U.S. Supreme Court shuns election-related disputes

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday steered clear of more cases involving bids by President Donald Trump and some Republican allies to overturn his election loss and turned away a Democratic effort to expand mail-in voting in Texas.

Of Opioid Addiction, And Indian Americans In US

On 5th July 2020, Ikonkar Manmohan Singh Sandhu, a young 23 year old boy, died from an opioid overdose in Michigan just months before he was to be married. He is by no means an isolated case in the Indian American community. A small group of doctors are sounding the alarm on the nation’s opioid crisis. Dr Arun Gupta is one of those who is urging health authorities to wake up to this catastrophe, which is ripping through communities with scant regard for race, gender, educational level or financial standing.


Democrats were on the verge of taking control of the U.S. Senate early Wednesday morning after Raphael Warnock was declared the winner in his Georgia runoff election with GOP Sen. Kelly Loeffler, and Jon Ossoff pulled into the lead in his race with Republican Sen. David Perdue.

Rejecting Trump veto, Republican-led Senate backs defense bill

President Donald Trump suffered a stinging rebuke in the U.S. Senate on Friday when fellow Republicans joined Democrats to override a presidential veto for the first time in his tenure, pushing through a defense policy bill he opposed just weeks before he leaves office.

TREASURIES OUTLOOK-U.S. yields little changed to higher; focus on stimulus checks

Markets bet bill on $2,000 aid check will not pass in Senate

* U.S. yield curve modestly steeper

* U.S. 7-year note auction shows lackluster results

* German, Italian 10-year yields flat on day in thin trade 

California becomes first US state to surpass 2 million COVID-19 cases

California has become the first US state where the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases exceeded 2 million, according to figures published by Johns Hopkins University.

Biden's Pick: General Lloyd Austin To Be US Defense Secretary

President-elect Joe Biden has chosen retired General Lloyd Austin, who oversaw U.S. forces in the Middle East under President Barack Obama, to be his defense secretary, two people familiar with the decision said on Monday.

Jill Biden, Joe's chief protector, stepping up as first lady

Protecting Joe stands out among Jill Biden's many roles over their 43-year marriage, as her husband's career moved him from Senate to presidential campaign trail and WH as President Obama's VP.

Joe Biden chooses Antony Blinken, defender of global alliances, as Secretary of State

Formerly the State Department’s No. 2, Antony Blinken is expected to try to re-establish the United States as a trusted ally ready to rejoin global agreements and court multilateral efforts to confront China.

Indian-American Mala Adiga Appointed As Jill Biden's Policy Director

A native of Illinois, Mala Adiga is a graduate of Grinnell College, the University of Minnesota School of Public Health, and the University of Chicago Law School.

Biden turns to coronavirus as Trump fights to overturn election

 U.S. President-elect Joe Biden will meet with healthcare workers on the frontlines of the coronavirus crisis in a virtual event on Wednesday, as outgoing President Donald Trump expands his campaign to overturn the election results.

Bush congratulates Biden, says election was 'fundamentally fair' and 'its outcome is clear'

Former President George W. Bush congratulated President-elect Joe Biden in a phone call Sunday and said that, while President Donald Trump has the right to pursue legal challenges and recounts, the 2020 race was "fundamentally fair" and "its outcome is clear."

Joe Biden's granddaughter Naomi shares delightful family pic after his win.

Naomi Biden shared a beautiful photograph of her family after her grandfather Joe Biden was declared the 46th President of the United States of America. On Twitter, Naomi posted a picture wherein all the members of the Biden family rejoiced after his win.



Biden has said his first priority will be developing a plan to contain and recover from the pandemic, promising to improve access to testing and, unlike Trump, to heed the advice of leading public health officials and scientists.

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