FBI Warning That Foreign Hackers Are Targeting US Election Systems

FBI Warning That Foreign Hackers Are Targeting US Election Systems

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has informed the US elections officials to devise new measures to safeguard the security of their computer systems. This follows an FBI flash alert that was issued warning that the US elections and voter registration systems are being targeted by foreign hackers.…

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Twitter and CBS News to partner for live stream of Republican and Democratic National Conventions

Twitter and CBS News to partner for live stream of Republican and Democratic National Conventions

SAN FRANCISCO – On Monday, CBS News and Twitter made an agreement to broadcast on Twitter CBSN’s live coverage of the Republican and Democratic National Conventions. Twitter’s chief financial officer said that he believed they were offering the world the best way to see democracy…

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Winners of the NY Primary April 19

Winners of the NY Primary April 19

As the Presidential primaries continue to roll along, New York’s big delegate numbers became a major focus. Looking at the big picture as well, with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump pulling ahead as frontrunners, the state provided an opportunity to further distance themselves from their…

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What is the Significance of Super Tuesday?

What is the Significance of Super Tuesday?

The Presidential primary elections have received an enormous amount of media attention, with seemingly endless debates and plenty of fodder for social media. The Democrats have a two person race between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, while the Republican side has been fairly crowded (even with…

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Candidates for the 2016 United States presidential race

Candidates for the 2016 United States presidential race

The race has been fierce. Candidates all over the country have been hosting large campaigns to convince voters why they are the best choice to head the most powerful country in the world. The following is a short review of the candidates running for Presidency in the primary elections in the United…

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Bernie Sanders NYC Fundraiser

Bernie Sanders NYC Fundraiser

Bernie Sanders talked a lot about the policies he vouches for and the changes he would like to bring about if he ever becomes the next President. There was a crowd of more than a thousand spectators listening intently to his fundraising speech on Friday. The crowd was well-pleased and cheered at his…

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Growing Vegetable Plants Indoor

Growing Vegetable Plants Indoor

Gardening of a successful indoor Xingchun plants are not accidental. They are the fruits of proper planning, care and also the will to make them grow. Among all the things you can do as a hobby, indoor growing of vegetable plants can be a satisfying experience. It gives you fresh air, supplemental…

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Hillary Clinton Leading the Race for the White House

Hillary Clinton Leading the Race for the White House

According to a recent poll, Hillary Clinton is not only the leading Democratic presidential candidate, she is also the front-runner for a White House itself. The survey was conducted by the NBC News and the Wall Street Journal and has shown that Clinton is ahead of Jeb Bush by 48 percent to 40…

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Jeb Bush Sharply Criticizes Pope Francis: He Should Steer Clear of Climate Change Discussion

Jeb Bush Sharply Criticizes Pope Francis: He Should Steer Clear of Climate Change Discussion

Republican Jeb Bush spent the first day of his presidential campaign sharply criticizing Pope Francis – this would not be interesting news if Bush was not a declared Catholic. He said the Pope should not get involved into the discussion about the climate change and should steer clear of…

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Top Democratic Contenders for 2016 US Presidential Elections

Top Democratic Contenders for 2016 US Presidential Elections

Though we wouldn’t be able to see President Obama to file his candidacy in the presidential elections, 2016, there are other potential candidates who have filed for nomination. Yes, there are democrats, republicans and third-party candidates also. But if you want to know who are the strongest…

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Ex-Speaker Hastert Indicted

Ex-Speaker Hastert Indicted

Former GOP House Speaker Dennis Hastert was charged on Thursday with lying to the FBI about hiding payments to a person against whom he committed prior misconduct. For that purpose he illegally structured withdrawals of cash money from various bank accounts. The indictment stated that Hastert, who…

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An Economic Slant Resulting From a Three-Way Struggle

An Economic Slant Resulting From a Three-Way Struggle

With the take-down of the Berlin Wall and Communism, facilitated by President Reagan and John Paul, it looked like the west was prevalent until Pope Benedict passed by the US in 2008 and the economy crushed months sometime later. While the pope's visit and the economy may not appear to be, in…

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Rick Santorum Announces 2016 Presidential Campaign

Rick Santorum Announces 2016 Presidential Campaign

Its official, Rick Santorum will be vying for presidency come 2016. Rick Santorum, a former Pennsylvania Senator, on Wednesday the 27th of May announced that he will be running for presidency in 2016 by officially launching his presidential campaign joining a 2016 Presidential race which is already…

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Understanding Politics: Equal Opportunity – The Pillar of Democracy

Understanding Politics: Equal Opportunity – The Pillar of Democracy

In the light of the upcoming election, equal opportunity is all the rage among presidential hopefuls. Both Republicans and Democrats promise to work on this issue. You as a voter have the obligation not only to vote, but to understand what your candidate is talking about. Here is a little lesion on…

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Ben Carson Kicks-Off Presidential Campaign

Ben Carson Kicks-Off Presidential Campaign

Ben Carson officially started his presidential campaign on Monday when he had breakfast with city pastors in Detroit and attended an assembly at the high school bearing his name. He definitely confirmed his presidential ambitions on Sunday to a TV station based in Florida. After Detroit, Carson is…

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Obama Accepts Responsibility For Deaths Of An American And An Italian In Drone Strike

Obama Accepts Responsibility For Deaths Of An American And An Italian In Drone Strike

A US drone attack on January 14 targeted at members of Al Qaeda resulted in deaths of some innocent men being held hostage by the organisation. They included an American and an Italian. US President Barrack Obama has accepted responsibility of the deaths resulting from the attacks on a compound in a…

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Obama further shortens a short trip to India

Obama further shortens a short trip to India

India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi invited the president of the U.S.A to his country for Republic Day celebrations held annually. Mr. Obama graciously accepted the invite and had planned to make a three day trip to visit India where he was also to be shown monuments and historical sites.…

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Harry Reid's retirement from Senate in 2016

Harry Reid's retirement from Senate in 2016

Having the Senate lead since 2005, Harry Reid doesn't seek re-election this year. After considering it for months, the thought tactician decided to put an end to his career, at the age of 75 years. Among his recent performances, it's noticeable the way he kept the democratic united against a…

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A California Attorney Proposes “Shoot the Gays” Law

A California Attorney Proposes “Shoot the Gays” Law

An attorney in California, Matt McLaughlin, has put forward a proposal called “Sodomite Suppression Act” in a bid to make execution of gay people legal. It is interesting to note that attorney general has no power to stop the proposal from going forward. The proposal will probably be…

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Unknown facts about Vladimir Putin

Unknown facts about Vladimir Putin

Everybody knows that Vladimir Putin is born on 7 October, 1952, and he is the President of Russia. He was elected in 2000, and he was in this position until 2008. Since 2012 he is elected again. During the years when he wasn’t Russian President (1999-2000 and 2008-2012) Putin was Prime…

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Disgraced Congressman Compares Himself To Lincoln

Disgraced Congressman Compares Himself To Lincoln

During a farewell speech that he gave out on Thursday, Rep Aaron Schock, compared himself to Abraham Lincoln. While giving his speech, Schock, an Illinois lawmaker, said that the adversity that he is currently facing is similar to the troubled life of Lincoln. “I leave here with sadness and…

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Obama Welcomes Plans on Military Withdrawal from Afghanistan

Obama Welcomes Plans on Military Withdrawal from Afghanistan

The new president of Afghanistan received a warm welcome at the Oval Office in Washington by Barrack Obama, indicating that the US was now eager to go ahead with its plans of permanent military withdrawal from the war torn region. What was the key point of discussion between the two parties was the…

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Justine Miliband is ready for election fight

Justine Miliband is ready for election fight

The wife of Labour leader announced that her husband personal attacks will get vicious during the elections. She said that was feared of the criticism on her husband, but at the end, she is ready for the fight! Besides this, she also revealed that the biggest regret of her husband was not being able…

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Did Republican senators break the law?

Did Republican senators break the law?

Maybe 47 Senate Republicans have broken the law, recently, but this isn’t some huge problem for them! The question is, did 47 Senate Republicans, including Senator Tom Cotton, violated the Logan Act by undercutting President Barack Obama's effort to continue negotiations about nuclear…

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Obama emailed Clinton on her private address: White House

Obama emailed Clinton on her private address: White House

On Monday the White House revealed that President Barack Obama knew that his potential Successor, Hilary Clinton was using her private emails and he also exchanged emails with her during her tenure as that country’s U.S. Secretary of State In an interview that aired on Saturday on CBS network,…

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Indo- PAK silence Over

Indo- PAK silence Over

After seven months , A long silence between India Pakistan has been over , Indian Foreign secretary Subramaniyam Jaishanker landed Islamabad to kick off a new attempt to engage their government meanwhile Indian officials are trying to enunciate that this official visit is for SAARC summit not for…

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Menendez, facing possible U.S. charges, says 'not going anywhere

Menendez, facing possible U.S. charges, says 'not going anywhere

On Friday Senator Robert Menendez denied any wrong doing adding that he will “not be going anywhere” this was after reports by CNN indicated that there are criminal corruption charges which are being prepared by the U.S. Justice Department against him. One of the country’s news…

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STAY OF RULING ON OBAMA’S EXECUTIVE ACTION ON IMMIGRATION REQUESTED

STAY OF RULING ON OBAMA’S EXECUTIVE ACTION ON IMMIGRATION REQUESTED

Lawyers from the Department of Justice in an interesting twist have requested a hold to delay a federal judge’s decision to block the President’s immigration order which legally prevents the deportation of permits about 5 million illegal and undocumented immigrants in America. Just last…

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Obama on gay marriages: Former advisor says he lied about his stand on marriage

Obama on gay marriages: Former advisor says he lied about his stand on marriage

David Axelrod, Obama’s former adviser has written a new book, Believer: My Forty Years in Politics, in which he says that President Obama lied about his stand on same sex marriage. He says the president was in support of same sex marriage throughout his first campaign and he did it in order to…

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David Brock considers resuming his position after resigning pro-Hillary PAC

David Brock considers resuming his position after resigning pro-Hillary PAC

Drama unfolded in Hillary Clinton’s camp on Monday. David Brock, Media Matter founder,who is a close defender of Clinton quit. Brook was upset over a recent New York Times report that detailed the millions of dollars that a prominent Democratic consultant firm made while aiding organizations…

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U.S. Republicans pushing Iran bill despite veto threat

U.S. Republicans pushing Iran bill despite veto threat

On Tuesday Mitch McConnell, U.S. Senate Majority Leader, said that the Senate will next week be debating a bill which seeks to ensure that President Barack Obama submits any final nuclear deal that they would have reached with Iran before approval by the Congress. Republican McConnell, told…

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Jeb Bush enters the lion's den, touts conservative credentials

Jeb Bush enters the lion's den, touts conservative credentials

On Friday, Republican Jeb Bush asked conservatives, who are very skeptical, to consider him as a second choice although he opted to stick with his policy positions which have made many right-learning activities question his potential 2016 presidential candidacy. While addressing a Conservative…

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GOVERNOR SCOTT WALKER PLANS TO PUSH WISCONSIN’S RIGHT-TO-WORK BILLL NEXT WEEK

GOVERNOR SCOTT WALKER PLANS TO PUSH WISCONSIN’S RIGHT-TO-WORK BILLL NEXT WEEK

On Friday Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald said that Republicans from Wisconsin are planning to call an extraordinary session so as to speed up the right-to-work bill next week in the state legislature. Potential 2016 presidential candidate and Governor Scott Walker, supports the bill and has…

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Is it expensive to fly Air Force One?

Is it expensive to fly Air Force One?

President Obama and his administration are very busy, and they travel a lot. There is no other solution except airplanes, in this case the famous Air Force One! Although, this has many benefits, there is one serious drawback. According to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), every hour in the air…

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Keystone pipeline: object of fights in the Senate

Keystone pipeline: object of fights in the Senate

The ongoing fight in the Senate between Democrats and Republicans (majority now) currently takes place over the Keystone pipeline which is supposed to cross the U.S. from Canada. The current focal point is climate change and how the construction of the pipeline will affect it. The climate issue…

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GOP senator warns of violence after immigration order

GOP senator warns of violence after immigration order

Oklahoma Sen. Tom Coburn warns there could be not only a political firestorm but acts of civil disobedience and even violence in reaction to President Obama's executive order on immigration. The country's going to go nuts, because they're going to see it as a move outside the authority…

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Democrats no longer in majority

Democrats no longer in majority

Things have shifted at Washington, when after eight years the Democrats seem be in minority, Republicans controlling now both House and Senate. The entire thing was clear when a Democrat group arriving from lunch went straight to the Mansfield room to find it filled with Republicans. They then…

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Anonymous Ferguson Juror wants right to talk

Anonymous Ferguson Juror wants right to talk

“Grand Juror Doe” is suing the prosecuting attorney, Robert McCulloch, for the right to talk about the Ferguson case. In November, an unarmed teenager named Michael Brown was shot and killed by a police officer on August 9th. Race was suspected to be a part of Darren Wilson’s…

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U.S. Denounces North Korea at UN

U.S. Denounces North Korea at UN

The U.S. used a United Nations forum in its campaign to blame North Korea for the hacking attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, as the Security Council held its first-ever meeting on human rights in the isolated nation. “Not content with denying freedom of expression to its own people, the…

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Maine Turnpike Authority panel votes to replace York toll plaza

Maine Turnpike Authority panel votes to replace York toll plaza

With little fanfare, the Maine Turnpike Authority board of directors voted to replace the existing York toll plaza at its meeting Thursday. The board also made clear it will seriously consider a plaza 400 feet north of the current location. If that were to happen, it would almost ensure that no…

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