Three weeks before the registration deadline for the new insurance plans in the United States, on March 31, President Barack Obama called for the Latino community to register and avoid the fines contemplated if they do not register in time.
A few days after legislators in the District of Columbia voted in favor of decriminalizing the possession of small amounts of marijuana, the House of Representatives of Florida approved on Wednesday the use of cannabis with medicinal purposes in the state.
Republicans, looking for ways to turn November's congressional elections into a referendum on President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law, are trying to portray Obamacare as a danger to Medicare.
California Democrats wrapped up their annual convention on Sunday with an appeal to their progressive base even as leaders vowed to stay on a centrist path that has won wide popularity for Governor Jerry Brown and firm control over the state legislature.
Over cocktails and chocolate-covered strawberries, a group of west Michigan Republicans gathered at a Tudor-style home in Grand Rapids and vented frustrations with Congressman Justin Amash and his Tea Party tactics that they blame for Washington's gridlock.
President Barack Obama began a new week of diplomatic consultations on the Ukraine crisis with a phone call to Chinese President Xi Jinping that focused on a peaceful solution to Russia's military intervention.
The government of Colorado launched a television campaign in an effort to prevent accidents caused by driving under the influence of marijuana, after the state legalized its consumption.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday overwhelmingly approved a bill backing $1 billion in loan guarantees for Ukraine, the first formal response by U.S. lawmakers to the worst crisis in U.S.-Russia relations since the Cold War.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel warned on Thursday that "tough, tough choices are coming" if the Pentagon implements deep future spending cuts required by law, including whether to slash the Army to 420,000 soldiers and decommission an aircraft carrier.
On Tuesday, legislators of the District of Columbia in Washington voted in favor of the decriminalization of the possession of small amounts of marijuana in the state, in what many consider to be a new victory on the road to the legalization of consumption of this drug.
The Mayor of New York City and the Governor of the state of New York clashed once more on Tuesday, March 4 in Albany when thousands of people took to the streets, some to support Governor Cuomo, who in last January presented a $1.5 billion dollar budget for Pre-K, a school program to support children younger than 6 years of age, while other supported Mayor de Blasio, who disagrees with the measure.
President Barack Obama gently chided Democratic donors on Wednesday for paying too much attention to the next presidential race in 2016 and not enough attention to the upcoming midterm elections in 2014.
Democrats need to wake up and understand the stakes involved in holding on to control of the U.S. Senate in the November congressional elections, President Barack Obama told Democratic Party donors at a fundraiser on Tuesday.
The Mayor of the city of Los Angeles, Eric Michael Garcetti, said that the United States are ready to vote for a President of Latino origins, referring to Barack Obama's arrival at the White House, as the first African American President, as clear proof that the challenges have been overcome.
The budget plan for 2015 presented by the President of the United States, Barack Obama, on Tuesday, March 4, proposes expanding fiscal credit for low income workers during the next ten years, according to local reports.