01 Sep 2016
Washington: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has failed in his first foreign policy test, his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton said as the real estate tycoon returned from Mexico City after meeting the Mexican president.
07 Jun 2016
Los Angeles: After staying above the campaign fray for months, US President Barack Obama could endorse Hillary Clinton as early as this week as the Democratic presidential nominee, nudging Bernie Sanders to finally abandon his long-fought challenge, US media reported.
18 Jan 2016
Washington: Democratic Presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton embraced the policies of the Obama administration from healthcare to economy and foreign policy in particular Iran during her party's first Presidential debate this year.
21 Dec 2015
Washington: US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said yesterday that Democrat Hillary Clinton was a 'liar' for claiming that his proposal to ban entry of all foreign Muslims into the United States has aided Islamic State's propaganda efforts.
09 Mar 2016
Washington: Republican presidential aspirant Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton have won their primaries in the US state of Mississippi, cementing their position as frontrunners in the White House nomination race.
18 Jul 2011
India and the US were 'allies in the fight against violent extremist networks', visiting Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Tuesday as she pledged her government's support to New Delhi in curbing terror.
06 Mar 2016
Washington: Bernie Sanders has defeated Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton in a caucus elections in the heartland states of Kansas and Nebraska, US news reports said.
21 May 2016
Washington: Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton has told her supporters that she would be the US Presidential nominee from the party.
21 Jun 2016
Bast: In a controversial remark, BJP MP Yogi Adityanath has said Nobel Laureate Mother Teresa was part of a 'conspiracy for Christianisation of India'.
01 Aug 2016
Washington: US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was left embarrassed after making three spelling mistakes in one 21-word tweet attacking Hillary Clinton, the media reported on Sunday.