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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - White House
A northeastern Pennsylvania man has pleaded guilty to posting an online threat to kill the president.
The president of the St. Louis Board of Aldermen is trying to keep about 800 Veterans Administration jobs downtown.
Attorney General Eric Holder on Monday called the increase in heroin-related deaths an "urgent and growing public health crisis" and said first responders should carry with them a drug that can reverse the effects of an overdose.
President Barack Obama is honoring college athletes from across the country in a White House ceremony.
The Obama administration on Monday downplayed the notion that American natural gas exports could immediately lessen Russian leverage over Ukraine and Europe, but the idea is very much alive and gaining momentum on Capitol Hill.
Prosecutors said Jeffrey E. Thompson used two firms to disburse $608,750 in "excessive and unreported contributions to pay for campaign services in coordination with and in support of a federal political candidate for President of the United States and the federal and the candidate's authorized committee." That candidate was Mrs. Clinton.
Aretha Franklin has much R-E-S-P-E-C-T for President Barack Obama - regardless of his spelling skills.
A Fresno County woman will travel to the White House this month to accept a posthumous Medal of Honor for her father, an Army private who fought with bravery in World War II.
Accidental heroin and cocaine deaths rose sharply in Connecticut last year from the previous year, the medical examiner's office reported Monday, as Attorney General Eric Holder called an increase in heroin-related deaths nationwide a growing public health crisis.
Pitching himself as an ally to Silicon Valley, presidential hopeful Sen. Marco Rubio proposed giving cellphone companies more access to government-controlled airwaves as part of a package of pro-business initiatives he said would create "thousands upon thousands of high-paying jobs."
A hearing began Monday for a suburban Cincinnati teacher who was suspended after allegedly telling a black student with White House aspirations that the nation doesn't need another black president.
Last month, Bill O'Reilly confronted President Obama on the state of marriage in the black family. The president answered last Thursday in a touching speech on the plight of minority young men.
Alyssa Mastromonaco, the White House deputy chief of staff for operations, and a key decision-maker for who works in the administration's inner circle, is resigning, The Associated Press reported.
When Savannah Schwab was a young child in Fort Scott, she knew of her grandfather only as a mail carrier from Nebraska, not a World War II hero.
The weakness shown by President Obama on the world stage has opened the door for Russian aggression in Ukraine, Sen. Ted Cruz said Sunday.