- August 27, 2016
They both seek to rule the world, but not together
‘I denounce any forms of violence or extremism anywhere in the world’
‘From now on those who break the rules will face the consequences, and there will be very severe consequences’
With Trump turning his back on climate change, the US can turn to Bangladesh to adapt
Last week the US Trade Representative sent a letter to Congress saying that Americans are not directly subject to rulings by the WTO, which Washington joined when it was founded in 1995
Setting aside politics, Emily Ratajkowski took to Twitter defending the First Lady Melania Trump on Monday, after meeting a New York Times journalist who allegedly referred to the first lady as a “hooker.”
A Bangladeshi youth who had paid Tk25lakh to a human trafficker for providing him safe passage into the US, died after his boat sank in the seas somewhere near Panama.
The enforcement actions took place in Atlanta, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and surrounding areas
A US federal judge on Friday ordered a temporary, nationwide halt to President Donald Trump’s ban on travellers from seven Muslim-majority countries, in the most severe legal blow to the controversial measure.
A Revolutionary Guards commander said Iran would use its missiles if its security is under threat, as the elite force defied new US sanctions on its missile programme by holding a military exercise on Saturday.
The Department of State has asked US citizens to be cautious about the continuing threats from terrorist groups in Bangladesh and to consider risks of travelling throughout the country
US intelligence agencies say Russia was behind hacks into Democratic Party organisations and operatives before the presidential election, a conclusion supported by several private cyber-security firms
A candidate must obtain an absolute majority of the vote – or 270 of the 538 – to claim the presidency
Nikki Haley, the 44-year-old daughter of Indian immigrants, represents what some Republicans hope could be the new face of their party: a younger, more diverse generation of leaders
President-elect Donald Trump’s big-spending plan to revitalise US infrastructure could be just the ticket to drag the world economy out of its post-crisis torpor, experts say.
Clinton has attributed her loss to the bombshell decision by FBI director James Comey to re-open the probe into her use of a private email server, less than two weeks before the vote
Most of the US coal industry doubts Donald Trump can fulfill his promise to make the ailing industry great again in a country awash in dirt-cheap natural gas, a competing fuel.
Ecuador said on Wednesday that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange should receive guarantees that he will not be extradited if he faces justice in Sweden after four years of living in the South American nation’s embassy in London.
The survey, commissioned by a Sanders supporter, backs a theory popular among the Vermont senator’s fans
There is one such situation already in the in-tray Trump will find on his desk, on the Korean peninsula, where the North Korean regime is rapidly developing a long-range nuclear missile