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Ties with Cuba may progress slowly, never backwards: Kaine
Washington, Oct 23 : US Democratic candidate for Vice President Tim Kaine said the US relations with Cuba, resumed under President Barack Obama, may progress faster or slower but "never go back" to what they were.
Obama compares 'Obamacare' to 'exploding' Samsung Note 7
New York, Oct 22 : Facing flak for several analogies in his ambitious "Obamacare" health initiative, US President Barack Obama has compared the 2010 Affordable Care Act to the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 -- the device that has fears of its battery exploding, a media report said on Saturday.
Trump says 'the world hates Obama'
London [UK], Oct. 22 (ANI): Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has claimed that President Barack Obama and the United States are despised around the world, which is driving countries such as the Philippines into the arms of its adversaries.
WikiLeaks reveals Obama's personal e-mails
Washington, Oct 21 : WikiLeaks has revealed US President Barack Obama's private e-mail address by publishing hacked e-mails, in another potentially embarrassing document dump targeting the Democrats, a media report said.
Obama calls Trump's election rhetoric 'dangerous'
Washington, Oct 21 : US President Barack Obama has said Republican Donald Trump's insistence that he might not accept the election result is "dangerous".
Donald Trump invites Barack Obama's half-brother to last debate with ...
Las Vegas, Oct 20 : US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has invited President Barack Obama's Kenyan-born half-brother and the mother of one of the US citizens killed in the 2012 attack on the US consulate in Benghazi to the third and last debate with Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.
Trump invites Obama's half-brother to US presidential debate
Washington, Oct 19 : The final live US presidential debate is to be given "extra spice" after Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump invited President Barack Obama's half-brother along to the event, a media report said.
Stephen Colbert conducts mock interview of Obama
Los Angeles, Oct 19 : US President Barack Obama has joked that he "still doesn't know why" he won the Nobel Peace Prize. He even complained that he hasn't had a promotion for eight years during a mock job interview with the host of "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert".
Obama tears into Trump over 'rigged' election claim, asks him to quit ...
Washington D.C., Oct. 19 : President Barack Obama on Tuesday branded Donald Trump's claims of a rigged election as destructive to American democracy, asserting that the Republican presidential nominee was whining about an invented conspiracy.
Obama expresses confidence in Iraqi offensive
Washington, Oct 19 : US President Barack Obama expressed confidence that Iraqi forces and their allies will force Islamic State (IS) to abandon Mosul.
Stop whining, Obama tells Trump over election rigging claims
Washington, Oct 19 : US President Barack Obama urged Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to "stop whining" and rejected his claims of the presidential elections being rigged, media reports said.
Obama praises Renzi's leadership, reforms
Washington, Oct 18 : US President Barack Obama on Tuesday paid tribute to Italian Premier Matteo Renzi, saying that his programme of reforms was transforming Italy.
Hafiz Saeed a designated terrorist, LeT behind hundreds of deaths: ...
Washington D.C., Oct. 14 : After branding Jamaat-ul-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed as an avowed terrorist, the United States has asserted that both him and the Lashkar-e-Toiba are designated by the Barack Obama-led Government and have the blood of several innocents on their hands.
Obama congratulates Bob Dylan on Nobel Prize win
Washington, Oct 14 : US President Barack Obama praised Bob Dylan as one of his favourite poets after the musician became the only singer-songwriter to ever win the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Obama congratulates Antonio Guterres
Washington, Oct 14 : US President Barack Obama has congratulated Antonio Guterres on his election as the next secretary-general of the United Nations.
Obama criticises Trump for 'demeaning women'
Washington, Oct 10 : US President Barack Obama has criticised Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump for "demeaning women" amid the scandal that erupted after the release of a videotape in which the latter can be heard making lewd comments about women.
Obama casts early vote during Chicago visit
Wahington, Oct 8 : US President Barack Obama cast an early vote in his hometown Chicago to elect his successor to the White House amid a fundraising event for his party.
US lifts economic sanctions on Myanmar
Washington, Oct 8 : US President Barack Obama has issued an executive order to lift economic sanctions on Myanmar.
Trump's biography claims he forced Obama to issue birth certificate
Washington, Oct 7 : Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's biography on the website of his privately held corporation, the Trump Organization, claims he forced President Barack Obama to release his birth certificate.
Hurricane kills 264, Obama declares emergency
Washington, Oct 7 : The death toll from Hurricane Matthew, which barrelled towards the southeastern United States, in Haiti has climbed to 264, authorities said, forcing the US President Barack Obama to declare a state of emergency.
Hurricane Matthew kills 140, Obama declares emergency in Florida
Washington, Oct 7 : Hurricane Matthew barrelled towards the southeastern United States after killing at least 140 as US President Barack Obama declared a state of emergency in Florida ahead of the hurricane.
Hurricane Matthew will be devastating: Obama
Washington, Oct 6 : US President Barack Obama warned that hurricane Matthew could have a devastating effect, as residents of the southeastern coastline braced themselves for one of the most powerful storms to hit the region in almost a decade.
Obama warns of devastating effect of Hurricane Matthew
Washington, Oct 6 : US President Barack Obama warned on Wednesday that Hurricane Matthew could have a devastating effect as residents of southeastern US states were bracing themselves for one of the most powerful storms to hit the region in almost a decade.
Obama hails 'historic day' in fight against climate change
Washington, Oct 6 : US President Barack Obama on Wednesday hailed the UN announcement that the Paris Agreement will enter into force in 30 days, calling it a "historic day" in the fight against climate change.
Obama, DiCaprio call for action against climate change
Washington, Oct 4 : US President Barack Obama and Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio here highlighted the urgency of taking further action to combat climate change as there is "a race against time".
Obama to cast early ballot for Clinton
Washington, Oct 4 : US President Barack Obama will cast his ballot for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in Chicago this month, he told Democratic supporters in a fundraising solicitation on Monday.
'India-US Science and technology partnership will transcend ...
By Sahana Ghosh, Kolkata, Oct 3 : Science and technology ties between nations working together is the key to addressing global challenges and these associations transcend administrations, says Sethuraman Panchanathan, the first Indian American to be appointed to the US National Science Board by ...
Obama welcomes ratification of Paris Climate Change agreement by India
Washington [USA], Oct. 2 : United States President Barack Obama on Sunday hailed India's submission of its instrument of ratification to the United Nations in New York for the Paris Climate Change Agreement on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.
Obama shouts to Bill Clinton 'Let's go!'
Washington, Oct 1 : After attending former Israeli leader Shimon Peres's funeral, US President Barack Obama shouted to Bill Clinton from the tarmac of the Air Force One saying "let's go" as he was anxious to jet back home.
Obama to attend Shimon Peres funeral in Jerusalem
Washington, Sep 29 : US President Barack Obama will attend the funeral in Jerusalem of former Israeli President Shimon Peres, who died earlier on Wednesday, the White House confirmed.