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The Associated Press News Minute - here's the latest news for Monday, March 30th.2015: - Nuclear talks deadline; Tsarnaev prosecution expected to wrap up; Seven shot at Spring Break party; US-South Korea joint military drills. - AP.org
Washington - 05/17/2014: In this week's address, the President discusses actions to expand opportunity for more Americans, with or without the help of Republicans in Congress, including his Administration's efforts to cut red tape for major transportation infrastructure projects.
And in the coming days, the President will meet with business leaders to highlight the importance of bringing jobs back to America and will also discuss the economic benefits of making it easier for tourists to visit and spend money at attractions in the U.S., which in turn helps local businesses and grows the economy for everyone. -WhiteHouse.gov
Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH) Delivers Weekly GOP Address On The President's Budget
Washington - 02/07/2015: In the Weekly Republican Address, U.S. Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio says President Obama failed to make the tough choices in his federal budget blueprint for fiscal year 2016, proposing $1 trillion in higher spending and $8.5 trillion in new debt.
“Instead of proposing polices that could help grow the economy, President Obama’s budget grows the government,” Portman says. “And his budget never balances. Not in five years. Not in ten years. Not ever.” Senate Republicans will offer a significantly different budget proposal in the coming weeks that Portman says would cut waste, spend smarter and recognize that Americans are already paying enough in taxes. “It will be a blueprint—not only for how the government spends our money each year—but for a brighter future of better jobs, higher wages, and greater opportunity for everyone,” Portman says. - 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
How To Spice Up Your Love Life | The Lowdown with Diana Madison
03/29/2015 - The Lowdown's Diana Madison and her fabulous panel dish on how to keep the romance alive in your relationship and how to pick up a guy. Break out some pen and paper and take some notes! - hollyscoop.com
Karl Lagerfeld's 60 years of fashion
03/28/2015 - He is an icon of German fashion. Karl Lagerfeld features in a major retrospective exhibition in Bonn. - dw.de
2015 Oscars: The Best, Worst, and Weirdest Moments
02/23/2015 - After a long awards season, the 2015 Academy Awards finally arrived! While the night was filled with sure things and guarantees, there were still enough surprises and heart-felt speeches to make it a fun evening for everyone, and to remind us why the Oscars is the most prestigious awards show. - ETonline.com
Sevyn Streeter Talks Making Music With Chris Brown And Ariana Grande
03/06/2015 - The Lowdown's Diana Madison talks with the talented singer/songwriter Sevyn Streeter about her hit song "Don't Kill The Fun" featuring Chris Brown. She also dishes on the song she did for Ariana Grande. hollyscoop.com