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Clinton Charities conducting Review of Tax Returns amid Scrutiny

The Clinton family's namesake foundation and signature health initiative have started reviewing several years of tax returns after questions were raised over charities’ reporting that foreign governments provided tens of millions of dollars in grants, said foundation officials on Friday.

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Sen. Robert Menendez Indicted on Corruption Charges

The route of Latinos' political influence can't be seen without including Sen. Bob Menendez, who is facing federal charges, after a corruption investigation.

The Department of Justice's, on Wednesday, announced that a grand jury has indicted Menendez on the charges that he has misused his... read more

President Obama intends to give people more control over their data

On Monday, President Obama shared at the Federal Trade Commission that the administration has designed four proposals to address growing concerns among Americans that they no more have control over their personal information.

Among the new set of four broad digital-age consumer... read more

Governor Mike Beebe Pardons his Son for Marijuana Conviction

Arkansas Governor Mike Beebe on Wednesday told a local television that he will pardon his son, Kyle, and will give him a second chance after a 2003 marijuana felony conviction.

Mike Beebe told KATV that he would have taken this decision long time back if he would have asked. But he said... read more

GOP Accuses Mary Burke for playing Chris Brown song

Republicans are accusing Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke of playing a song by pop Chris Brown before a rally in Milwaukee.

Bruke appeared on Monday at Milwaukee Wisconsin Center with the first lady Michelle Obama.Supporters were waiting for the gubernatorial hopeful and... read more

Attorney General Greg Abbott Says He does not Want to Vetoa Repeal

Republican Attorney General Greg Abbot said that he is in favor of repealing a law that makes it possible for immigrants to get in-state tuition after entering the country illegally. He does not want to veto a repeal of the law as he long believed the law was erroneous.

The law was... read more

California allows family members to seek seizure of firearms

California Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday signed a bill into law that allows people to ask a court to seize firearms from member/s of their families who they believe pose a risk to themselves or the public.

Under the new law, law enforcement officials, family members and some others can seek... read more

David Hadley: a strong Republican candidate for state Assembly

David Hadley, who is running for the California State Assembly in the 66th District, is one of the few Republicans who are not waiting for others to make things happen to make the Golden State a better place to live in.

In the primary, where candidates from all parties have to run to grab... read more

Over 140 World Leaders to discuss Global Issues at United Nations General Assembly

Over 140 world leaders would participate in 69th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) Meeting in New York. The major issues expected to lead the discussions are the threat of violent fundamentalism, civil strife in Ukraine and the new epidemic- the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) in... read more

Rand Paul attempts to expand GOP’s political base in California

Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, the potential Republican presidential candidate, urged California Republicans to attract new voters by pushing for expanded voting rights.

Addressing nearly 400 delegates at the state party convention late last week, Pail urged to make the Republican Party for... read more

Bill Clinton’s daughter quits her $600,000 NBC job

Former President Bill Clinton's daughter Chelsea Clinton has announced that she will soon quit the job as a reporter at NBC News as she is expecting the delivery of her first child very soon. Chelsea announced that she was pregnant with her investment banker husband Marc Mezvinsky in April.... read more

New York to give Illegal Immigrants Free access to City’s Attractions

Bill de Blasio, mayor of New York City, has started a new program that will offer illegal immigrants access to city's museum, zoo and other attractions and that too free of cost. Mayor has planned the program to cajole illegal immigrants into signing up for new municipal ID cards, which would... read more

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