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American military and intelligence agencies can legally kill American citizens overseas if these individuals are al-Qaida leaders who pose an imminent threat to the U.S. and cannot be captured.
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vigorously asserted his nation’s right to defend itself against the nuclear threat that is emanating from Iran.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the State of Pennsylvania are currently sparring over gas drilling and possible regulations for the massive Marcellus Shale formation.
President Barack Obama has noted that he does not want war but insists an American attack against Iran would come if it was the only option left to stop the Arab nation from getting a nuclear weapon.
Firing is also on a downward trend as employers have gained confidence in the outlook for economic growth and a smaller number of job reductions also allows for these companies to hire additional employees as demand picks up.
President Barack Obama said that his apology for the burning of Qurans at a U.S. military base has “calmed things down” in Afghanistan, after the incident triggered an outbreak of violence that led to the death of four U.S. service members and dozens of Afghans last week.
Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are gearing up for the first vote in what has become a fierce battle over President Barack Obama’s mandate that healthcare providers must cover the cost of contraceptives.
An effort to circumvent sanctions on Iran was particularly sensitive because the institution in question in the United Arab Emirates is partly owned by the local government of Dubai, an ally of the United States.
A year after the investigators identified 81 areas where the government double-spends or has the potential to cut costs, President Barack Obama and Congress have solved just four of these problems.
President Barack Obama urged governors across the country to invest more State resources in education, as he noted that a highly skilled workforce is crucial for the U.S. to remain competitive with other nations.