Michelle Obama is celebrating her 50th birthday Friday.
Shadowed by low approval ratings and weak on public trust, President Obama seeks to get a handle on spying programs.
In the cloistered world of Vatican City, Pope Benedict is still very much revered and respected. I know this because I was privileged enough to be invited to perform in a private concert there Wednesday, January 15, in honor of Benedict’s brother’s 90th birthday.
Regardless of whether Americans consider Edward Snowden a hero or a traitor, anyone concerned with the national security of the United States should want one thing: to get him back.
Why would Obama seek to limit successful programs that allow inner city youth to enter a pathway to educational success when African-American voters are the one group that has overwhelmingly supported him?
Both Democratic and Republican lawmakers reacted on Twitter to testimony about the safety of information on the ObamaCare website.
The Obama administration has apparently decided it’s time to bury the IRS targeting scandal.
While the Obama administration offers life support to its Affordable Care Act, in the UK a growing number of people are asking whether it’s time to pull the plug on the National Health Service (NHS), which is in critical condition.
Sen. Bob Corker is proposing a bipartisan compromise aimed at ending the Senate stand-off over a new Iran sanctions bill and better clarifying what President Obama hopes to achieve in negotiations with Iran about rolling back its nuclear program.
Trying to strike a balance between the government’s surveillance policies and the public’s civil liberties, President Obama announced a series of steps Friday that would end the National Security Agency’s ability to store phone data collected from millions of Americans.