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"The media here is the opposition party. They don't understand this country."
Eight years ago, the United States of America voted in Barack Obama, its first black president, on a mandate of hope. His campaign slogan? "Yes, we can!" It was a time of great economic upheaval, when...
New Delhi-born Krishnamoorthi, a laboratory executive, has parental roots in Chennai.
"IF TRUMP REPLACES OBAMA DOES THAT MEAN ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK? "
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Full marks for racism and Islamophobia.
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For one, Trump had an average of 11.1 statements scrutinized compared to 5.9 for Clinton
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The US elections are less than two months away and the campaign is reaching its pinnacle. Going by some polls, Republican candidate Donald Trump may enjoy a small lead over the Democratic candidate Hi...
It is late and Joe hasn’t eaten properly the entire day. Jobs such as his don’t pay much and the only way to compensate is to work long hours. Tired, frustrated and hungry, Joe walks into the kitchen to grab something to eat. There is spaghetti in the fridge. Italian-American is his family’s staple diet after all. However, coming home after a long and frustrating day the spaghetti seems stale; a mediocre option, something he should feel comfortable with but doesn’t. Has the spaghetti gone bad, he wonders?
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Do you belong to the species of humans who have John Oliver's latest video that calls Donald Trump 'America's black mole' bookmarked? And you react to a piece of Trump news the way you usually react t...
Bobby Jindal is an American. No one is denying that. Hundreds of thousands of others of Indian origin identify themselves as American too. But what he seems to have forgotten is where he comes from, and the traits he owes to his heritage.