Customs forms for travelers arriving to the US will not be filled

Travellers arriving at the crowded US airports shall not fill onerous customs forms from late 2016, announced on Friday the US government, which aims to reduce the waiting lines. By presenting these measures to “improve arrival procedures at all airports” of the...

Arrested a new intruder who tried to enter the White House

Security Forces of the American White House reported that a 23 year old young man, identified as Dominic Adesanya, jumped over the fence that surrounds the home of President Barack Obama without entering the building. The man climbed the fence near 19:15 local time and was...

Delivery of military equipment to American police will be reviewed

President Barack Obama has ordered a review of programs that allow local and state police forces obtain the Defense Department military equipment that is left over. The review was ordered after two weeks of protests that began over the death of young black man Michael Brown...

Hillary Clinton says she is “proud” of having worked with Obama

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and likely candidate for President of the United States, said that despite the “differences,” she was “proud” of having served the country under the presidency of Barack Obama. “We have differences as well...

North Korea threatens the U.S. with nuclear strike on the White House

North Korea threatened to launch a nuclear attack on the White House and the Pentagon in response to recent U.S. military exercises in the Peninsula that included the transfer of a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier. “Our troops will fire our nuclear-armed rockets at the...

Michelle Obama celebrates birthday with family, friends and celebrities

This Saturday, the first lady of the United States, Michelle Obama celebrated her 50th birthday in a big party at the White House, where celebrities such as Beyonce and singer-songwriter John Legend were invited. “Amazing. A fabulous party,” said the political...
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Obama could veto new sanctions against Iran

Barack Obama, the famous U.S. president could veto new sanctions against Iran if the Congress approves. The announcement was made after a group of legislators from the White House introduced a text about it. Around 26 senators, both Democrats and Republicans, presented a bill to...
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The White House will not negotiate with Edward Snowden

On Monday, the White House refused to negotiate an amnesty with the former CIA analysy, Edward Snowden, in exchange for the stolen documents and instead they demanded he returns to the U.S. where he faces charges for revealing surveillance programs of the National Security Agency...