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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump may be best remembered for his use of Twitter as a bully pulpit to stoke controversy or browbeat opponents, but the noise his tweets generated often distracted from the big policy changes he made over his four-year term.
When a pro-Trump mob stormed into the US Capitol on Jan 6, rioters didn’t just smash windows and break furniture. They also pilfered at least two laptops: one from the office of Oregon Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley, another from a conference room used by Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Products made in Tianjin contained traces that investigation found may have come from Ukrainian milk powderIt poses different questions to those around food that would be cooked before consumption, with research scarce on infection through what we eat
KUALA LUMPUR: RHB Banking Group has revised its forecast for Malaysia’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) this year to 5.4 per cent from 6.3 per cent, reflecting a more conservative growth outlook amid the re-imposition of the Movement Control Order (MCO 2.0).
US lawmakers are moving ahead with efforts to ban facial recognition software even as the technology helps identify supporters of President Donald Trump who ransacked their workplace and forced them to evacuate this month.
When British single mother Martha sensed another Covid-19 lockdown was looming, one of her biggest worries was how her three young sons would cope with online schooling again when the family still didn’t have a computer.
NEW DELHI, Jan 19 (Bloomberg): Two of India’s richest men have landed in an unlikely controversy over farming laws, becoming targets of protesters who allege the tycoons have benefited from their close links to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump on Monday signed an executive order directing U.S agencies to assess any security risks from Chinese-made drones in American government fleets and to prioritize removing them.
Fairs will run in their traditional format with more stringent crowd-control measures to minimise infection risks, government sources sayFlower growers say reversal has come too late but politicians across the political divide welcome the move
OAKLAND, Calif. (Reuters) - U.S. lawmakers are moving ahead with efforts to ban facial recognition software even as the technology helps identify supporters of President Donald Trump who ransacked their workplace and forced them to evacuate this month.