CAIRO, July 28 (UPI) — It is “crucial” that fundamental political reform continues in Egypt, though those reforms are expected to take time, a visiting British official said. Egyptian military authorities who took control of the country following the Egyptian revolution early this year are preparing for elections and constitutional reforms. Protesters have reoccupied the […]
WASHINGTON, July 28 (UPI) — Washington is reviewing a request from the Libyan Transitional National Council to open an embassy in the United States, the U.S. State Department said. London this week summoned Libyan representatives of Moammar Gadhafi to inform them the TNC was recognized as the sole governmental authority in Tripoli. Members of the […]
LONDON, July 28 (UPI) — The Ivorian government is called on to create an accountable state security force capable of impartial protection of all civilians, Amnesty International said. Amnesty International, in a 44-page report, said Ivorian forces and government-backed militia are creating a “climate of fear” that is discouraging displaced residents from returning to their […]
The debt situation in the United States has allowed gold to stay near record highs.
WASHINGTON, July 28 (UPI) — Organized Central European cybercrime gangs are a security threat to the United States and have been targeted in a new U.S. strategy released this week. U.S. President Barack Obama unveiled his Strategy to Combat Transnational Organized Crime Monday at the White House, warning that international criminals have “taken advantage of […]
Obesity rates are still on the rise, and that includes childhood obesity. This is leading parents and healthcare providers alike to look for answers on to how to keep children healthy.
Fourteen States have not yet declared their intent to apply for the Early Learning Challenge, a $500 million Federal grant program, according to The Washington Times.
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is calling for a Democrat to challenge President Barack Obama in a primary election. Sanders told radio talk show host Thom Hartmann that the President has been able to move too far to the right because no Democrat has stood up to him.
President Barack Obama’s nominee to be the next chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff has warned against cutting defense spending too much.
Both the upper and lower houses of Congress are currently considering bills to increase the debt limit and cut spending. The one in the House is sponsored by House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio), and the one in the Senate is sponsored by Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.). Both bills have come under fire from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) for not actually delivering their respective amounts of promised cuts.