Donald John Trump is the 45th and current president of the United States. Before entering politics, he was a businessman and television personality.
Sense seems to be prevailing at Facebook and the social networking giant is willing to make some changes in its political ad policies to stop misinformation on its platform during elections.
The US Senate has passed a short-term spending bill that could keep the federal government funded through December 20, avoiding a possible government shutdown.
Democrats vying for the party's presidential nomination trained their guns on President Donald Trump in their debate that came in the middle of impeachment hearings while heatedly clashing on US role abroad.
Google has announced new limits on political advertisers globally from micro-targeting users via election ads based on their political affiliation.
21 Tiger Triumph, the first-ever US-India tri-service exercise concludes on Thursday.
Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch, testified during the public impeachment hearing of US President Donald Trump and discussed her time in Ukraine.
Roger Stone, the former campaigner of US President Donald Trump and his longtime associate, was convicted on Friday (local time) of lying to Congress and several other charges.
US President Donald Trump will visit Britain for NATO's 70th-anniversary summit next month, the White House said on Friday.
A senior North Korean official has put forward new conditions for talks with the US, saying Washington should give up its hostile policy before coming to the negotiation table with Pyongyang.
While Facebook faces the ire over presence of misleading and fake political ads on its platform, Snapchat has said it fact-checks all political ads and does not allow misinformation to sneak through its platform.