State of the Union Address Deeply Rooted in USA History

When President Obama addresses leaders of the U.S. federal government on January 25 he will be fulfilling a constitutional obligation and following a long-standing tradition of American presidents. The U.S. Constitution requires that the president report to Congress
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Domodedovo Blast Video was Published on Youtube

А result of terroristic act in Moscow airport 35 people died, 100 injured are in hospitals, 46 of them are in serious condition. 80 people got outpatient (more...)

Clinton About Terrorist Attack at Moscow Airport

I join President Obama in strongly condemning today’s terrorist attack at Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport. We stand with the people of Russia in this moment of sorrow and we offer our deepest sympathy to the families and loved ones of those injured and killed. The United States condemns terrorism and (more...)

Facts About Deadly Explosion In Domodedovo Airport

At 4:40 p.m. an explosion has occurred at Domodedovo Airport in Moscow, Russia's Investigative Committee said. Domodedovo is located about 14 miles southeast of Moscow, and the airport's website says it's the largest and busiest of the airports in the capital. The explosion occurred at the baggage claim area at the (more...)

Suicide Bomber in Russian Airport

At 8:40 a.m. (Eastern Time) Suicide bomber killed 35, and injured 150 people in Russian Airport (more...)

Members From Mafia Families Arrested In the U.S.

More than 120 members from seven different Mafia families have arrested the U.S. authorities. The takedown was the result of multiple investigations. Federal probes aided by mob turncoats have decimated the families' ranks in recent years and have resulted in lengthy prison terms for several leaders. Attorney General Eric HolderEric Holder said (more...)

U.S. Mission to OSCE on Khodorkovsky and Lebedev Verdicts

In a December 27 statement, Secretary Clinton said that the guilty verdicts in the second trial of Mikhail Khodorkovsky and Platon Lebedev on charges of embezzlement and money laundering raise serious questions about selective prosecution and about the rule of law being overshadowed by political considerations. No (more...)

Potentially Deadly Highway Hazard

Calling ice on vehicles a “potentially deadly highway hazard,” state Sen. Lisa Boscola (D-Northampton/Lehigh/Monroe) today reintroduced legislation that would require motorists to clear snow and ice off their cars and trucks before driving.

“Leaving snow and ice on your vehicle can be


Why Do Many Americans Speak Only English?

U.S. Geography and the Need to Learn a Foreign Language The United States is spread out over a huge land mass, and for most of its citizens there is no need to speak a language in addition to English in order to communicate with people who live (more...)

Amb. Kelly on Referendum to Cancel Election in Kazakhstan

The United States wishes to voice its grave concern about the ongoing efforts in Kazakhstan to cancel presidential elections and to replace them with a referendum that would allow the president to remain in office until 2020. We recall the situation in 1995 when presidential elections (more...)

Prisoner Bitten On Privates By Rat

A New York man Peter Solomon claims a rat bit his genitals while he was being held in a New York prison is to be allowed to sue the authorities. The Vietnam vet says the rat emerged from a hole in his mattress and bit him in February 2007 (more...)

Mass Deaths in Wildlife

Lately some very strange events have been happening in the wildlife: numerous animal, bird and fish deaths are recorded all over the world for an unknown reason. Here is just a short list of countries where these suspicious events took place: Brazil: 100 tonnes of dead fish were washed ashore near (more...)

Saakashvili Held Meetings in US Congress

Speaker of the House John Boehner released a special statement after the meeting with Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili in Washington on January 12. Saakashvili became the first foreign leader to meet with Boehner. He thanked Georgian leader for a productive discussion: "The Georgian people understand all too well that the rights of (more...)

A US Congresswoman Has Been Shot

Democratic Representative Gabrielle Giffords, 40, was shot at close range during a public meeting in Tucson, Arizona. The doctor treating her said he was "very optimistic about her recovery". The dead included a nine-year-old girl and a federal judge. A suspect named by US media as Arizona resident Jared Loughner, 22, was (more...)

2010 Census Data Show Population Shift to South

The first results from the 2010 U.S. census reflect a modest overall population growth over the past 10 years, with continued population shifts toward Southern and Western states. These data will be used to determine how the 435 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives are (more...)