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Shailene Woodley is dating Aaron Rodgers

Sources revealed both are focused on their careers, but they also make time for each other

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.

Eight hurt in shooting at US mall, gunman still at large

The Wauwatosa Police Department said the wounded included seven adults and one teenager who had been rushed to hospital.

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.

Biden knocks Trump as rivals barnstorm heartland in election finale

Even as Covid-19 infections spike, Trump has stuck to his guns, downplaying the dangers and branding Democrats as rampaging "socialists" intent on shuttering the country.

US plows ahead with mail-in voting despite ballot errors

Nearly 75 million mail-in ballots have been sent or requested so far this year, more than double the 33 million in 2016, according to the US Elections Project of the University of Florida on Monday.

Indian-origin FB worker quits, slams it for ‘profiting off hate’

Zuckerberg blamed an "operational mistake" by the third-party contractors and reviewers who failed to remove the Kenosha Guard militia Page and Event prior to the shooting in Wisconsin in the US that left two dead last month.

Bucks’ historic sporting boycott forces halt of NBA playoffs

The US police shooting of a black man forced cancellation of matches in other sports too; Osaka pulls out in protest in tennis

Road to the White House

Technically, President Trump is not the official Republican candidate until it is announced at the convention

Golf’s Ryder Cup 2020 to be postponed for next year: report

"There will not be a Ryder Cup this year," the source told the US sports news outlet. "The Ryder Cup will go to 2021, the Presidents Cup to 2022 and then they will alternate from there."

Victim of 2012 US gurdwara shooting dies after 8 years

On August 5, 2012, in one of the worst attacks on the Sikh community in America, a gunman with neo-Nazi ties barged into the gurdwara in Oak Creek, and opened fire killing six Sikh worshippers and injuring several others, said the American Bazaar report.

7 killed during shooting in brewing facility in US’ Wisconsin

"MPD is investigating a critical incident in the 4000 blocks of W. State Street. Please stay clear of the area at this time," Milwaukee Police tweeted.

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.

21 killed as Polar Vortex freezes US Midwest

Mount Carroll, Illinois, recorded minus 38 degrees Celsius on Thursday. If this confirms, it would become the state's record low, supplanting the previous record of minus 36.

Warangal NRI couple brings smiles on the faces of orphans

Trainee IPS officer Ranjith Bandaru who interacted with the children said that “Such tours help the children to explore the outside world which in turn helps in their overall development."

Trump signs executive order for overhaul of H-1B visa system

Trump signed the order that calls for tightening the rules of the programme at the Kenosha, Wisconsin, headquarters of tool maker Snap-on Inc on Tuesday.

Wisconsin to recount presidential election votes

Green Party candidate Jill Stein filed the request for recounting of votes before the deadline on Friday and said it has raised more than USD 5.2 million for recounting of votes.

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