Congress will not be recalled to vote on military action.
With the on-going chemical weapons crisis in Syria, here is a timeline of major events regarding media coverage of political responses around the world.
After yesterday’s “war speech” by John Kerry, attention has turned to President Obama, who may order a missile strike on Syria “as early as Thursday.”
On Monday, President Obama will present a Medal of Honor to Staff Sergeant Ty Carter for his bravery at the Battle of Kamdesh at Combat Outpost Keating in Afghanistan.
Republican Senator Blake Farenthold told an audience that if it was to go to vote today, there would be enough votes in the House to impeach President Obama.
A rodeo clown at the Missouri State Fair on Saturday put on a mask of President Obama and asked the crowd if they would like to see “Obama run down by a bull.”
President Barack Obama addressed the media today announcing an effort to “increase transparency and restore public trust,” which has been on a recent decline.
Three more US drone strikes, killing a total of 9 al-Qaeda militants, marks an increase in attacks in the last two weeks, where at least 31 have been killed.
Barack Obama has decided to cancel an upcoming meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin as a reprimand for granting Edward Snowden temporary asylum.
In an interview published Tuesday by The Daily Beast, US Sen. John McCain criticized the Obama administration on its approach to the al-Qaeda threat.
Members of the European Parliament have written an open letter to President Obama asking for the pardon of the whistleblower. The trial’s verdict is released today.
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Casting aside his trusty teleprompter, Obama spoke from the heart in a surprise speech that broached the reality of race issues in America.
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by sociology professor Stefan Svallfors from Umeå University.