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Apple to shut its stores in US as Covid precautionary measure

The six outlets in the state closed on Friday, confirmed by Apple as a "temporary" measure "due to current Covid-19 conditions" in the state.

Venomous spiders prompt temporary Michigan library shutdown

The Mediterranean recluse hitchhikes with people throughout the world and has been found in 22 states, Danielson-Francois told WJBK-TV.

US SC rejects Texas lawsuit seeking to overturn prez polls results

"The state of Texas's motion for leave to file a bill of complaint is denied for lack of standing under Article III of the Constitution," the highest court wrote in its three-sentence order on Friday.

Biden takes big stride to winning presidency, Trump claims fraud

US media organisations called Michigan for Biden where he had a lead of some 120,000 votes.

Millennials, Gen Z to decide next POTUS

Early votes cast by youth in key States already exceeded the 2016 margin of victory in those States’ presidential race, says report

FBI says extremist threatened Trump, Obama in online posts

“I say we hang everything currently governing us, they're all guilty!! per cent And what a deterrent, Rope!!! percent"

Mission Kakatiya keeps tanks intact

Draws praise from International Water Management Institute, Chicago and Michigan varsities

Trump stumps in Florida, Georgia, countering signs of Democratic surge

Trump tossed the large, loudly cheering crowd red meat on immigration, race, and his conspiracy theory that Biden is steeped in corruption.

Kirk, Simpson share US Professional Golfers Association lead in Detroit

Kirk, 35, walked away from golf last year, sidelining himself for seven months to address depression and alcohol abuse.

H-1B visa suspension: 5,25,000 jobs for Americans expected

The sum total of what these actions will do in terms of freeing up jobs over the course of the rest of 2020 is about 5,25,000 jobs, says senior administration official

Actor Kendrick Sampson hit by rubber bullets at George Floyd protests

The actor went live via Instagram on Saturday to show his view of events, but he could be also be seen on a CNN broadcast simultaneously, with viewers watching him get hit by a police baton on TV.

Hundreds protest against US virus rules amid spreading resentment

The vast majority of Americans are under lockdown orders restricting public movement and keeping all but essential businesses closed.        

US: 10,000 new COVID-19 cases, Trump hopes to reopen economy soon

"Ultimately, the goal is to ease the guidelines and open things up to very large sections of our country as we near the end of our historic battle with the invisible enemy."

Detroit Telangana Community adopts a Highway in Michigan

DTC, headed by its president Raju Brahmanandaberi, signed up for this programme to adopt both sides of a section of M-5 highway (between Orchard Lake rd and Middlebelt rd) in Farmington hills, Michigan, to clean up roadside over a two-year period.

Indians in Michigan celebrate Independence Day

Many Indians in Michigan got together at short notice to stand united and express solidarity and support the decision, holding placards that proclaimed their love for their country and for Kashmir as well.

Trump leaning on issue of race to win a second term in 2020

Trump's weekend tweet in which he said the lawmakers — all American citizens — should "go back" to the country from which they came.

Ransomware attacks targeting US entities on the rise

The tally by cybersecurity firm Recorded Future found that at least 170 county, city or state government systems have been attacked since 2013, including at least 45 police and sheriff's offices.

Fabricating a ‘Trap’

Detention of Indian students in the US raises serious questions about the unethical ways of counter-intelligence agencies

Indian students in US: Court trial begins

The American Telangana Association had hired Immigration Attorneys in Michigan to help the students.

American Telangana Association steps in to help students

Venkat Manthena from the association’s board of directors and ATA president-elect Vinod Kukunoor will visit the two detention centres in Detroit and Battle Creek

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