US director of intelligence tells Senate Russia was involved in election hack
Josh Curlee - Jan 05, 2017
U.S. National Intelligence Director, James Clapper, confirmed the belief that Russia hacked the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election
Sanders against privatization of VA
Harry Marcolis - Dec 31, 2016
Bernie Sanders (I, Vermont) is against the privatization of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Trump agrees to attend intelligence briefing on Russia hacking
Adam Widmer - Dec 29, 2016
U.S. President Elect Donald J. Trump has agreed to be briefed by intelligence officials in regards to Russian hacking.
US Senators demanding sanctions for Russian hacking scandal
Linda Mack - Dec 29, 2016
U.S. senators are demanding that Russia be sanctioned for interfering in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election.
Israel looks to decrease tension in Middle East
Billy Kirk - Dec 28, 2016
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netenyahu is looking to ease tension among his neighboring countries.
Obama vows American response to Russian hacks
Harry Marcolis - Dec 15, 2016
U.S. President Barack Obama has vowed an American response to the Russian hacks of the presidential election.
Trump taps Scott Pruitt as head of EPA
Carmelo Sheppard - Dec 08, 2016
U.S. President Elect Donald Trump has selected Scott Pruitt to head the EPA.
Dr. Francis Kelsey, who helped ban thalidomide, dies at age 101
Aaron Sims - Aug 08, 2015
The world remembers Dr. Frances Kelsey, who singlehandedly prevented a dangerous sedative, thalidomide, from hitting U.S. markets and saved thousands of lives.
Barack Obama vs. Jesse Jackson
Aaron Sims - Mar 02, 2015
President Obama and Reverend Jesse Jackson have had a complicated relationship during their political careers.
Walmart desperate to keep employees, raises minimum wage
Cliff Mooneyham - Mar 01, 2015
The retail giant has fought for decades to keep the minimum wage as low as possible, but recent moves by retailers such as Gap to retain good employees has resulted in a mass exodus of Walmart workers.
Hawaii wants presidential library, says it would be one of the most heavily visited in the U.S.
Harry Marcolis - Dec 12, 2014
The president's home state will have to beat out bids by Chicago and New York.
Cantor defeat delays corporate offshore tax break
Tobi Gerdes - Jun 13, 2014
House Majority leader's loss leads to unintended political consequences.
Tech companies begin putting up defenses against NSA, U.S. government
Aaron Sims - Jun 07, 2014
Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and others have made security advancements their top priority over the past six months.
Benjamin Netanyahu visits the White House
Aaron Sims - Oct 08, 2013
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is calling for a complete dismantling of Iran's nuclear weapons, part of a visit to the White House.
McCain, Graham express support for Obama
Aaron Sims - Sep 06, 2013
The White House ratcheted up lobbying Monday to convince Congress to authorize military action against Syria over an alleged chemical weapons attack by government forces.
White House: Obama not pushing for new gun laws
Tracy Williams - Jul 28, 2012
Obama: Gun control laws 'shouldn't be controversial'
Ian Marsh - Jul 26, 2012
Obama discusses gun control at National Urban League conference.