John F. Kennedy gave his one and only Inaugural Address on January 20, 1961. Exactly 50 years ago today, former President made his most famous speech to the world. Google is honouring the 50th anniversary of JFK’s inaugural address with a special-made Google Doodle.
The House failed to pass an unemployment deadline extension today since the body fell short of the two-thirds vote required to pass the bill to the Senate.
George W. Bush’s pro-life stance solidified when he was a teenager in Texas – after his mother suffered a devastating miscarriage and showed him the fetus in a jar, the former president said in an extraordinary interview that airs tonight.
American President Barack Obama’s public statements in Mumbai praising Islamabad’s efforts against terrorists and reminding India of its stake in Pakistan’s long-term stability are no surprise. However, they will reinforce a residual concern in New Delhi that the US leader continues to see India as a card to play in a large Afpak poker game.
Just after touting some much-needed good news on the job front, President Obama and his wife Michelle set off on their 10-day Asian visit.
CNN — U.S. President Barack Obama struck a defiant tone in the first speech of his trip to India, saying Saturday that his stay at the Mumbai hotel attacked by terrorists two years ago is “absolutely” intended to send a message.
Michelle Obama played hopscotch, danced and sang with 33 disadvantaged children from the Indian charity Make a Difference Saturday at the University of Mumbai.
Oregon governor election results 2010: On Wednesday evening, the Oregonian called the Beaver State’s 2010 midterm election for Governor for Democratic candidate John Kitzhaber over Republican opponent Chris Dudley.
In Oregon governor race, Democrat John Kitzhaber and Republican Chris Dudley hold their finger for the final result.Both of this politicians spend a big amount of money for the campaign. Republican Chris Dudley have a lead over Democrat John Kitzhaber in Oregon’s election.
The President will receive the Presidential Daily Briefing and meet with senior ad-visors in the Oval Office in the morning.
President Obama is going from a chief of staff dubbed “Rahmbo” who once sent a dead fish to a political opponent to the exact opposite: a shy, self-effacing guy known for being a gentle boss and a cat lover.
President Barack Obama has made official the news that’s been known for days: Rahm Emanuel, his hard-charging chief of staff, has resigned.
White House: “I’m thrilled to be here on what is an exciting day,” said the President Barack Obama as he prepared to sign the Small Business Jobs Act this afternoon. With small business owners who will receive tax breaks and better access to credit in the audience, the President explained to everybody why he has fought so […]
There are varying reports that House Minority Leader, John Boehner is having an affair with lobbyist, Lisbeth Lyons Gather reports.
Politician Jesse Jackson Jr., the son of civil rights activist Reverend Jesse Jackson Sr. may have had a relationship with a Giovanna Huidobro. Giovanna Huidobro works at a restaurant which is situated in Washington D.C.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid referred to New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand “the hottest member,” which apparently made Gillibrand blush, according to two Democratic sources familiar with the incident.
Natasha Pettigrew, a Maryland Green Party candidate for U.S. Senate in Maryland, has died due to injurings she suffered after struck by an SUV while riding her bicycle on Sunday morning on Landover Road in Largo.
The Senate passed a long-stalled measure on Thursday that would boost lending to small businesses, giving President Barack Obama’s Democrats one of their last chances before November elections they are working to revive the sluggish economy.
For the first time in nine years, the anniversary of the September 11 (9/11) terrorist attacks became a day of protest, as a circus-like clash of demonstrations – ostensibly over the Cordoba House mosque – filled the streets of lower Manhattan on Saturday for several hours following the somber reading of the litany of the […]
President Barack Obama is asking the country to observe the Sept. 11 anniversary as a day of “service and remembrance.” He says Americans should find a way to serve their fellow citizens and rekindle the spirit of unity and common purpose felt in the wake of the 2001 terror attacks.