The House approved the measure by 224-201, passing it for the second time in two days after a procedural foul-up forced another vote on Wednesday.
Macron unveiled grants after Trump in June said he was pulling the US out of an international accord to reduce greenhouse gas emissions that was brokered in Paris in 2015.
Marshall Bouton said in a new paper on US-India relations that the Trump administration should “expand intelligence sharing and seek ways to defuse tensions (with Pakistan).”
In the 1960s a group of working-class white activists joined forces with the Black Panthers in Chicago to fight systemic class oppression. Could a similar coalition emerge today?
Trump’s call with the Taiwanese president on Friday triggered a diplomatic protest from China and raised questions about potential changes in US policy
A retired rear admiral warns Donald Trump against cutting NASA’s Earth observations, which provide essential data for weather forecasters, businesses, scientists and the armed forces.
The only unassailable solution to avoid conflict of interest would be for the Republican president-elect to sell off his businesses and place the proceeds in a blind trust.
The Republican candidate is strongly disliked across the world because he is the archetypal “ugly American”: obnoxious, uncouth, boastful, materialistic and duplicitous.
Clinton has said she is confident the FBI will not find anything problematic and will reach the same conclusion it did in July.
The Indian government knows it cannot pursue military modernisation without access to advanced US weaponry and technology.
Reductive, reactionary responses to the complex issues of today can be detrimental. Synthesising adequately nuanced solutions is the need of the hour.
While his bid was seen as improbable when he began, Trump has been able to successfully tap into the deep rooted unhappiness of middle-class America.
Taliban forces now hold more territory in Afghanistan than at any time since the 2001 US-led invasion, according to recent UN estimates.
Some say a climate change denier being elected will dramatically threaten global action, but others say other countries will push ahead with the Paris Agreement regardless of who is the next US president.