President Obama signed a bill barring Nazi war criminals from collecting retirement benefits after a source revealed former Third Reich soldiers were doing so. Read more
President Obama signed a federal spending bill Tuesday that will fund the government through 2015 and law enforcement agencies will largely benefit. Read more
Gun control groups rejoiced Monday after the U.S. Senate confirmed President Obama’s nomination for surgeon general, Dr. Vivek Murthy, by a vote of 51-43. Read more
Following a White House review of the 1033 Program, President Obama on Monday announced findings and promised changes while seeking money for up to 50,000 police body cameras. Read more
President Obama took the podium Monday morning to announce Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel’s resignation. Hagel will stay on until the Senate confirms his replacement, a cabinet position the president has filled four times in the six years of his presidency. Read more
With a new and aggressive push by gun control advocates to place ballot referendums in front of voters, some in the Sunshine State are exploring their options. Read more
Those involved in the investigation believe the face to be fake in a donut shop robbery in New Hampshire but the gun to be real. Read more
Today, on the anniversary of the Washington Navy Yard shooting, President Obama addressed the issue of gun violence by asking the public to embrace common-sense reforms to prevent such tragedies from happening.
President Obama awarded the Medal of Honor to the two recipients, Army Command Sgt. Maj. Bennie G. Adkins and to Army Spc. Donald P. Sloat.
The Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel released a statement today on behalf of the Defense Department to help raise awareness about Suicide Prevention Month, and the ongoing effort in combatting suicide within the military.