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Private Policy for Online Being Updated by White House

A new White House private policy was released on Friday that explains how the federal government will gather the data of users of its online site WhiteHouse.gov, social media sites and mobile apps. It also clarifies that comments online, whether tributes or tirades are part of the open domain. The new private policy says that […]

President Corrects Sentence of Drug Convict

President Barack Obama commuted the sentence of a man convicted in a drug related case who was mistakenly sentenced to an additional 3 ½ years of prison due to typographical error, said White House officials. Caesar Huerta Cantu who is from Katy, Texas had pleaded guilty 8 years ago in Virginia. He had been charged […]

Group that Supports Hillary Clinton Raises $6 Million

An organization founded to help prod former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton into seeking the White House announced on Thursday it had raised over $1.7 million during the first three months of 2014. Ready for Hillary, a super PAC is one of several groups laying out the groundwork for the potential campaign for Clinton. The […]

First Lady Supports Americans Studying Abroad

Michelle Obama the First Lady said on Saturday that studying abroad helped to build bridges of understanding. The comments from the First Lady came during a visit she made to a university in Beijing. Obama said that studying abroad is about much, more than just approving the future of the student. It is about helping […]

Mitt Romney Blames President Obama and Hillary Clinton for Ukraine Situation

Mitt Romney has blamed President Barack Obama as well as Hillary Clinton the former Secretary of State for the current problems in Ukraine. Romney also blames the two for other debacles in foreign policy citing failure in leadership on their part. The former presidential nominee from the Republican Party wrote in a Wall Street Journal […]

Colbert Gives Security Talk at Conference

Stephen Colbert said he is not too worried about his emails being read by NSA. He said he did not necessarily want anyone reading his emails, but he was not a spy and does not run a crime syndicate. Colbert said he had things he did want other to know but he was not worried […]

Congress Not Sure About Shrinking Military

The White House Administration’s push to have a smaller military now faces Congresses scrutiny. The Congress has for years battled the vision of the Pentagon for a new strategy in security. Chuck Hagel the Secretary of Defense has proposed to shrink the military to its smallest in over 75 years, hoping it can be reshaped […]

Filmmaker Indicted by Feds

Federal agents plan to arrest Dinesh D’Souza a political commentator who is outspoken. The government plans to arrest him on Friday in New York City over the allegations that donations he made to a failed candidate for the U.S. Senate exceeded the limits of campaign-finance laws. Investigators built the indictment against the political commentator who […]

President Obama Talks NFL, Politics and Marijuana

In a long New Yorker magazine article, President Obama has said that NFL football players are aware of the risks involved with their sport as it related to concussions and possible brain damage. Obama said in the article that he would not allow his own son to play professional football. Obama said the players know […]

New NSA Restrictions on Surveillance Implemented by Obama

On Friday, President Barrack Obama said in his first big speech about electronic surveillance that the U.S. is not carrying out spying on ordinary people who are not threat to the national security of the country. Obama put restrictions on accessing domestic phone records by the National Security Agency. However, the changes announced by the […]