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Syria: Obama receives support from McCain


US President Barack Obama received a big boost in his efforts to get Congressional authorisation for a military strike against Syria on Tuesday. A top Republican senator, John McCain, supported the move saying it would be “catastrophic” to reject such an action.

Fake letter: CPM, DMK say signatures faked


Bangalore: A day after it was reported that 65 MPs wrote to President Barack Obama, urging him not to grant visa to Gujarat CM Narendra Modi, it has emerged that the letter could have been faked with

Republican Senators defeat Obama in golf


Finally Republicans manage to beat Obama! Two Republican Senators have beaten US President Barack Obama in a golf match.

Clinton, one of the finest US secretaries of state: Obama


US President Barack Obama today heaped praise on Hillary Clinton, saying that she would be considered as one of the finest secretaries of state the country ever had, and he would miss her in the administration.

Indian-American community holds inaugural ball for Obama

Indian-Americans today held the first-ever inaugural ball to celebrate US President Barack Obama’s second term in office, signalling the coming of age of the three million-plus influential community that voted overwhelmingly for him.

Two more Secret Service agents quit over scandal

Two more Secret Service officers quit over a sex scandal that tarnished the image of the elite protection agency, as President Barack Obama branded those involved as "knuckle heads."

A third agent h

Obama pokes funs at birth controversy on Facebook

US President Barack Obama switched his Facebook page on Thursday to the social network's new 'timeline' format and poked fun at the controversy over his birthplace.

The first entry on Obama's revampe

Obama sidesteps terror suspect law

US President Barack Obama announced measures on Tuesday allowing civilian investigators to handle cases of terror suspects, effectively sidestepping a 2011 law requiring they be brought before militar

Obama team slams Republicans with auto-rescue ad

US President Barack Obama's re-election team released a television ad on Thursday hailing his bailout of US automakers, which contrasts his decision with Republican White House contenders who opposed

Don't want US companies to look for skilled workers in India, China: Obama

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President Barack Obama has said that he does not want US companies to look for skilled and educated workers in India and China in fields like engineering, technology and science.

To prevent that, Oba

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