Earlier this week we learned the horrific news that death benefits for families of military members killed overseas were frozen and would not be delivered to the families of five service members killed last weekend.
Blink? President Obama will meet with House Republicans at the White House Thursday in an attempt to end the government shutdown and come to some kind of agreement on the looming debt ceiling.
The House of Representatives voted unanimously this afternoon to restore military death benefits to family members of fallen soldiers.
The week long and continuing partial government shutdown has given the Obama administration a lot of cover when it comes to distracting away from White House scandals.
DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz was on MSNBC today in an attempt to answer questions about why the Obamacare implementation hasn't gone as planned.
As the debt ceiling debate rages in Washington with no deal in sight, a new ?Rasmussen Report shows a majority of Americans believe the United States will likely default on its debt.
Yesterday during remarks to reporters, President Obama said no party has a monopoly on good ideas and demanded the House of Representatives reopen the government.
Families of military members killed overseas will not be receiving death benefits and will not be flown to Dover Air Force Base to receive the dead as long as the government continues to be shutdown.
Speaking to reporters Tuesday at the White House, President Obama revealed he called House Speaker John Boehner and said he is willing to negotiate as soon as Republicans end the government shutdown and raise the debt ceiling.
We are just days away from the United States reaching its debt ceiling on October 17 and the Democratic controlled Senate is moving forward with legislation to lift the ceiling with no compromises.
Early Monday morning, it was revealed supervisors within the Department of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms have censored whistleblower John Dodson by refusing to approve an outside work application to publish a book about Operation Fast and Furious.
In a memo to Department of Justice employees dated September 31, just hours before the government shutdown occurred, Attorney General Eric Holder reassured workers the Obama administration is willing to work with Congress to find a solution.
In a letter sent to federal employees on October 1, President Obama told federal employees he will continue to work with Congress in order to get them back to work, thanked them for their service and blamed House Republicans for the government shutdown.
The Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms is being sued by the American Civil Liberties Union for censoring ATF Special Agent and Operation Fast and Furious whistleblower John Dodson.
Yesterday the AMBER alert system website, which spreads information about missing and kidnapped children, was taken down.
One week ago at midnight, the federal government 'shutdown.'
While Obama claims victory for ending the war in Afghanistan, he fails to acknowledge the toll his presidency has taken on the lives of U.S. troops.
Late Monday night, U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson denied a Department of Justice request to ?dismiss a lawsuit filed by the House Oversight Committee last summer over Operation Fast and Furious documents.
Friday the Senate will vote on final cloture for a House bill that funds everything in the government except for Obamacare
The White House is desperately trying to sell Obamacare and they're doing it by tweeting advice. The problem? They want you to take advice from rodents.
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