A Republican Congressman says that more than 40 Americans have been recruited by a terrorist group in Somalia that is connected with al-Qaida.
The Federal Aviation Administration has shut down because Congress was unable to pass legislation to extend the entity’s operating authority.
President Barack Obama continues to receive backlash from the private sector, even after making a concerted effort to change the Administration’s anti-business image, according to The Hill.
On Monday, when President Barack Obama spoke to the National Council of La Raza, a Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization, he made several remarks suggesting that he may have considered using the 14th Amendment to the Constitution after all.
With more athletes being put on trial for steroid use, sports stars are constantly searching for legal ways to improve their game.
It was recently announced that the documentary about former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, “The Undefeated,” will soon be available to viewers via Video on Demand, Pay-Per-View and DVD.
Despite widespread belief that no one candidate stands out for would-be Republican primary voters, another widespread belief holds that former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney is at least a frontrunner. One columnist thinks he knows why: The other candidates are helping his case.
WASHINGTON, July 26 (UPI) — Despite a second bailout deal, the Greek debt crisis is far from over. “Turbulence could easily resurface,” Christine Lagarde, the International Monetary Fund managing director, said Tuesday in her first major policy speech, touching on issues of sovereign debt around the world. Greece struck a deal last week to improve […]
Today, Congressional members held a press conference to introduce the Ensuring the Full Faith and Credit of the United States and Protecting America’s Soldiers and Seniors Act. The bill would ensure that the Treasury would pay the United States’ debts, Social Security obligations and active military first if the debt ceiling is not raised by Aug. 2.
WASHINGTON, July 26 (UPI) — The Obama administration’s new strategy to combat transnational organized crime gives the U.S. Treasury Department new sanctioning authority but it also stresses more joint efforts among federal agencies in dealing with the growing threat. At a news conference announcing the strategy Monday, John Brennan, assistant to the president for counter-terrorism […]