The U.S. government is looking for software that can mine social media sites to predict everything from future terrorist attacks to foreign uprisings.
White House Chief of Staff Jacob Lew announced that the Administration of Barack Obama has no plans to compromise further on its mandate that requires all employer-based healthcare plans provide women with free contraceptives.
President Barack Obama told supporters at a fundraiser that the public “readily accepts” the efforts by his Administration to grant equal rights to gay citizens.
The past decade has seen women in the U.S. military serve valiantly on the battlefields in Iraq and Afghanistan, but the Pentagon will soon recommend to Congress that these Americans be allowed to serve in jobs closer to the front lines.
Hundreds of the nation’s top graduate students who applied to a program that grooms future leaders of government agencies have been left fuming following bureaucrats emailing acceptance letters to them by mistake.
The President Barack Obama Administration and 49 States announced a record $25 billion mortgage settlement with the nation’s five largest banks, the latest attempt to help homeowners and stop the still-sagging housing market’s drag on the economy.
Some members of President Barack Obama’s own party are voicing their displeasure with the Administration on the controversial rule that religious schools and hospitals must provide contraceptive coverage for their employees.
The Arizona Supreme Court affirmed a ruling that had barred a woman from running for a city council seat due to the fact that she was unable to speak English at a proficient level.
The House will vote on February 8 on its version of a bill that would crack down on Congressional insider trading and political intelligence peddling.
Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) and other lawmakers asked the U.S. to consider providing arms to the Syrian opposition, as new videos surfaced that allegedly show the bloody aftermath of a massacre in the city of Homs.