A delegation of House Democrats is urging President Barack Obama’s administration to extend an exemption on Iran sanctions—a move that could allow certain groups linked to terrorism to benefit from American philanthropic donations, experts say.
Many, many liberals in the media have criticized President Barack Obama’s performance in the first presidential debate, but the cover of the new issue of the New Yorker may be the harshest one: Mitt Romney vs. an empty chair.
On Friday, U.S. District Court judge Rosemary Collyers ordered that the Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority must post the ads in question by 5 P.M., Monday—a move the ad’s creators said is required by the First Amendment and WMATA lawyers had argued could spark violence.
A Democratic state senate candidate in Maine has come under fire for her online alter ego, a level 85 orc named Santiaga who stalks the ashen lands of Azeroth.
Jewish leaders expressed outrage Friday over the State Department’s praise for, and defense of, a controversial Muslim leader who has defended terrorist groups and suggested that Israel may have been responsible for the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
At least two economists at the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) have contributed to President Barack Obama’s campaign.
The United States economy lost 16,000 manufacturing jobs in September, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday, on top of the 22,000 lost in August.