Artículos de la Categoría " Gobierno "

  • Kerry becomes all-around adviser to Obama

    WASHINGTON – He’s not president, a Cabinet member or ambassador, but Sen. John Kerry has ascended to the unofficial role of President Barack Obama’s global adviser on key issues that could reshape the nation’s image around the world.

    Mediating Afghanistan’s …


  • Democrats urge GOP to back Sotomayor

    Senate Democratic leaders implored Republicans Wednesday to join them in voting to confirm Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor next week, warning the GOP would face painful political consequences for opposing the judge in line to become the first Hispanic justice.…


  • Comité votará el 28 de julio por sotomayor

    La comisión judicial del Senado de Estados Unidos acordó este martes que se pronunciará el 28 de julio sobre la candidatura de la jueza Sonia Sotomayor, nominada por el presidente Barack Obama a integrar la Corte Suprema.

    Luego, el Senado …


  • Implican a Palin en violaciones éticas!

    Alaska, Estados Unidos.- Un investigador independiente encontró evidencias de que la Gobernadora de Alaska, Sarah Palin, pudo haber violado leyes sobre ética al aceptar donaciones privadas para pagar sus deudas jurídicas.

    La ex candidata a la vicepresidencia, quien se prepara …


  • Republicans keep heat on Sotomayor

    WASHINGTON – Republicans kept pressure on Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor on Wednesday, hoping to use her confirmation hearing in Congress to paint her as judicial activist who will help President Barack Obama stamp the court with his liberal agenda.…



  • New financial rules: Major changes for big, small

    WASHINGTON – From simple home loans to Wall Street’s most exotic schemes, the government would impose and enforce sweeping new “rules of the road” for the nation’s battered financial system under an overhaul proposed Wednesday by President Barack Obama.

    Aimed …


  • In Cairo, Obama must thank moderate Muslims

    If President Obama really wants to touch the world’s 1 billion Muslims in his June 4 speech in Egypt, he doesn’t need to spell out a new US policy or recite American expectations of liberties for Islamic nations.

    He doesn’t …


  • No filibuster, but Sotomayor battle still looms

    WASHINGTON – Republicans won’t try to filibuster Sonia Sotomayor’s Supreme Court nomination, a key GOP senator conceded Wednesday, all but admitting there’s little chance of blocking her confirmation as the first Hispanic justice. But senators and advocacy groups are still …


  • Busca Obama bloquear fotos de abusos

    Washington DC, Estados Unidos.- El Presidente estadounidense, Barack Obama, se opone a publicar cientos de fotos de torturas supuestamente aplicadas en prisiones de Iraq o Afganistán durante el mandato de George W. Bush, pese a una orden judicial en ese …


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