study published on Tuesday that does little to resolve the mystery of injuries the Trump administration had characterized as a "sonic attack."

  • "Kashmir A Bilateral Issue, Ready To Assist": US Damage Control Amid Row

    "Kashmir A Bilateral Issue, Ready To Assist": US Damage Control Amid Row

    The Trump administration has launched a damage control exercise after President Donald Trump's remarks about mediation on Kashmir, with the State Department on Tuesday saying it was a "bilateral" issue between India and Pakistan, and the US "welcomes" the two countries "sitting down" for talks.

  • Hafiz Saeed's Arrest Is "Window Dressing", Made No Difference Before: US

    Hafiz Saeed's Arrest Is "Window Dressing", Made No Difference Before: US

    The Trump administration on Friday expressed doubts over Pakistan's intentions in arresting terrorist Hafiz Saeed, the mastermind of the 2001 parliament attack and the 2008 Mumbai attack, saying his previous arrests made no difference either to his activities or that of his terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba.

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'Trump Administration' - 716 News Result(s)

  • US Moves To Deny Green Cards, Citizenship For Poor Immigrants

    US Moves To Deny Green Cards, Citizenship For Poor Immigrants

    Legal immigrants who use public benefits - such as Medicaid, food stamps or housing assistance - could have a tougher time obtaining a green card under a policy change announced Monday that is at the center of the Trump administration's effort to reduce immigration levels.

  • US Government Questions Tech Companies on Ways to Predict Shootings From Social Media

    US Government Questions Tech Companies on Ways to Predict Shootings From Social Media

    Top officials in the Trump administration expressed interest in tools that might anticipate mass shootings or predict attackers by scanning social media posts, photos and videos during a meeting Friday with tech giants including Facebook, Google and Twitter.

  • Trump Administration Re-Authorizes "Cyanide Bombs" To Kill Wildlife

    Trump Administration Re-Authorizes "Cyanide Bombs" To Kill Wildlife

    US President Donald Trump's administration has re-authorized the use of controversial poison traps known as "cyanide bombs" to kill wild foxes, coyotes and feral dogs despite overwhelming opposition from conservation groups.

  • Rupee Edges Higher From 5-Month Low: 10 Things To Know

    Rupee Edges Higher From 5-Month Low: 10  Things To Know

    Clocking some recovery from a five-month low registered the previous session, the rupee appreciated by as much as 26 paise against the US dollar on Tuesday. The rupee opened lower at 70.80 against the greenback, down seven paise compared to the previous close, and slid to as much as 70.83 before reversing direction, and appreciating to as much as 7...

  • US To Withdraw Thousands Of Troops From Afghanistan In "Peace" Taliban Deal

    US To Withdraw Thousands Of Troops From Afghanistan In "Peace" Taliban Deal

    The Trump administration is preparing to withdraw thousands of troops from Afghanistan in exchange for concessions from the Taliban, including a cease-fire and a renunciation of al-Qaida, as part of an initial deal to end the nearly 18-year-old war, U.S. officials say.

  • Hamza Bin Laden Reportedly Dead: Know All About Osama Bin Laden's Son

    Hamza Bin Laden Reportedly Dead: Know All About Osama Bin Laden's Son

    Hamza bin Laden, son of former al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, has been killed, US media reported on Wednesday citing American officials. According to the New York Times, Hamza bin Laden had been killed in an operation during the first two years of the Donald Trump administration even before the State Department had announced a USD 1 million rewar...

  • "Gratified By Cooperation From Great Friend India": US Sanctions Iran

    "Gratified By Cooperation From Great Friend India": US Sanctions Iran

    The United States is "highly gratified by co-operation from a great friend and partner like India" on the Iranian oil sanctions, the White House said on Wednesday as the Trump administration slapped sanctions against Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, ramping up its tension with Tehran.

  • US Imposes Sanctions On Iran's Foreign Minister Amid Escalating Tensions

    US Imposes Sanctions On Iran's Foreign Minister Amid Escalating Tensions

    The Trump administration imposed sanctions on Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Wednesday in a dramatic step bound to further escalate tensions with Tehran.

  • US "Working Hard" With India To Help Grow Its Economy: Mike Pompeo

    US "Working Hard" With India To Help Grow Its Economy: Mike Pompeo

    The United State is "working hard" with the Indian government to provide the country with opportunities to grow its economy as a part of the Trump Administration's Indo-Pacific strategy, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Tuesday.

  • US Approves Foreign Military Sales To Back India's C-17 Transport Planes

    US Approves Foreign Military Sales To Back India's C-17 Transport Planes

    As part of its efforts to enhance India's defence capabilities in the Indo-Pacific region, the Trump Administration notified the Congress on Friday of its decision to approve foreign military sales worth $670 million to support India's C-17 military transport aircraft.

  • Trump's New Asylum Border Rule Clears Initial Legal Hurdle

    Trump's New Asylum Border Rule Clears Initial Legal Hurdle

    The Trump administration on Wednesday turned back an initial legal challenge to a new rule that bars almost all immigrants from applying for asylum at the U.S.-Mexican border when a federal judge in Washington rejected a request to block it.

  • Brain Scans Of "Injured" US Embassy Staff Show Clinical Abnormalities

    Brain Scans Of "Injured" US Embassy Staff Show Clinical Abnormalities

    Advanced brain scans of U.S. Embassy employees who reported falling ill while serving in Havana revealed significant differences, according to a new study published on Tuesday that does little to resolve the mystery of injuries the Trump administration had characterized as a "sonic attack."

  • Scans Show Changes To Brains Of "Injured" Havana US Embassy Workers

    Scans Show Changes To Brains Of "Injured" Havana US Embassy Workers

    Advanced brain scans of US Embassy employees who reported falling ill while serving in Havana revealed significant differences, according to a new study published on Tuesday that does little to resolve the mystery of injuries the Trump administration had characterized as a "sonic attack."

  • "Kashmir A Bilateral Issue, Ready To Assist": US Damage Control Amid Row

    "Kashmir A Bilateral Issue, Ready To Assist": US Damage Control Amid Row

    The Trump administration has launched a damage control exercise after President Donald Trump's remarks about mediation on Kashmir, with the State Department on Tuesday saying it was a "bilateral" issue between India and Pakistan, and the US "welcomes" the two countries "sitting down" for talks.

  • Hafiz Saeed's Arrest Is "Window Dressing", Made No Difference Before: US

    Hafiz Saeed's Arrest Is "Window Dressing", Made No Difference Before: US

    The Trump administration on Friday expressed doubts over Pakistan's intentions in arresting terrorist Hafiz Saeed, the mastermind of the 2001 parliament attack and the 2008 Mumbai attack, saying his previous arrests made no difference either to his activities or that of his terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba.

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