Google and Facebook
are calling for the government to reveal more about how they operate secret
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously Thursday that isolated human
genes are not patentable, but synthetic DNA is.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry is taking his job-
hunting show to the Big Apple.
Pena Nieto accepts that the people demand to reduce violence, specifically related to murder, kidnapping and extortion.
The U.S. Supreme Court is set to issue two
rulings that could reshape the definition of
marriage in the U.S. as it rules on the constitutionality of
a ban on gay marriage in California.
U.S. Sen. Bob Corker, top Republican on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, talked tough about Syria but expressed a willingness to work with President Obama on foreign and fiscal policy.
House Speaker John Boehner has thrown his weight into a
farm bill headed to the House floor, a boost for the five-year,
$500 billion legislation that stalled in the House last year.
Google disclosed Wednesday that it uses secure FTP servers and occasional in-person delivery when it complies with National Security Agency requests for user information.
Edward Snowden, who leaked NSA secrets to the American media, on Wednesday defended his actions in revealing a
secret data-gathering program.
Edward Snowden, who says he leaked National Security Agency
secrets, told Hong Kong media Wednesday that he intends to remain in the
self-ruled Chinese territory and fight extradition to the U.S.
Arizona GOP Congressman Trent Franks, who is sponsoring a bill to limit abortions to
the first 20 weeks, said rape rarely results in pregnancy.
Vice President Joe Biden took a poke at the GOP during a fundraiser for Ed Markey, saying freshmen Rand Paul and Ted Cruz have cowed the party.
U.S. Rep. Edward Markey tried again to tie Republican Gabriel
Gomez to the national GOP in a Springfield debate.
GOP Senate candidate Gabriel Gomez posted an
online "open letter" to President Obama last night that calls on the president to demonstrate his bipartisanship by
meeting him in Chelsea.
Gov. Jerry Brown and the leaders of the state Senate and
Assembly on Tuesday praised their budget deal as a restrained spending plan that
spends more on education while building toward restoring social services cut
during the recession.