S. State Department condemns the attacks on the Chinese Consulate

U.S. State Department condemns the attacks on the Chinese Consulate and Orakzai

WASHINGTON D.C.-The terrorist attack on the Chinese Consulate on Friday 23rd November 2018 morning in Karachi, left two police men martyred in battling with the terrorists to stop them from entering the Chinese consulate premises. Same day, a deadly attack in a public bazaar in Orakzai, killed many people and left several injured. The United […]

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President Trump on Thanksgiving day pardons both Peas and Carrots, Calls for Unity among Americans

WASHINGTON D.C: President Donald Trump has pardoned Peas, a 39-pound turkey that traveled all the way from South Dakota to be dubbed the 2018 National Thanksgiving Turkey. Reporters, White House officials, and families gathered Tuesday in the White House Rose Garden to witness one of America’s most unusual traditions. Americans this week were given the opportunity […]

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Donna Shalala

Donna Shalala lifts the Florida’s 27th Congressional District 2018 Midterms Election Cup

MIAMI:The heated, historic 2018 Midterm Elections brought another race between Donna Shalala and Maria Salazar to its final countdown. The two dynamic women, Ms Donna Shalala and Ms Maria Salazar, hailing from the 27th Congressional District in Florida battled to gain a congressional seat. The beauty of this congressional district is not its strategic location […]

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Angel on a Skateboard, With a Flag for Felons’ Voting Rights

MIAMI: Florida voters’ rejoiced amidst the midterm elections melodrama when the Florida ballot of Amendment #4 secured victory on 6th November 2018. It restored voting rights’ to 1.4 million released felons, including at least 180,000 Hispanics – potentially altering the political balance in the nation’s largest swing state. Angel Sanchez who was convicted in past […]

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Florida Midterm Races

Florida Midterm Races Stuck On a “Recount Pendulum”

FLORIDA:    The Sunshine State has been hit by an “adrenaline-run call for recount” amongst the fight for a final countdown in Florida. The 2018 midterm elections have once again been hit by déjà vu of retrospective, controversial recount fight between former President George W. Bush and Democrat Al Gore in the 2000 Presidential race. The Supreme Court […]

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Presidential Message on National Veterans Small Business Week

Presidential Message on National Veterans Small Business Week

Washington: During National Veterans Small Business Week, our Nation recognizes the dedicated men and women who have selflessly served our country in uniform and who now apply their knowledge and skills as small business owners. During their military service, these veterans defended the Nation at home and abroad, protecting our freedoms and very way of […]

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O’Rourke Pop Cache challenges Cruz’s Crusade in Texas Senate Race

TEXAS: With the U.S. Midterm elections to culminate on 6th November 2018, many enthusiastic voters have opted for early voting and have already exercised their mandate. In an essentially red state, the 2018 U.S. midterms exhibits, an atmosphere, not less than the melodrama of the movie “Showdown in Little Tokyo” – except for the fact, in […]

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Trump Administration Takes Steps for FDA Reforms and Reduced Drug Prices

WASHINGTON D.C.: The Council of Economic Advisers (CEA) released a report outlining how the Trump Administration’s policies at the Department of Health and Human Services and the Food and Drug Administration have helped decrease the prices of prescription drugs for American patients. Many Americans face excessively high prices for pharmaceutical drugs, making them either unaffordable or […]

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Press VS Politicians Annual Spelling Bee Competition

WASHINGTON D.C.: The Press vs Politicians Spelling Bee was first held in 1913, when members of the House and Senate spelled their way to triumph over the press. President Woodrow Wilson was in the audience for the inaugural event, which was revived in 2013 for its 100-year anniversary. Politicians were last victorious in 2015 with Rep. […]

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White House issues a proclamation ahead of the Labour Day

Washington D.C. To quote the proclamation by the President of the United States on Labour Day: Today, as we celebrate the American worker: the bulwark of our national prosperity and the cornerstone of our national greatness. Since taking office, my Administration has sought to restore the obligation of loyalty and allegiance that this Nation’s Government […]

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