Donald Trump Is Back On Social Media After 2 Year Ban
After facing a two year ban from Facebook, YouTube and Twitter, the former USA President Donald Trump is finally back. On March 17, Trump took to Facebook and YouTube and said, "I AM BACK!". He further said, "Sorry to keep you waiting. Complicated business." It is to be noted in 2021, Trump's social media handle were banned amid his violent posts, which allegedly provoked violence in the states.
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US Reacts To IT Raids Conducted At BBC Offices In Delhi, Mumbai
The United States of America (USA) reacted to the recent IT-Raids conducted at the BBC offices in Delhi and Mumbai. On February 15, State Department Spokesperson Ned Price said, "Beyond this discrete action, what I'll say more broadly is the general point that I've consistently made in this context, but in a universal context as well." Furthermore, the US said that they support free press and its importance.
Tags: United States, BBC offices, IT Raids, BBC Documentary Row, Free Press Speech
Courtesy: The Free Press Journal
US House Of Representatives Endorses Bill To Safeguard Same-Sex Marriages
US House of Representatives approved a bill to guarantee marriage equality on July 19 amid concerns that the Supreme Court would reverse its recognition of same-sex marriage. The Respect for Marriage Act was approved by a vote of 267 to 157, with 47 Republicans joining all Democrats in support. The bill will now be sent to the Senate for consideration, where it faces uncertain prospects in the equally split body.
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US EV Manufacturer Electric Last Mile Solutions Intends To File For Bankruptcy
Electric Last Mile Solutions Inc (ELMS), commercial electric vehicle manufacturer in United States on June 12 stated it intends to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy after reviewing its products and commercialization plans. Securities and Exchange Commission was probing issues raised in previous filings of ELMS. Earlier, it laid off around 24% of its employees. In June 2021, the company became public after merging with blank-check provider Forum… read-more
Tags: Electric Vehicles, Electric Last Mile Solutions Inc, United States, BANKRUPTCY, Securities and Exchange Commission
Courtesy: DNA India
Clinical Test Confirms Cancer-Eradicating Medicine For 'First Time In History'
A clinical experiment found that after six months of using a medication, 12 individuals with rectal cancer had no symptoms of tumor. The medicine Dostarlimab was used in trial at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC), New York. This is "the first time this has happened in the history of cancer," said Dr. Luis A. Diaz J., MSKCC. Researchers said the medicine seemed beneficial, but a larger-scale experiment is required.
Tags: Cancer, United States, Scientists, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, clinical trial
Biden Urges Congressman To Curb Gun Violence In USA
Concerned about shootouts in the United States, which killed 35 people in three-weeks, President Joe Biden urged US Congress to ban "Assault Weapon". On June 3, Biden said, "Guns are the number one killer of children in the USA". He asked for "Red Flag" laws or to increase the age to purchase guns, in order to protect against gun-violence in public places like malls, schools, grocery stores, and churches.
Tags: Gun Violence, Joe BIden, United States, Killings, Law
US Is Making Russian Journalists Work Difficult, Says Russian Ministry Spokesperson
Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova, on May 13, demanded immediate end of persecuting Russian Journalists so that they can work under normal condition. The more restrictions are being constantly imposed on Russian Journalists accredited in the US and that is making their work more difficult. She mentioned that the Federal Bureau of investigation recently attempted twice to involve a head of Russian correspondent office in… read-more
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Biden Was Elected Because People Wants 'Less Drama': Said Elon Musk
On May 12, Elon Musk expressed through his tweet that he thinks a less divisive candidate will be better in 2024 election than former President Donald Trump. He also said Biden was elected not because of the transformation of the country, rather because everyone wanted 'less drama'. Earlier this week Musk said banning decision ofTrump from twitter was a mistake.
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US- EU Collaborating In Pathogen Monitoring, Vaccine Research: Covid-19 Summit
In the Global Covid-19 Summit hosted by different health experts of all the nations on May 12, US President Joe Biden and European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen agreed to collaborate. Two leaders issued a joint statement and decided to cooperate on pathogen monitoring and vaccine research. US committed extra 200 million USD, European Union committed 450 million USD to the World Bank to prevent pandemic, global health security.
Tags: Covid-19, United States, European Union, US President Joe Biden, European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen, World Bank
US Intelligence Helping Ukraine To Kill Russian Generals, Claims Report
According to the New York Times, Ukrainian Officials confirmed that they have killed about 12 Russian Generals on the battlefield. American intelligence provided Ukraine with details regarding Russia's expected troop movements that has helped Ukrainian Forces kill many of the Russian Generals in the war. Though US officials declined to specify how many generals are killed with the help of US Intelligence, these are the claims of the… read-more
Tags: United States, Ukraine, Russia, Ukraine-russia war, US Intelligence