President Barack Obama’s pick to be the deputy secretary of the Department of Homeland Security is currently under investigation for helping Anthony Rodham, a close business partner of Terry McAuliffe and brother of Hillary Clinton, secure foreign investments for his investment firm.
One of GM’s foreign subsidiaries received a $275 million bailout from Australian taxpayers to keep its operations afloat and is reportedly seeking an additional $265 million from local and federal authorities.
A Mexican satellite operator will continue to seek financing from the U.S. Export-Import Bank despite the fact that it does not need the help from the federal agency, Chrony Chronicles has reported.
The deadly explosion of a Canadian freight train could boost the case for the U.S. government’s approval of a controversial oil pipeline, which supporters say would reduce the risk of similar disasters in the future.
President Barack Obama announced over the weekend a new energy plan called “Power Africa.” The plan will invest $7 billion in U.S. taxpayer money to bring electricity to sub-Saharan Africa and will generate huge rewards for General Electric, a company run by former Obama economic adviser Jeffrey Immelt, Forbes reports.
The Senate’s immigration reform bill contains an odd piece of legislation that has little to do with securing the border or reforming the nation’s byzantine immigration process.