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Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Indian Americans Staged an Awareness Rally “March against Hate Crimes” in-front of White House

Across from the White House at Lafayette Square Park, the Indian American community held an Awareness Rally and protest against racially motivated hate crimes committed...

Trump: Obama ‘more angry at me’ than at Orlando shooter

Donald Trump reiterated on Tuesday his calls to block the entry of Muslims into the United States and counterattacked Hillary Clinton and President Obama...

Orlando nightclub shooting: What we know

• A gunman opened fire in a gay nightclub: It began around 2 a.m. Sunday as a gunbattle between a man and an off-duty...

Trump Taj Mahal Among Atlantic City Casinos Seen at Risk to Shut

Four additional casinos in Atlantic City, including the Trump Taj Mahal, could shutter if gaming expands in New Jersey beyond the cash-strapped resort town. A...

‘New York Times’ story says Trump doesn’t rule out quitting after winning

Following the 2016 presidential race has often been an exercise in discerning whether a headline is real or originating from The Onion. The latest entry...

US President Barack Obama: ‘Nothing justifies violence against law enforcement’

President Barack Obama said the fatal shootings of three Louisiana police were "the work of cowards who speak for no one," telling reporters late...

Trump spokesman Miller won’t be joining White House

There's already been a shake-up on President-elect Donald Trump's communications team Jason Miller, just announced this week as the incoming White House communications director, said...

Clinton sweeps in U.S. Virgin Islands

WASHINGTON - Hillary Clinton scored a sweeping win in the U.S. Virgin Islands on Saturday, picking up all seven pledged delegates at stake as...

Obama tells Jimmy Fallon he’s ‘worried’ about the Republican Party

President Obama says Democrats are only too happy to run against Donald Trump, but he is personally "worried" about the fate of the Republican...

Loretta Lynch, Bill Clinton meeting raises eyebrows

WASHINGTON — Attorney General Loretta Lynch faced continuing questions Thursday related to an awkward encounter with former president Bill Clinton after the two crossed...

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