The Administration of President Barack Obama has continued the revolving-door relationship between the private sector and Washington, as he has appointed Wendy Sherman to the position of undersecretary for political affairs.
The latest reports have detailed the growing strength of Hurricane Irene, as the tropical storm is currently on a path that would intersect with South and North Carolina.
The national debt has grown by $4.24 trillion since President Barack Obama took office, only 945 days ago, The Los Angeles Times reported.
The Social Security’s disability program has been flooded with requests and benefit claims from laid-off workers and an aging group of baby boomers, helping to push the system toward complete insolvency.
Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin has rejected the grant that comes with the acceptance of the Federal Health Plan. She decided to turn down the $54 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Services, noting that the move would allow Oklahoma to bypass a Federal exchange when the State sets up a system that would be governed by the private sector.
Several storm systems have begun to accumulate power in the past several days, as a tropical depression is forming off the Eastern seaboard while Hurricane Greg gained momentum off the coast of California.
While President Barack Obama and his election staff have sworn off special-interest money for the 2012 campaign, Democrats in Congress have taken advantage of the dollars that are available from these groups.
While the price of gold has reached record levels over the past several weeks, market analysts from Wells Fargo have predicted a significant reversal of this trend due to the speculative demand that has led to an overvaluation of the commodity.
An organization of five tobacco companies, including several large corporations that dominate the industry in America, have filed a lawsuit against the Federal government due to the new labels that they have had to place on cigarettes.
President Barack Obama began a bus tour of the Midwestern United States to combat Republican assertions that have arisen from the first series of GOP debates. Obama’s message got an early boost from an unlikely source, an opinion piece by billionaire Warren Buffett.