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    The United States Senate is the upper chamber of the United States Congress, which along with the United States House of Representatives—the lower chamber—comprises the legislature of the United States.

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    Brazil Senate approves minimum income for workers
    Politics

    Brazil Senate approves minimum income for workers

    The Brazilian Senate has approved a minimum income bill to help workers amid the coronavirus pandemic.

    US Senate passes $2 trillion coronavirus rescue package
    International

    US Senate passes $2 trillion coronavirus rescue package

    The United States Senate has approved a USD 2 trillion emergency aid package -- the largest in the US history -- to rescue the country's economy reeling under impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.

    US Senate fails to pass vote over huge stimulus package
    Politics

    US Senate fails to pass vote over huge stimulus package

    The US Senate has failed to pass a key procedural vote to move forward with a huge stimulus package, thus throwing into doubt whether bipartisan agreement could quickly be found on the measure to provide relief to businesses and families amid the coronavirus pandemic in the country.

    Willing to help Iran, North Korea to combat coronavirus: Trump
    International

    Willing to help Iran, North Korea to combat coronavirus: Trump

    US President Donald Trump on Sunday (local time) said that he is willing to help all countries, including Iran and North Korea to combat the coronavirus outbreak, without specifying the nature of help.

    Chile puts off vote on constitutional convention
    Politics

    Chile puts off vote on constitutional convention

    Fifteen political parties have agreed that in view of the coronavirus crisis, a referendum on whether Chile should draft a new constitution will be postponed from April 26 to October 25.

    Trump renominates law professor Bamzai to civil liberties board
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    Trump renominates law professor Bamzai to civil liberties board

    US President Donald Trump has nominated Indian-American law professor Aditya Bamzai to another term on a board that ensures civil liberties are protected during the war on terror.

    Trump proposes sending cash aid directly to individual Americans
    Health

    Trump proposes sending cash aid directly to individual Americans

    US President Donald Trump has unveiled an unprecedented plan to send cash aid directly to most Americans to help them tide over the financial pain of the coronavirus pandemic that has disrupted the US economy and threatens large scale unemployment.

    '"Impeachment" not in Trump's State of the Union address'
    International

    '"Impeachment" not in Trump's State of the Union address'

    The word "impeachment" is not in US President Donald Trump's third State of the Union address, White House deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley said.

    Closing arguments of impeachment trial wrapped up in Senate
    International

    Closing arguments of impeachment trial wrapped up in Senate

    US House impeachment managers and President Donald Trump's defence team wrapped up their closing arguments on Monday afternoon in the Senate impeachment trial.

    US senators hear closing arguments of Trump impeachment trial
    International

    US senators hear closing arguments of Trump impeachment trial

    US senators are hearing closing arguments by House managers and President Donald Trump's defence team on Monday as the impeachment trial is scheduled to end later this week.

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