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The Associated Press News Minute - here's the latest news for Saturday, Oct. 3rd.2015: - Officials say Oregon gunman killed himself; A Doctor's Without Borders clinic in Afghanistan was bombed; Hurricane Joaquin sends heavy rain to US; Thousands visit New Mexico for International Balloon Fiesta. - AP.org
Pres. Obama - This deal shows the real and meaningful change that American leadership and diplomacy can bring
Washington - 07/14/2015: Today, after two years of negotiations, the United States -- together with our international partners -- has achieved what decades of animosity has not:
A comprehensive, long-term deal that will verifiably prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.
This deal shows the real and meaningful change that American leadership and diplomacy can bring -- change that makes our country and the world safer and more secure.
We negotiated from a position of strength and principle -- and the result is a nuclear deal that cuts off every pathway to a nuclear weapon.
I want to make sure every American knows what this deal means and how it works. Take a look here.
Because of this deal, Iran will not be able to produce highly enriched uranium or weapons-grade plutonium, the raw materials necessary to build a bomb. Here's why... >>read more Video<<
Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY) delivers Weekly GOP Address on excessive federal regulations
Washington - 10/03/2015: In the Weekly Republican Address, Sen. John Barrasso of Wyoming says the Obama Administration is saddling the nation with thousands of costly and burdensome regulations that are driven more by ideology than practicality.
In the past six years, the administration has issued more than 2,500 new regulations that are expected to cost the American economy a staggering $680 billion. “You might ask, what do Americans get for all this time and money? One of EPA’s rules on power plants would cost as much as $2,400 for every $1 in direct benefits. This imbalance is a big reason why Americans’ wages have been stagnant since President Obama took office,” says Barrasso. - gop.gov
McCaskill: Campus Assault Survey Is Wake Up Call.
Washington - 07/09/2014 - About 40 percent of colleges and universities reported not having conducted a sexual assault investigation in the past five years. Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., whose office conducted the survey, said the findings are a wake up call to schools. - ap.org
Former War College Leader: No to Syria Strikes.
Washington - 09/10/2013 - Former Commandant of the U.S. Army War College, Retired Major General Robert Scales, warns during a House Homeland Security hearing that an American strike against Syria could endanger security at home and American interests abroad. - ap.org
09/21/2015 - A look at what stars like Sofia Vergara, January Jones, Jaimie Alexander, Regina King and more wore to the Emmy Awards. - ap.org
7 Most Memorable Celebrity Nip Slips
09/09/2015 - From the infamous Janet Jackson, the frequent Nicki Minaj, and the hilarious Rebel Wilson, we've put together the 7 best celebrity nip slips and wardrobe malfunctions! - Hollyscoop.com
Naked = The New Sexy? Female Celebs Bare All
08/05/2015 - Miley Cyrus, Khloe Kardashian, Gigi Hadid, can you say impossible standard? The parade of naked celebrities in magazines seems to never end! Aside from allowing magazines to dictate a standard of beauty, according to Gigi a model is never truly taken seriously until they've done a naked photoshoot. - Hollyscoop.com
ComicCon Entertainment Weekly Party SDCC 2015
07/13/2015 - Entertainment Weekly hosted its annual Comic-Con party at FLOAT at the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego in celebration of Comic-Con 2015. blacktree.tv