No major activity is taking place nor are jobs being created at the Mississippi plants of GreenTech Automotive, even though Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe claimed in 2012 that the plant would be churning out 10,000 electric cars this year.
The Department of Justice plans to spend up to half-a-million dollars to study whether oil and gas booms brought about through hydraulic fracturing contribute to high rates of sexual assault.
Sen. Bob Corker (R., Tenn.) sent the Obama administration a fourth letter Monday requesting an explanation for the United States secretly sending money to Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai.
The immigration debate hit a turning point when the New York Times revealed that illegal immigrant crossings are rising, according to the Washington Examiner.
The people of Belarus will likely face a bleak future until Europe and the United States assume a more active role in condemning human rights abuses in the former Soviet republic, according to a panel of experts at a screening and discussion of the film Belarusian Dream Monday.
JERUSALEM — Defying threats of war emanating from Egypt, Ethiopia’s parliament has endorsed an agreement with five other African countries refuting Egypt’s claim to near-exclusive rights to the waters of the Nile River.
Organizing for Action (OFA), the shadowy nonprofit activist group that evolved from the president’s campaign, is stepping up its defense of his controversial health care law, signaling to some that the group is increasingly worried about a political backlash against the law.
Three of President Barack Obama’s top reelection campaign fundraisers are next in line to hold major European diplomatic posts, reports the Washington Post.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney on Sunday said that NSA leaker Edward Snowden is a “traitor” and that he is suspicious of the leaker’s motivations.
The most intimidating man on Massachusetts Avenue laid a wreath at the feet of the goddess of Democracy.