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U.S. One Step Closer To Ditch Potent Planet-Warming Chemicals

Rare bipartisan support for new climate legislation brings the U.S. one step closer to ditching a group of potent planet-warming chemicals. Democratic and Republican senators...

South African Doctors See Unexpected Boom in Plastic Surgery Demand

By Anita Powell Doctors in South Africa, the continent's coronavirus epicenter, expected to be busy as the virus ravaged its way across the Rainbow Nation....

Know The Most Popular Ethnic Cuisines in America

By Dora Mekouar Americans embrace and discover different cultures through their cuisine. The United States is a melting pot, which means its food is, too. And...

Lockdowns Prevented Millions of deaths from Covid-19: Study

Lockdowns across the globe prevented millions of deaths from the novel coronavirus, a new study reports. According to a study by the Imperial College of...

E-Commerce Giant Amazon Plans To Hire 1 Lakh Full, Part-Time Staff Across U.S. Amidst Coronavirus Pandemic

Amazon plans to hire 100,000 new full and part-time staff across the US in its fulfilment centres and delivery network as more and people...

U.S. President Donald Trump Announces Military Deal With India

By Steve Heman President Donald Trump said Monday the United States will sign an agreement to sell $3 billion worth of U.S. helicopters and other equipment...

U.S. Pentagon Emits More Greenhouse Gases Than Portugal, Study Finds

The United States creates more planet-warming greenhouse gas emissions through its defense operations alone than industrialized countries such as Sweden and Portugal, researchers said Wednesday. The...

U.S. House Votes to Take Trump Subpoena Fights to Court

The U.S. House of Representatives voted Tuesday to allow lawsuits against Attorney General William Barr and former White House counsel Don McGahn over their...

Ken Cuccinelli Named Acting U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Director

Former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has officially been named acting director of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). President Donald Trump asked Cuccinelli,...

U.S. Starts ‘Unwinding’ Turkey from F-35 Program over Russia Defense Deal

The United States on Friday raised the stakes in its standoff with Turkey over Ankara's deal to acquire a Russian air defense system, laying...

U.S. Now Seeking Social Media Details from Most Visa Applicants

The State Department is now requiring nearly all applicants for U.S. visas to submit their social media usernames, previous email addresses and phone numbers....

Juan Guaido Contacts US Military To Pressurize Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro To Step Down

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido told his supporters Saturday at a rally in Caracas that he had instructed his ambassador to the U.S. to...

Trade Deal May Be ‘Far Worse’ After 2020, U.S. President Donald Trump Warns China

President Donald Trump warned China Saturday that it should strike a trade deal with the United States now, otherwise an agreement would be “far...

U.S. House Judiciary Committee Tries To Resolve Dispute on Holding Barr in Contempt

The U.S. House Judiciary Committee is proceeding Wednesday with its consideration of whether to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt of Congress over...

New York Times Report Claims, Donald Trump’s Businesses Lost More Than $1 Billion During Early 90’s

Between 1985 and 1994, Donald Trump's businesses lost more than $1 billion, allowing the future president to avoid paying federal taxes for eight of...

“Voluntary Commitments” To The Six-Nation Nuclear Deal: Iran

Iran is giving up some "voluntary commitments" to the six-nation nuclear deal, but is not pulling out of the deal, Foreign Minister Mohammad Zarif...

U.S. Refuses Mention Of Climate Change, Arctic Council Meeting Stands Fail

The participants at the Arctic Council meeting in Finland's far northern town of Rovaniemi have failed to issue a final declaration reportedly due to...

European Deal Signatories Criticize U.S. Decision of Ending Waivers on Iran’s Oil Sanction

The European Union and the foreign ministers of Britain, France, and Germany expressed concern about the U.S. decision not to extend two waivers related...

North Korea: ‘Multiple Rocket Launchers’ On Kim’s Order Confirms State Media

North Korea tested “multiple rocket launchers and tactical guided weapons,” state media confirmed Saturday, the first comments on a launch that has further raised...

New Study Claims, Media Outlets Amplify U.S. President Donald Trump’s Misinformation More Than 400 Times in Span of Three Weeks

Major media outlets fail to debunk US President Donald Trump's false or misleading statements in their tweets 65 per cent of the time, amplifying...

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People Avoid Masks Due to Breathing Problems: Study

When it came to non-compliance towards covering the face, breathing problems have emerged as a key reason, with 50 percent listing it in a...

Women More Vulnerable to Uncurbed Diabetes

Traditionally, women play the role of caregivers in India when it comes to families and their health. They prioritize the health of their loved...

Australia Rescuing Helpless Beached Whales

Rescuers of Australia are trying to save scores of beached whales on the shore in the state of Tasmania. Earlier this week, a pod...

Hydroponic Farm Method Making its way in India

The rows of lettuce, microgreens, and herbs that Himanshu Aggarwal and his mother grow in an enclosed room in a busy New Delhi market...