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Alaska Mountaineering

Mount McKinley Renamed Denali: Facts, Trivia, History & Photos

President Obama renamed McKinley to Denali, a day before he traveled to the State of Alaska.
Kanye West Performs at the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games - Closing Ceremony

Kanye West Hot New 'SWISH' Album Release 2015: White House Removes Petition Forcing 'All Day' Rapper to Drop LP

Kanye West fans are desperately pleading for 21-time Grammy award-winning rapper's next musical masterpiece. So much so, they are demanding help from the leader of the free world, President Obama.
G7 Leaders Meet For Summit At Schloss Elmau

Pentagon reveals U.S. spent $9 million a day fighting ISIS, additional $9 million pledged to aid Iraq

A Pentagon budget report released Thursday showed the U.S. has spent $2.74 billion on fighting ISIS since last August.
Deportations

Immigration Reform 2014 News: Obama Ruling on Deportations Might Carry Political Risks

Last March, the President of the United States, Barack Obama, announced that he would revise the deportation policies of the county, and the announcement caused discomfort among the more conservative Republicans which oppose the approval of immigration reform, but, it might also serve as a precedent for Democrats to capitalize again on the Latino vote, facing the 2016 presidential elections.
Obama Talks Immigration Reform In Weekly Address Post-Fiscal Crisis

President Obama Talks Immigration Reform Post-Government Shutdown; Rubio Blames Bill's Stalling on Obama [Video]

With the debt ceiling crisis now averted, at least for the moment, President Obama took the opportunity to urge Congress to pass immigration reform into law.
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Immigration Reform 2013 News: Obama Uses Political Showdown in Congress to Push for Immigration Reform

The last few weeks of partisan politics and the 16-day government shutdown may surprisingly give leeway for immigration reform to reemerge as an issue in the national discourse.
Damascus

U.S. and Syria News Update: Obama Sells Congress on Military Strike

President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden met with the heads of congressional committees on Tuesday to press the case for a military strike on Syria following President Bashar al-Assad's chemical attacks on civilians inn the suburbs of Damascus on August 21st.
Machine Gun

Gun Control News 2013: President Obama's Executive Action Restricts Machine Guns

President Barack Obama announced two executive actions to reduce gun violence today, according to a press release from the White House this morning. Amongst these actions, Obama will notably restrict the re-entry of American firearms into the states after the government or other commercial entities have sold them overseas.
Evo Morales

Bolivian President's Plane Rerouted and Detained For Thirteen Hours

The official plane of Bolivian President Evo Morales, was rerouted to Austria on Tuesday after France and Portugal refused to let it cross their airspace because of suspicions that NSA leaker Edward Snowden was on board.
Ellen Ochoa

NASA News 2013: Ellen Ochoa Becomes First Hispanic Director Of Johnson Space Center

On Dec. 31, 2012, Ellen Ochoa became the first Hispanic and second female director of NASA's Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center
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Obama Budget to Offer Program Cuts, Seek Deficit Deal: Official

President Barack Obama will offer cuts to Social Security and other entitlement programs in a budget proposal aimed at swaying Republicans to compromise on a deficit-reduction deal, a senior administration official said on Friday.

Sequester News Update: What is Getting Cut and by How Much

The sequester deadline is today and unless President Obama and Republican leaders can strike a last minute deal the $85 billion of across the board cuts will go into effect. But what program budgets are actually getting snipped and by how much?

Bob Woodward vs. Obama Aide: Journalist Says White House Officials Threatened Him Over Sequester Column

Bob Woodward, the iconic Washington Post reporter best known for uncovering the Watergate scandal that forced President Nixon to resign, says White House officials were threatening him to not write an article about the impending sequester.

Sequester Deadline Nears, Obama Visits Virginia to Pressure GOP to Avoid $85 Billion in Cuts

With the sequester deadline only four days away, President Obama will be visiting Virginia on Tuesday to pressure Republicans to strike a compromise that would prevent the automatic $85 billion cut in federal spending that White House officials say will have severe consequences to everyday Americans.
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Ending Long Break, White House and Republicans Renew Budget Talks

After weeks without talks on the U.S. budget crisis, President Barack Obama called Republican leaders on Thursday to discuss the harsh "sequestration" cuts to government spending due to begin in just over a week.

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