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White House Will Stop Deportation of Some Illegal Immigrants
Last Friday, the Obama administration announced it would stop prosecuting and deporting certain undocumented immigrants—the so-called “dreamers.”
June 17, 2012
Cut in Subsidies Part of New Farm Bill
The bill would cut spending by eliminating agricultural subsidies, which essentially consists of direct government payments to American ...
June 10, 2012
Tornadoes Ravage Midwest
Large portions of the Midwest, Plains, and Upper Mississippi River Valley were threatened by severe weather on Sunday, ...
April 16, 2012
60 Minutes Icon Mike Wallace Dies at Age 93
CBS confirmed Sunday that the legendary Mike Wallace, best known to the public as the face of the ...
April 9, 2012
Clinton Global Initiative University Conference Wraps Up
The foundation’s goal is to assemble and facilitate cooperation between world leaders to solve pressing global challenges, such ...
April 1, 2012
Accused Trayvon Martin Shooter ‘Not a Racist’ Says Lawyer, Friends
Over the weekend the attorney for George Zimmerman, the accused shooter in the Trayvon Martin case, has come ...
March 26, 2012
CBO Releases White House Budget Analysis
The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) last Friday released its analysis of President Obama’s budget for fiscal year ...
March 18, 2012
Iran’s Nuclear Program Focus of Obama AIPAC Speech
President Obama addressed the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s (AIPAC) annual conference stating that his administration would stand ...
March 5, 2012
Obama, GOP Trade Barbs on Energy Policy, Gas Prices
President Obama on Saturday used his weekly address–essentially a rehash of a speech he gave at the University ...
February 27, 2012
White House Softens Stance on Contraception Rules
Amid the growing political crisis over the controversial Affordable Care Act rule that requires employers to provide health ...
February 13, 2012
Labor Report Shows Upswing in Jobs for January
The Bureau of Labor Statistics on Friday released its much-anticipated monthly report on the state of American unemployment, ...
February 6, 2012
US Mayors Meet in Washington, D.C. for Annual Conference
About 250 mayors of cities all across the country convened in the nation’s capital last week from Jan. ...
January 22, 2012
White House Proclamation Honors MLK
President Obama and the White House released a presidential proclamation this weekend reminding the American people of the ...
January 15, 2012
Romney Maintains Comfortable Lead After NH Debates
The six remaining contenders in the Republican race for the White House had a busy weekend, participating in ...
January 8, 2012
Jockeying Continues Ahead of Volatile Iowa Race
The GOP presidential race for the state of Iowa has not let down amid the holiday season, as ...
January 1, 2012
President Obama Signs Payroll Tax Cut into Law
After weeks of political brinkmanship over extending a payroll tax cut, Congress quietly passed a two-month extension and ...
December 25, 2011
Cain Suspends Campaign, Candidates Seek Endorsement
Former presidential hopeful and Godfather's Pizza CEO Herman Cain announced Saturday that he would suspend his presidential campaign, ...
December 4, 2011
Revenue, Entitlement Differences Shape Committee Failure
A little less than a week after the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction admitted its inability to ...
November 27, 2011
Balanced Budget Amendment Fails in House
A vote on a balanced-budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution failed in the House of Representatives on Friday.
November 20, 2011
Senate Investigates Counterfeit Parts in Military Equipment
This past week, the Senate Armed Services Committee released the findings of a months-long bipartisan probe that revealed ...
November 13, 2011
Unemployment Rate Dips to 9 Percent
On Friday released numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics peg the national unemployment rate at 9.0 percent ...
November 6, 2011
Wireless Demand on Pace to Outstrip Capacity
A report released concludes that wireless infrastructure in the United States will be increasingly unable to deal with ...
October 31, 2011
Obama Pushes Jobs Bill in Weekly Address
President Obama once again used his weekly address to the nation on Saturday to push his $447 billion ...
October 2, 2011
Herman Cain Wins Florida Straw Poll
In a rather surprising victory, GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain was announced Saturday as the winner of Florida's ...
September 26, 2011
Obama Pushes Jobs Bill, Republicans Remain Lukewarm
In his weekly Internet and radio address to the nation on Saturday, President Barack Obama once again urged ...
September 18, 2011
Super Committee Starts Work on Deficit Reduction
The Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction—colloquially known as the debt super committee or Super Congress—finally began its ...
September 11, 2011
Gallup Shows Obama, GOP In Tight Race
While the 2012 presidential election is still over a year away, and poll results are questionable this far ...
August 23, 2011
Minneapolis Police Probing Allegations of Voter Fraud
Maryland County to Pay $20 Million After Officer Fatally Shoots Handcuffed Man
House Democrats Release $2.2 Trillion Update to HEROES Act Relief Bill
China’s 5G Tech Won’t Save Economy, Regime’s Former Finance Minister Says
China’s Largest Real Estate Developers Face Financing Crunch
Trump Announces Distribution of 150 Million Rapid CCP Virus Tests
Kenosha, Wisconsin Sheriff Endorses Trump for Reelection
10 Guns Confiscated From Former Trump Campaign Manager’s Home: Police
Former GOP Administration Officials Endorse Trump in Letter
Texas Governor Declares Disaster After Brain-Eating Amoeba Found in City’s Water