By KELLY MOELLER, JOSH SCHWARZ and JASMINE DURSUN
Since the last United States Government shutdown ended early in 1996, our ‘leaders’ on Capitol Hill have warned the nation plenty of times that it could happen again.
It just so happens that they weren’t bluffing. On Oct. 1 of this year, the government shut itself down and...Read more →
By ANTHONY VIGNA
President Obama caused debate amongst American citizens last week when he was proposing that the United States send military forces to retrieve chemical weapons from President Bashar al-Assad in war torn Syria.
The civil war in Syria started to escalate when al-Assad’s regime killed thousands of people, hundreds of which were children, with...Read more →
By THOMAS DAVIS
With the economy rising and dropping constantly, people are finding it difficult to keep their bills paid and health intact. Doctor visits alone can burn a whole in your pocket. Medicare is an outpatient and hospital medical plan for people who are older than 65. These people are mostly eligible if they...Read more →
By VANESSA CAMARGO
President Barack Obama called for more job creation and an increase in minimum wage to $9 an hour, in his State of the Union address on Jan. 29.
Obama announced the launch of manufacturing houses to accelerate job creation. He proposed a Fix-It-First program that would put people to work on about 70,000 structurally deficient bridges across America. He also stressed that no...Read more →
By ANTHONY SMITH
WATCH: Replay of Entire Debate
The first of three Presidential debates, between Democratic President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney tackled jobs, defense cuts, taxes, healthcare, and the nation’s debt. And viewers had mixed reaction about the candidates’ answers and demeanor.
The Oct.3 debate took place at the University of Denver in Denver,...Read more →
By VIRGINIA DIBIANCA, CHRISTOPHER EMCH, KRISTEN GARAFANO, KAYLEE LAZZARO
As the 2012 presidential election nears, President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign has regained momentum. The Obama campaign outraised the Romney campaign in the month of August for the first time in three months.
According to Obama’s official re-election campaign website, the Obama campaign raised $114 million in August, while the...Read more →
By ASHLEY INTVELD
The Republican presidential candidate stood in front of thousands of supporters to criticize his opponent’s environmental record.
“President Obama promised to begin to slow the rise of the oceans and heal the planet.” Mitt Romney paused to let the laughter resonate. He raised his brow, looked left, then right, and smirked as the...Read more →