Russian President Vladimir Putin faced further isolation on the second day of a G8 summit on Tuesday as world leaders lined up to pressure him into toning down his support for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
The House last week voted to restrict implementation of the 2010 New START arms treaty with Russia until the Obama administration outlines its plans for nuclear cuts.
Three of President Barack Obama’s top reelection campaign fundraisers are next in line to hold major European diplomatic posts, reports the Washington Post.
Gen. Salim Idris of the Free Syrian Army has yet to receive or hear anything about the military support promised by the White House last week, the Daily Beast reports.
Last week John Nolte of Breitbart observed that the mainstream media had failed to break any of the controversial news occupying Washington. This week Paul Farhi of the Washington Post, without intending to, explained why.
The Washington Post’s “Fact Checker” blog has called out President Barack Obama and his administration at least 19 times and given him a total of 21 Pinocchios since his second term began.
While Chinese cyber espionage has been the recent focus of Chinese-American relations, last month American prosecutors charged three Chinese scientists from New York University’s School of Medicine with taking bribes to share findings with the Chinese Shenzhen Institute and a Shenzhen medical technological company, the New York Times reports.
Nearly half of Americans say President Obama is not telling the truth when he says he was ignorant of the Internal Revenue Service’s targeting of Tea Party groups according to a new poll conducted by Bloomberg.
A Quinnipiac University national poll released Thursday suggests that a trio of controversies are beginning to undermine public support of President Barack Obama and his administration.