Indian American vs Indian American: Haley-Ramaswamy fight gets nastier at presidential debate

The fight between Indian American Republican candidates got nastier with former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley calling tech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy “just a s**m” for bringing up her daughter as a reference at the party’s third presidential primary debate. At the debate held in Miami on Wednesday, the two sparred over the US policy on TikTok and whether it should be banned in the country because of its Chinese ownership.

Top Indian American leaders say they stand with Israel after Hamas attack

Standing “firmly” with Israel, top Indian American leaders have condemned the surprise terror attack by the Palestinian Hamas militant group, saying that an “attack on Israel is an attack on America”. Palestinian militants launched the attack on southern Israel on October 7, firing rockets from Gaza as its fighters crossed over the border, killing over hundreds and wounding several others.

Conservative commentator Ann Coulter slammed for Hindu slur on Nikki Haley, Vivek Ramaswamy

Conservative pundit and author Ann Coulter has been slammed for making racist comments targeting Indian-American presidential aspirants Nikki Haley and Vivek Ramaswamy, calling their clash during the Republican primary debate a “Hindu business”. “Nikki and Vivek are involved in some Hindu business, it seems. Not our fight,” Coulter wrote on X, formerly Twitter, a day after Haley and Ramaswamy sparred over foreign policy and US aid to Ukraine and Israel.

Donald Trump calls for recusal of judge in 2020 US election fraud case

Former US President Donald Trump has called for recusal of the judge in the 2020 election fraud case. Trump took to his social media platform, Truth Social, on Sunday morning to express his displeasure with a federal indictment for attempting to overturn the 2020 election. He described the case as “the ridiculous freedom of speech, slash fair elections case” and said that his legal team would immediately be asking for recusal of the judge.

Severe storms threaten July 4 travel and festivities across US

As the extended July 4 holiday weekend proceeds, severe storms are set to take aim across a wide swath of the US from New York and Pennsylvania down to Arkansas. The strongest storms will target Kentucky and Tennessee, potentially bringing damaging wind gusts of more than 65 mph and pingpong-ball-size hail — although a tornado or two can’t be ruled out, NBC News reported.