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Lady Gaga to sing National Anthem at Biden’s presidential inauguration

The Biden-Harris inaugural committee confirmed to Variety that Gaga is on board to perform 'The Star-Spangled Banner'0 for the inaugural ceremony, which will begin around 11:30 a.m. ET on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol.

Twitter to tell key US officials to opt for strong passwords

The key accounts will be informed via an in-app notification from Twitter of some of the initial account security measures.

Google removes thousands of apps for spreading fake poll info

The company said that as mobile apps disseminate voting information and increasingly support voting activity, it is on the job to ensure safety and transparency for app users.

Biden picks Kamala Harris to be first black woman Vice President

Biden's announcement capped a months-long search for a Democratic partner to challenge President Donald Trump in November.

Iran files lawsuit against US over sanctions amid Covid-19 fight

The continuous US sanctions against Iran at the time of the Covid-19 pandemic are an indication of "inhuman" move and against human rights, Joneidi was quoted as saying by a leading Iranian daily on Saturday, Xinhua reported.

Russian President Vladimir Putin pens article about WWII

"Yes, the President has already written an article," Peskov told TASS News Agency on Sunday, adding that Putin will decide when it would be published.

Joe Biden wins Hawaii presidential primary delayed by virus   

Biden won 16 of Hawaii's delegates and Sanders will take eight. Biden has a total of 1,566 delegates to the party's national convention, according to the count by the Associated Press.

Nine US Senators ask Jeff Bezos why Amazon fired 4 whistleblowers

The letter focused on four former Amazon workers who were fired shortly after they publicly raised concerns about warehouse conditions during the pandemic in March and April.

Two blasts in Afghan capital during presidential inaugurations    

Hundreds of people had assembled at two venues inside the presidential palace complex to watch the swearing-in ceremonies for President Ashraf Ghani and challenger Abdullah Abdullah, when the blasts were heard, prompting some to flee.

With Taliban deal, US shifts away from two decades of global war

Russia has deployed in force into Syria, where both Obama and Trump resisted calls for greater intervention to try to stop President Bashar al-Assad's brutal crushing of opposition.

Spotify takes a dig at Facebook, bans political ads

Spotify joins other tech companies like Twitter and Google to tackle the flow of misinformation in the likely-polarizing 2020 presidential election.

Gabbard faces heat back home for present vote on impeachment

Gabbard announced earlier this year she would not run for re-election to the House so she could focus on her presidential campaign.

Facebook employees sign letter opposing political ads policy

The employee letter follows widespread criticism of Facebook's ad policy, including from Senator Elizabeth Warren, a leading Democratic presidential candidate.

Telangana: New zonal system gets presidential nod

The new zonal system will facilitate 95 per cent reservation to the locals and five per cent for open category in public employment and education.

Nepal’s first woman president wins second term

Bhandari, 56, won since her nomination was backed by the ruling Left alliance of the CPN-UML and CPN (Maoist Centre), the Sanghiya Samajbadi Forum-Nepal and other fringe parties. She became Nepal's first woman president in 2015.

Presidential nominee choice not pre-determined, Venkaiah Naidu says

"Of course, we did not suggest any name. The reason was that if you suggest any name, it means you are not leaving any option for others," Union Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party leader M Venkaiah Naidu said.

KCR announces TRS support to NDA’s Prez candidate

The Chief Minister's announcement came in response to a call from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who had telephoned him soon after deciding the candidature of Ramnath Kovind to contest as President on behalf of NDA​, requesting support for the candidature.

Presidential poll: Centre reaches out to Congress sans nominee name

Instead, the BJP team sought from the Congress leadership the name of the opposition candidate for the July 17 election.

North Korea ridicules UN chief’s presidential ambitions

North Korea mocked the outgoing UN Chief Ban Ki-moon and labeled his presidential ambitions as a 'hollow dream'.

Suicide bomber sets off blast in Somalia capital

Suicide bomber detonated in the Somalian capital near the presidential palace, after a high speed police chase.

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