Obama Will Hit on Economic Inequality During Speech in Washington, Official Says
A White House official has confirmed President Barack Obama will talk about the "fundamental threat to the American dream" economic inequality during a speech Wednesday in the nation's capital.
Did Obamacare s tech problemsdoom immigration reform?
David Plouffe, a former top Obama adviser still close to the White House, sees a future in which fixing the technical problems of Obamacare will give President Obama the energy and clout he needs to finally accomplish his most important second-term priority: immigration reform.
So Will Obama Bring Up Success Of HealthCare.Gov In State Of The Union?
The 2014 State Of The Union is likely to have excellent ratings being over 100 million Americans will be wondering or making bets on whether Obama will bring up any aspect of his health-care plan.
Nanaimo Daily News
US senator: Afghan President Karzai making mistake by refusing to sign US troop agreement
The head of the Senate Intelligence Committee has strong words about Afghanistan's president for refusing to sign an agreement governing the future of the American troop presence in his country.
Daily Press & Argus
Rogers sour on plan for Iran
President Barack Obama's deal to halt nuclear weapon development in Iran 'rewarded very bad and dangerous behavior,' U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Howell, said on CNN's 'State of the Union' on Sunday.
Kerry: 'From This Day, Israel Is Safer'
Secretary of State John Kerry on CNN's "State of the Union." "Israel is threatened by what is going on in Iran, but I believe that from this day, Israel is safer," "We're are going to expand the amount of time in which they can break out, rather than narrow it,We're going to have insights to their program that we didn't have before.
House lawmakers show bipartisan skepticism of Iran deal
The top Democrat and the top Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee were both skeptical Sunday of the interim deal reached to slow Iran's nuclear program in exchange for a loosening of sanctions against the country.
MakerBot Academy aims to bring 'industrial revolution' to classrooms
The President calling for a revolution during a State of the Union should be enough to make anyone's ears perk up.
Santa Barbara Independent
UCSB Labor Historian Publishes Books on Labor and Politics in Americ
For more than 30 years, UC Santa Barbara historian Nelson Lichtenstein has focused his scholarship on labor, politics and social thought.