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Michelle Obama is heading to China in about two weeks and wants advice on what to do and see when she gets there. Of course, the State Department is involved in planning her schedule. But on Tuesday the first lady picked the brains of sixth-graders
The fiscal 2015 budget of U.S. President Barack Obama seeks to keep alive their hopes of a huge deficit reduction by stating that tax increases and spending proposals , along with earlier actions , will lead to savings of five.3 trillion
The Senate and House of Representatives had planned to meet Monday and vote, but because of the winter storm clobbering the nation's capital, they'll wait until Tuesday. That means a busy Tuesday--President Barack Obama is to unveil his fiscal 2015
Breaking News American journalist Jeffrey Goldberg interviewed US President Barack Obama. According to the journalist, who works for the Bloomberg news agency, Obama said that he intends to warn Netanyahu, during their meeting, that time is running
I work for the DOT and, after reading Voicer Irene Goldsmith putting us down, need to respond. Filling a pothole with asphalt will last as long as a snow plow will allow it to...Take a ride down College Point Blvd. and tell me how smooth your ride is.
President Barack Obama addressed the media this week to update the world on the US's progress in science and technology. At this press event, he announced to the world that we, the United States of America, are building Iron Man .
It also promises to be a more effective, less self-defeating way to address the interlocking social and economic crises afflicting young men of color. I'll go out on a limb and predict that President Obama gets some heat for launching a program whose
Illinois briefly employed as a healthcare navigator a woman convicted in a 1969 terrorist bombing in Israel. The Illinois Department of Insurance in November revoked the certification of Rasmieh Yousef Odeh, National Review Online reported this week,
Surrounded by budding filmmakers, President Obama on Friday announced $400 million in donations from two software companies as part of his effort to upgrade technology in schools. Adobe, maker of video-editing and other digital-imaging programs, will
President Barack Obama delivers remarks at Organizing for Action's "National Organizing Summit" in Washington. A group supporting President Barack Obama's agenda has fired a fundraiser amid questions about whether donations were solicited in exchange