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(Undated) -- While one elected leader is slamming President Obama's move to restore relations with Cuba, some South Carolinians are applauding it. It's a move toward easing long-standing travel and trade restrictions between the U.S. and the island nation. Senator Lindsey Graham...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama say can they personally identify with racial bias in everyday life. The Obamas told "People" magazine that before moving into the White House, they experienced being treated differently because of their race. The...
(Washington, DC) -- The White House says the FBI is leading an investigation into the cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment. U.S. investigators have determined that North Korea is behind the attack. Meanwhile, Sony has announced it's canceling the release of the...
(Washington, DC) -- Maryland lawmakers are expressing elation over the release of Baltimore native Alan Gross after five years of captivity in Cuba. Senator Ben Cardin noted that Gross is Jewish and that Hanukkah is a holiday which celebrates miracles. Senator Barbara Mikulski...
(Washington, DC) -- U.S. Senator Ted Cruz says President Obama's decision to start normalizing relations with Cuba is a "tragic mistake." Speaking on Fox News, the Texas Republican said the President has followed the same pattern of appeasement with Russia and Iran which puts...
(Phoenix, AZ) -- Republicans are picking up another seat in the House as Republican Martha McSally is finally named the winner of Arizona's second Congressional district race. Judge Katherine Cooper formally declared the winner Wednesday after several weeks of counting votes...
(Undated) -- People who want to move into the White House when President Obama moves out are weighing in on Obama's shift in U.S. policy toward Cuba. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton issued a statement in support of the change. Clinton is considered the frontrunner for...
(Washington, DC) -- House Speaker John Boehner is knocking President Obama's landmark policy change with Cuba as another in a series of "mindless concessions" to dictators. The Ohio Republican issued his rebuke of the policy after Wednesday's announcement that the U.S. is...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama says it's fitting that the release of Alan Gross in Cuba comes during Hanukkah. The President made the remarks at a White House reception yesterday marking the Jewish holiday that celebrates religious freedom. Gross is an American contractor...