US Senate

Nusrat Choudhury

On 15 June, history was made as Nusrat Choudhury became the first female Muslim federal judge in the United States. This milestone appointment marks a significant step towards inclusivity and diversity within the judiciary. Service at the US District Court ..

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Developing Nation Status Act

The US Senate Foreign Relations Committee has recently approved bipartisan legislation known as the Developing Nation Status Act, which seeks to remove China’s “developing country” status. This move follows a similar action taken by the US House of Representatives in ..

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US Senate passes bill to avert Government Shutdown

The US Congress recently passed a stop gap bill to avert government shutdown. The bill extended the funding through mid – February. The bill is usually passed so that the US Government does not run out of money. Why was ..

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US Population increases by 7.4%

The Central Bureau of the United States recently announced that the population of the United States has increased by 7.4%. This is the second slowest growth of US Population since the Great Depression. Background The Census Bureau recently released the ..

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US passes bill to fight hate crimes against Asian Americans

The US Senate recently passed a bill to help combat the rise of hate crimes against the Pacific Islanders and Asian Americans. The bill will support the local law enforcements in controlling the hate crimes. Need for the Bill The ..

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TikTok banned on Government Devices in the US

The US Senate Panel has approved a bill with the condition that the US Federal employees will not be allowed to use the China-owned mobile video application, TikTok, effective immediately. The bill coming from Senator Josh Hawley was passed unanimously ..

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