A whistle-blowing organization is suing Secretary of State John Kerry and the National Archivist for failure to properly preserve former Secretary Hillary Clinton’s electronic trail.
A prominent interfaith organization is calling for the ejection of the anti-Israel group J Street from the Jewish community due to its support for a recently inked nuclear accord with Iran that experts warn endangers the Jewish state.
Nuclear energy plants supply nearly 60 billion dollars to the United States’ gross domestic product while maintaining lower costs of electricity. Nuclear energy also supplies over 400,000 full-time jobs in the United States, a report by the Brattle Group said.
Katherine Archuleta, Office of Personnel Management director and 2012 national political director for Obama’s re-election campaign, has been an outspoken critic of 2012 presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
Hillary Clinton stopped to get an ice cream at Dairy Twirl in New Hampshire on June 3, but unlike kindergarteners across the country, she did not know what her favorite ice cream flavor was. She likes ice cream and was eager to share some with the press pool, the Union Leader reported.
Bernie Sanders has turned Hillary Clinton’s parade to the White House into a competitive race for the Democratic nomination, as unions prefer Clintons’ socialist opponent.
Two days after working for Uncle Pizza, 19 year old Anson Lemmer saved a life in Glenwood, Colorado by performing CPR, the Post Independent reported.
America must change its policies regarding its nuclear weapons arsenal if it wishes to remain safe in the coming century, according to a new study from the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).
Critics blasted the White House for perceived privacy gaps in the Affordable Care Act on Monday.
A United States Army official said the military was able to safeguard its data from an attempted hack by taking down its own website.