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U.S. and China come to I.T. agreement PLUS the U.S. asks the IMF to cancel their debt on Ebola-stricken countries

U.S. and China come to I.T. agreement PLUS the U.S. asks the IMF to cancel their debt on Ebola-stricken countries China and the United States achieved a breakthrough in the negotiations on the elimination of tariffs on the products of information technology, which could pave the way for the first major agreement to cut tariffs

Obama meets with Congressional leaders after the Republican Victory

Obama meets with Congressional leaders after the Republican Victory President Barack Obama met on Friday with congressional leaders at a luncheon in which much of the time was spent immigration reform, a pending political battle that may be charged with new energy Republican victory in parliamentary elections. During the two-hour lunch at a small private

Despite differences, Obama and Xi celebrate a warm and intense meeting

The United States and China on Wednesday announced a joint plan unprecedented to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases by 2030, the most important point of a series of intensive bilateral talks between President Barack Obama and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping. US and China have strong economic and trade ties, but have disagreed on a

Republicans Push For Legislation To Block Pres. Obama’s Executive Order on Immigration

Republicans Push For Legislation To Block Pres. Obama’s Executive Order on Immigration Over a half a dozen Republican senators, including Ted Cruz in Texas, wrote last Wednesday to Senator Harry Reid, Democrat of Nevada and the majority leader in the Senate, urging him to quickly pass legislation that would prevent Obama’s executive order. They also

Many Are Calling for Action on President Obama’s Executive Order

Many Are Calling for Action on President Obama’s Executive Order Archbishop Thomas Wenski of Miami joined the immigrant advocates calling on President Barack Obama to take action on immigration. Last spring, Obama promised an executive order on immigration to the stalemate in Congress. He turned away from a self-imposed deadline for the crisis of unaccompanied

Criticism on Obama for Net-Neutralit views

If you liked Obamacare, you’ll love “Obamanet” would seem to be the message the president sent from China this week. Referring to the discussion underway surrounding “Net Neutrality”, Obama’s statement sought to relieve the market place of one more burdensome task. His written statement said in part, “We cannot allow Internet service providers (ISPs) to

George Bush supports his brother Jeb seek US presidency in 2016

George Bush supports his brother Jeb seek US presidency in 2016 Former United States President George W. Bush is enthusiastic about his brother Jeb is the Republican candidate in the elections against former First Lady Hillary Clinton, who appears as the Democratic candidate for 2016.In an interview with Reuters as part of the presentation of