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George Clooney, Gladys Knight, U2 Get Kennedy Center Honors from Biden

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The stars were out and shining bright in D.C. this weekend ... this as President Biden bestowed lifetime awards on a handful of them who were honored at the White House. George Clooney, Gladys Knight, Bono and the rest of U2 were on hand Sunday in…
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No comment: MEA on reports about PM Modi's possible visit to US

India on Thursday chose not to comment on reports about a possible visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Washington at the invitation of President Joe Biden.
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Joe Biden’s beach house being searched by FBI for classified documents | Oneindia News [Video]

Joe Biden’s beach house being searched by FBI for classified documents | Oneindia News

The FBI is searching the beach house of US President Joe Biden for classified documents. #JoeBiden #FBI #Delaware

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US manufacturer willing to sell its drone to Ukraine for just a dollar | Oneindia News [Video]

US manufacturer willing to sell its drone to Ukraine for just a dollar | Oneindia News

A firm in the US has asked the Biden administration to okay a deal in which two drones can be sent to Ukraine for only one dollar. #Drone #Ukraine #USA

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Biden's beach house searched by US Justice Department

The US Justice Department is conducting a search of a beach house owned by President Joe Biden in Delaware.
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US President Joe Biden to host PM Modi for state visit in June or July

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's political standing is set to get a boost amid critical domestic and international scrutiny with a likely state visit to the White..
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Thousands attend DC annual parade in honour of Martin Luther King [Video]

Thousands attend DC annual parade in honour of Martin Luther King

People ammassed together for the annual parade and peace walk in reverence to Martin Luther King’s legacy in Washington DC.

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Classified Documents Found in Biden's Private Office [Video]

Classified Documents Found in Biden's Private Office

Classified Documents Found , in Biden's Private Office . CNN reports that President Joe Biden has come under scrutiny over classified documents discovered in his office from his time as vice president. According to Biden and his White House legal team, they do not know what the classified documents contain as they did not review them. CNN reports that the files were found in November while Biden's personal attorneys were closing out an office that Biden used at the University of Pennsylvania. . The documents were discovered when the President’s personal attorneys were packing files housed in a locked closet to prepare to vacate office space at the Penn Biden Center in Washington, D.C, Richard Sauber, Special counsel to Biden, via CNN. According to Biden's legal team, the documents were handed over to the National Archives after they were found and are continuing to cooperate in the matter. . The news broke as Biden and his team prepare for a summit with the leaders of the United States' neighboring countries. . CNN reports that the classified materials included some files marked top-secret with the "sensitive compartmented information" designation, or SCI. SCI is used to designate highly sensitive information obtained by intelligence sources. Since that discovery, the President’s personal attorneys have cooperated with the Archives and the Department of Justice in a process to ensure that any Obama-Biden Administration records are appropriately in the possession of the Archives, Richard Sauber, Special counsel to Biden, via CNN

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This Day in History: First Meeting of the United Nations [Video]

This Day in History: First Meeting of the United Nations

This Day in History:, First Meeting of the United Nations. January 10, 1946. The first U.N. meeting, comprised of 51 nations, convened at Westminster Central Hall in London. The groundwork for this first meeting had been laid by the Allies in 1944 at the Dumbarton Oaks conference in Washington, D.C. The United Nations Charter was drafted by the nations a year later in San Francisco. The new organization was to yield much more power over its members than the defunct League of Nations. Two weeks after its first meeting, the General Assembly adopted its first resolution:. the measure called for the peaceful uses of atomic energy and the elimination of atomic and other weapons of mass destruction

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Tyre Nichols’ funeral to be held in Memphis; US Vice-President Kamala Harris to attend|Oneindia News [Video]

Tyre Nichols’ funeral to be held in Memphis; US Vice-President Kamala Harris to attend|Oneindia News

On Tuesday, the White House said Vice-President Kamala Harris will attend funeral of Tyre Nichols on Wednesday. He was the Black man who died three days after Memphis police officers brutally beat him following a traffic stop earlier this month. As per reports, on Wednesday morning, Nichols will be eulogised by the Reverend Al Sharpton at a service at Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church in Memphis. #TyreNichols #KamalaHarris #TyreNicholsFuneral

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India, US launch iCET, elevate strategic partnership: White House

India and the United States have elevated their strategic partnership with the launch of the initiative on Critical and Emerging Technology or iCET, the White..
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Millions of Americans Will Lose Benefits When COVID National Emergency Ends in May [Video]

Millions of Americans Will Lose Benefits When COVID National Emergency Ends in May

Millions of Americans Will , Lose Benefits When COVID , National Emergency Ends in May. On May 11, President Joe Biden's administration intends to end COVID-19 national and public health emergencies. CNN reports that the decision by the White House means that many Americans will have to start paying for COVID testing and treatment. . Two House Republican measures aimed to end the emergencies already, however, the Biden administration decided to extend the emergency one final time to May 11. Two House Republican measures aimed to end the emergencies already, however, the Biden administration decided to extend the emergency one final time to May 11. This wind down would align with the Administration’s previous commitments to give at least 60 days’ notice prior to termination of the (public health emergency), White House statement, via CNN. The decision will also end enhanced social safety net benefits put in place to help minimize the impact of the pandemic on the nation. People will have to start paying some money for things they didn’t have to pay for during the emergency. That’s the main thing people will start to notice, Jen Kates, Senior vice president at the Kaiser Family Foundation, via CNN. CNN reports that the U.S. government has been looking to shift COVID care to the commercial market since 2022, partly due to Congress not authorizing additional funds. Starting in March of 2020, states had been barred from kicking people off Medicaid amid the public health emergency. . According to an analysis by the Department of Health and Human Services, an estimated 15 million people could lose their Medicaid coverage when the emergency is ended. According to an analysis by the Department of Health and Human Services, an estimated 15 million people could lose their Medicaid coverage when the emergency is ended. The analysis found that about 8.2 million enrollees would no longer qualify, while another 6.7 million would lose coverage despite still being eligible. . The analysis found that about 8.2 million enrollees would no longer qualify, while another 6.7 million would lose coverage despite still being eligible.

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Trump opens 2024 run, saying he's 'more committed' than ever [Video]

Trump opens 2024 run, saying he's 'more committed' than ever

Former US President Donald Trump has kickstarted his 2024 run for the White House with rallies in New Hampshire and South Carolina.

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