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Nikki Haley registers first victory in Republican Presidential primary, beats Donald Trump in Washington DC

Giving former President Donald Trump a jolt, Nikki Haley won the Republican Presidential primary in Washington DC on Sunday.

Joe Biden orders probe into security risks posed by Chinese-made cars on Americans

US President Joe Biden has directed the Secretary of Commerce to investigate the Chinese cars operating in America as it is feared that they might collect sensitive data about citizens.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis says he vetoed bill that would ban social media for children under 16

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said he vetoed a bill that would have banned social media for children under the age of 16.

Canadian scientists fired from Winnipeg infectious disease lab were working to benefit China: CSIS report reveals

Winnipeg/IBNS: A scientist couple from Winnipeg was fired from Canada’s top infectious disease lab as he was working to benefit China, a Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) assessment says.

Former US President Donald Trump's eldest son receives letter with white powder at Florida home

Former US President Donald Trump’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., received a letter containing white powder at his Florida home, the Daily Beast reported, citing two sources familiar with the matter.

Canadian Association of Journalists launches its fourth annual Newsroom Diversity Survey

Toronto/IBNS: The Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) has launched its fourth consecutive year's Newsroom Diversity Survey.

US Air Force member in critical condition after he sets himself on fire in front of Israeli Embassy in Washington DC

An active-duty member of the US Air Force on Sunday set himself on fire outside the Israeli Embassy in Washington DC, media reports said.

US Senator warns of possible 'cyber attack' amid cellular outage

US Senator Marco Rubio has reacted to the massive cellular outage across the country and warned the situation can be even more precarious in case China launches a cyberattack while 'invading' Taiwan.

US and its allies conduct strikes against 18 Houthi targets in Yemen

Washington/IBNS/UNI: The United States and its allies, including Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom, have carried out strikes against Yemen's Houthi rebels, hitting 18 military targets of the movement, the US Defence Department said on Sunday.

US imposes over 500 new sanctions against Russia over Ukraine war, Alexei Navalny's death

The United States on Friday imposed over 500 new sanctions against Russia as its invasion of Ukraine completed two years.

Canada: Northwest Territories to achieve $10 per day child care fees regulation by April 1

In collaboration with provincial, territorial, and indigenous partners, the Government of Canada is working to implement a childcare system down to $10 a day on average for children five years of age and younger by March 2026.

2024 US Presidential Elections: Biden pushes team to spotlight Trump's provocative comments

Washington: US President Joe Biden instructed the staff of his 2024 reelection campaign to ramp up attacks on former US President Donald Trump’s public statements, CNN reported, citing two sources familiar with the directive.

Adult film actress Kagney Linn Karter commits suicide, GoFundMe page created to cover her funeral service

Adult film actress Kagney Linn Karter has committed suicide in Cuyahoga County, media reports said.

Two police officers and paramedic die in US shooting

Two police officers and a fire department paramedic were shot and killed at a home on Sunday morning in Burnsville, near Minneapolis, the capital city of the U.S. state of Minnesota.

US develops programme capable of detecting hypersonic missiles with satellites

The US Space Development Agency (SDA) and California-based EpiSci company are developing a software tool to detect hypersonic missiles in low Earth orbit using satellite data, media reported.