Indian-American tech entrepreneur who has joined the fray for the Republican Party’s 2024 presidential nomination, has vowed to “promptly” pardon indicted former President Donald Trump if elected to the White House next year.
A New York judge has been found moonlighting as a porn star online where he charged fans $12 a month and has produced more than 100 adult posts, media reports said. Gregory A. Locke, 33, a New York City (NYC) administrative law judge, moonlighted as a porn star on OnlyFans, according to the New York Post.
President Joe Biden seemed to have forgotten how to pronounce Vice President Kamala Harris’ name during a White House event, referring to her as “Cam-a-la”, the New York Post reported. According to Biden’s Indian-origin second-in-command, her name, which means ‘lotus flower’, is pronounced as ‘comma-la’ — like the punctuation mark.
After a holiday lull, more layoffs are around the corner and several companies across the spectrum, led by American tech firms, are set to layoff thousands of employees, starting January 2023.
Former US President Donald Trump might have pre-empted his arch rival Ron DeSantis, the Florida Governor and his once VP Mike Pence, by announcing his presidential bid for the 2024 elections, but he has failed to muster the Republican Party’s support for his candidacy which seems to have cratered.
An Indian-origin entrepreneur, who lost $2 million after FTX went kaput last month, is taking legal action against the cryptocurrency exchange’s founder, according to a report.
The ‘Twitter Files’ revealed by Elon Musk has implicated Vijaya Gadde, the Indian-origin former head of legal, policy and trust at the company, in suppressing Hunter Biden’s laptop story on the platform, while giving a clean chit to former CEO Jack Dorsey.
An Indian-American model and social media influencer, whose family hails from Lucknow, has apologized after being slammed for calling Varanasi the ‘scariest city’ in her TikTok video.
Elizabeth Holmes, the founder of shuttered blood testing company Theranos, was sentenced to 135 months, or 11 1/4 years, in prison on Friday (local time) for defrauding investors.
With the predicted Republican Red Wave not really happening in the midterm polls and the Senate and House still up for a toss, former President Donald Trump, who led the charge from the front, is reportedly “livid” and has chosen to blame his candidates absolving himself for the defeat of his candidates in key contests.