What is in store for Obama after the White House? In one year, Barack Obama will leave 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Former presidents rarely remain in Washington after living and working in the US capital’s oldest public building. Jimmy Carter headed home to Georgia, and Ronald Reagan went back to California. AFP

 

  • What is in store for Obama after the White House?

    In one year, Barack Obama will leave 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Former presidents rarely remain in Washington after living and working in the US capital’s oldest public building. Jimmy Carter headed home to Georgia, and Ronald Reagan went back to California.

    AFP
  • Oil plumbs new lows below $27 as oversupply woes persist

    By Devika Krishna Kumar NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. oil prices crashed below $27 dollars a barrel on Wednesday for the first time since 2003, caught in a broad slump across world financial markets with traders also worried that the crude supply glut could last longer. Oil has fallen more than 25…

    Reuters
  • The Missing Data on Gun Violence

    The recurrent, violent phenomenon of mass shootings, including recent attacks in California and Oregon, has fueled Americans’ anxieties and reinvigorated a tense national debate over gun control. The presidential race has certainly put a spotlight on gun laws. On the Democratic side, Hillary…

    The Atlantic
  • IG: Some emails on Clinton’s server were beyond top secret

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Some of the classified emails found on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s home server were even more sensitive than top secret, according to an inspector general for the intelligence community.

    Associated Press

 

 


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