Biden is taking dozens of new steps to fight inflation by strengthening the supply chain.
In a recent exchange at the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee hearing, Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) boldly called out Senator Tommy Tuberville (R-AL) for his months-long hold on military promotions, emphasizing the detrimental impact it has on our Marines and their families.
Former President Barack Obama said that the Supreme Court rejected Trump’s threat to undermine our system of checks and balances.
s. The tour will highlight how President Biden’s Investing in America agenda is driving a manufacturing and clean energy boom, rebuilding America’s infrastructure, lowering costs, and creating good-paying jobs.
President Joe Biden has announced new steps to combat sexual violence in conflict zones around the world.
Bernie Sanders Led Senate Committee To Vote On Most Historic Pro-Union And Worker Reforms In Modern US History
The Bernie Sanders (I-VT) chaired Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) Committee is set to mark up a significant set of labor law reforms that are aimed at addressing the needs of the working class in America.
Pennsylvania Senator John Fetterman released a statement commending the guilty verdict of the perpetrator of the Tree of Life shooting in Pittsburgh. The shooting, which occurred over four years ago, was an act of hate and antisemitism that took the lives of multiple victims.
President Biden has recognized the actions of private sector ticketing and travel companies to eliminate hidden junk fees and provide millions of customers with transparent pricing.
The bipartisan legislation would authorize the DOJ to expand its ability to seize Russian assets and send them directly to Ukraine for defense and rebuilding.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) has launched a new billboard campaign targeting 12 vulnerable House Republicans who represent districts won by President Biden in the 2020 election.
First Lady Jill Biden delivered a powerful speech at the Ennakhil Association in Marrakech, Morocco, where she spoke about the importance of women’s empowerment and the need for women to come together to create a better world.
The audio tape of Trump acknowledging that he kept critical classified documents could be the piece of evidence that Jack Smith needs, not just to indict the former president, but to convict him.
“President Biden Announces Proposal to Take Most Significant Administrative Action to Improve Implementation of the ACA Since its Enactment”
FACT SHEET: Summit on Global Supply Chain Resilience to Address Near-Term Bottlenecks and Tackle Long-Term Challenges
(Fact sheet provided to PoliticusUSA by the White House press office) FACT SHEET: Summit on Global Supply Chain Resilience to Address Near-Term Bottlenecks and Tackle Long-Term Challenges President Biden announces new domestic steps to continue building supply chain resilience President Biden has made resilient supply chains a top priority of his Administration since Day One….
Inaugural Address by President Joseph R. Biden, Jr.
More Than 450,000 Are Working Without Pay, Many Of Whom Are Veterans, Including:
People mourn the loss of life as they hold a vigil for the victims of Pittsburgh synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S., October 27, 2018
Photos: Protesters disrupted a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing entitled “Oversight of Immigration Enforcement and Family Reunification Efforts” on Capitol Hill in Washington on Tuesday.
Activists and families held a march and sit-in to mark the “court-ordered deadline” for the Trump Administration to reunify thousands of families separated at the border, on Capitol Hill in Washington.
U.S. grand jury indicts 12 Russian spies in 2016 election hacking: read the indictment here.
A gallery of inspiring pictures of students around the country protesting on National Walkout Day for gun control.
The nation’s growing support for unions is a huge sign of encouragement for those who have watched the attempts to decimate and destroy decades of hard work.
Join PoliticusUSA as we deliver the “fair and balanced” truth about the Fox News Republican presidential debate during our live chat.
Republicans are doing the bidding of their fossil fuel masters by distorting President Obama’s historic clean power plant plan, but here are the facts that you need to know in order to fight back.
President Obama received a briefing from FBI Director Comey as well as his White House team about the tragic shooting that took place in Chattanooga today, ordered DOD to be vigilant.
Join PoliticusUSA for a live chat on the Supreme Court’s big ruling that gave the people a weapon to combat Republican election rigging.
Join PoliticusUSA at 4 PM ET for a live chat/celebration of President Obama’s big win as the Supreme Court ruled in favor of ACA subsidies.
The White House’s response to the Republican-led Senate’s lead-by-crisis on the Patriot Act was to remind everyone that the President worked with Congress to craft a reformed version of the Patriot Act a year and a half ago
A new White House fact sheet has blown the House Republican budget to bits.
The President put violent extremism into context when he said of the Chapel Hill shootings, “Many Muslim Americans are worried and afraid. We stand with you.”
The following is a Letter from the President to the U.S. Congress regarding authorization for the Use of United States Armed Forces in connection with the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.
In the coming hours and days, there will be a lot of claims made about President Obama’s budget, but here are the facts.
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The following is a summation of President Obama’s tax code proposals as well as a PDF fact sheet, both as provided by the White House.
The following is a fact sheet from the White House Office of the Press Secretary on the President’s plan to chart a new course on Cuba. President Obama will be speaking about this at noon on Wednesday the 17th.
PoliticusUSA’s Justin Baragona was on the scene during a protest march through downtown St. Louis Friday morning.
“Recent events in Ferguson, Missouri and around the country have highlighted the importance of strong, collaborative relationships between local police and the communities they protect.”
First Lady Michelle Obama, Sasha, Malia, Bo, and Sunny greeted the Botek family and four Clydesdale horses wearing jingle bells as they arrived at the North Portico to deliver the official White House Christmas tree.
Live video of President Obama’s immigration address to the nation.
Watch and chat live with PoliticusUSA, as voters decide control of the US Senate, House and several key governor’s races around the country. We’ll have all the results, and great conversation live.
President Obama is scheduled to make an address at the White House Wednesday afternoon. A number of healthcare workers who have treated Ebola victims will be in attendance.
With one week to go until Election Day, President Obama is doing his part to help defeat Republican Gov. Scott Walker by campaigning with Democratic candidate Mary Burke.
President Obama delivers a statement on Ebola, watch live here at 3PM Eastern.
PoliticusUSA’s Justin Baragona was on the scene Saturday afternoon when a smaller than expected group of open carry enthusiasts descended on downtown St. Louis for a march.
President Obama, who honored Bradlee with the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2013, issued a statement in memory of the legendary journalist.
PoliticusUSA’s Justin Baragona was on the scene Monday during a protest at the Ferguson police station that led to the arrest of at least a dozen protesters, including Dr. Cornel West.
After a planned Ferguson October event, PoliticusUSA’s Justin Baragona was able to speak to Tamara Cottongim, a nurse out of Ashland, Oregon. Ms. Cottongim had just taken part in a march in Clayton, known as the Justice Now March, which was the first organized event of the Weekend of Resistance.
PoliticusUSA’s Justin Baragona was on the scene at the Shaw shooting in south St. Louis late Wednesday evening. Late in the evening, with well over a hundred protesters blocking off the intersection of Shaw and Grand, two activists approached Justin and struck up a conversation.
PoliticusUSA’s Justin Baragona was able to speak with an activist in Ferguson this weekend. The activist, Kayla Reed, lives in the Ferguson area and has participated in the protests that have occurred since the death of Michael Brown on August 9th.
PoliticusUSA’s Justin Baragona was on the scene in Ferguson Wednesday afternoon and witnessed a protest where the goal was to shut down an interstate highway for a short period of time during rush hour traffic.
PoliticusUSA’s Justin Baragona attended a protest march in nearby Clayton. After the rally, PoliticusUSA was able to catch up with Ferguson resident Kayla Reed for an interview.
PoliticusUSA’s Justin Baragona was on the scene and captured images from a protest march led by clergy members of all religions and denominations Wednesday evening.
On Wednesday, PoliticusUSA’s Justin Baragona made his way to the location where Brown was killed by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson. He witnessed a lot of positive community activity taking place.
PoliticusUSA’s Justin Baragona was in Ferguson Thursday evening and was able to capture images of a large, peaceful and symbolic march through the town.
PoliticusUSA’s Justin Baragona was once again on the scene in Ferguson Thursday afternoon. He was able to capture images of a peaceful protest in front of the burned-down QuikTrip. The destroyed building has become a symbolic rallying point for demonstrators.
Vice President Joe Biden is turning on the charm and doing everything possible to explain to the left why 2014 must not be a repeat of 2010.
Satellite TV provider DISH Network urged Federal Communications Commission officials this week to reject the proposed merger of Comcast with Time Warner Cable.
Some of the more interesting stories that hit the web this past week included an open carry restaurant, big sharks, hand gestures operating computers and Google Maps.
Amazon Studios announced this week they had greenlit production of a pilot for an hour-long contagion thriller series, Hysteria. The story follows neurologist Dr. Logan Harlen as she returns to her hometown of Austin, Texas.
Some stories that hit the web this past week include political affiliation based on geography, driverless cars, recycled water in California and five ways humans may become extinct.
A new Consumer Reports poll shows the proposed merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable is opposed by 56% of the public. Only 11 percent of those surveyed support the merger. 56 percent were opposed, and 32 percent had no opinion
Nearly four months after the on-set death of 27 year-old camera assistant Sarah Jones, the tragedy continues to galvanize the film industry and make headlines — with the focus of many of the latter now shifting to the inevitable lawsuits.
On Monday this week, the FAA made what may be the next step in that evolution when it announced in a press release that it’s reviewing applications from seven film and television production companies to use drones for aerial photography.
Weird stories that hit the web this past week involved robot cars, fruit flies, a flying rhinoceros and corporate tweets.
Following actor Paul Walker’s death last November 30, Universal Studios and the creative team behind the studio’s Fast & Furious 7 were tasked with the difficult decision of how to finish the film.
Some interesting tidbits that hit the web within the past week or so include dog walking drones, a UFO in China, Dracula and Netflix.
In January this year Netflix announced they’d produce all their original content series in 4K Ultra High Definition (UHD). On April 6, they confirmed they’d made the entirety of season two of their popular award-winning political drama,House of Cards, available in the cutting-edge format. In June, the streaming service plans to make Breaking Bad available in 4K. Other popular shows will follow.
Stories that hit the web this past week include the zombie apocalypse, Godzilla’s anatomy, wheel design and fat Arnold Schwarzenegger.
H. R. Giger – artist, sculptor, and dark, imaginative architect of our collective nightmares – died last Monday, May 12. An administrator from the Giger Museum said he died of injuries suffered in a fall. He was 74.
Stories that hit the web this past week involved man-made DNA, edible water bottles. yawning and expensive name brands.
Some stories that hit the Internet this past week involved a dead whale, brain implants, Neanderthals and the House of Davids.
Two months after the on-set death of 27 year-old camera assistant Sarah Jones, headlines continue near-weekly regarding both the embattled production of the Gregg Allman biopic Midnight Rider.
Some of the interesting tidbits from the web this past week include presidential socks, little robots, state polls and note-taking.
Last Tuesday, the Supreme Court began hearing arguments in broadcast TV’s case to shut down Aereo TV. At the heart of the argument is whether the streaming service’s business model is based on pirating creative content.
Some interesting stories that hit the internet this past week involved the Loch Ness monster, Google Glass, a Russian meteor and 3D printing.
A collection of some of the more interesting stories that hit the web this past week.
The 100+ year-old photochemical medium for capturing and projecting movie images is dying an inevitable death. 2014 may see the closing of the last film lab.
Michael Jarema looks at some sweeping trends on the web from this past week, including Star Trek, nuclear research and Amazon drones.
4D is the latest theatrical innovation designed to lure audiences away from competing streaming and DVD/Blu-ray entertainment platforms.
Michael Jarema looks at various items that made the rounds on the internet this past week.
20 year-old Palmer Luckey followed his previous week’s success with the equally impressive announcement last Tuesday of Oculus VR’s $2 billion acquisition by Facebook.
The party accusing Muslims of nefariously imposing Sharia Law upon Americans is nefariously imposing their idea of Biblical law.
Here is your weekly roundup of the strange, weird, and sometimes flat out odd from around the Web.
This week’s Games Developers Conference in San Francisco saw the introduction of the Oculus Rift DK2, a second-generation developers’ kit for a virtual reality headset
Weeks after camera assistant Sarah Jones’ death on the set of the Gregg Allman biopic, “Midnight Rider”, many in charge have resorted to silence, the services of a PR firm, and lawyering up.
Last week’s on-set death of a young camera assistant is prompting talks of more rigorous film industry safety guidelines.
With online hoaxes increasingly going viral, has the internet become the new reality TV?
Watch and chat live with PoliticusUSA as President Obama addresses income inequality during his fifth State Of The Union address.
For this particular column, we asked several writers to give us their pick for the winner in the US Senate in 2013. Here are the responses that we received.
For this particular column, we asked several writers to give us their pick for the most embarrassing moment for John Boehner in 2013. Here are the responses that we received.
For this particular column, we asked several writers to give us their pick for the worst moment by the news media in 2013.
For this particular column, we asked several writers to give us their pick for the biggest winner in the House of Representatives in 2013. Here are the responses that we received.
For this particular column, we asked several writers to give us their pick for the biggest loser in the House of Representatives in 2013.
It’s been a year of epic toolery in the GOP. From Ted Cruz’s government shutdown to the GOP’s endless ObamaCare concern trolling and from Darrell Issa’s witch hunts to John Boehner’s inability to lead his House into anything other than record breaking failure, the choices for biggest tool are almost endless. According to the Urban…