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NSA to end controversial Sept. 11 surveillance program by Sunday

Washington - The U.S. National Security Agency is ending a controversial daily surveillance program that gobbled up millions of Americans' phone records and replacing it with tighter surveillance methods by Sunday, the Obama Administration said Friday.

Anti-gay law prompts Angie's List to halt $40 million expansion

Indianapolis - Citing a controversial law recently signed into legislation, Angie's List announced on Saturday that it has suspended the planned expansion of its Indianapolis headquarters.

Op-Ed: Is thermal imaging the most multi-purpose technology available? Special

There’s no doubt that thermal imaging has helped revolutionised the way we see things in the 21st Century from the mundane to the extraordinary, it has undoubtedly changed our lives and will continue to do so in the future.

U.S. President Barack Obama extolls 'working' Obamacare

At a news conference in the White House on Thursday, U.S. President Barack Obama detailed some successes of what the nation calls Obamacare. The health care program had a disastrous rollout in October but Obama said it's working now.

New Windows 8 App obscures The White House

Windows 8 and Tom Tom GPS traffic cam app doing their part for national security. The new traffic cam app makes it impossible for prying eyes to get too close to the White House.

White House pulls April Fools' Day prank

On Monday, the White House decided to have a little bit of fun and enlist the help of a 'kid president' to pull off an April Fools' Day prank.

White House responds to Mitt Romney's 'gifts' remark

Mitt Romney continues to take political fire for his "gifts" explanation when talking about his loss to US President Obama. The White House has given its response.

Is the U.S. Economy getting better? Mitt Romney says it is

A great deal of criticism has been generated by the Republican Party about recent Democrat remarks that said Americans were better off today than when Barack Obama took office. But it turns out that Mitt Romney said something similar earlier this year.

Iranian news sources claim Obama recognizes Iran's nuclear rights

Tehran - Iranian officials have stated that President Barack Obama sent a message to Tehran through the Swiss Ambassador, saying he recognized Iran's nuclear rights. The message also said Obama did not want to impose sanctions on Iran's central bank.

Michelle Obama joins Twitter

Washington - Michelle Obama has officially joined Twitter today using the handle @MichelleObama. The First Lady and her staff announced they will be using the account as another tool in the re-election campaign for President Barack Obama.

U.S. to adopt new counter-terrorism approach next spring

Starting in spring, the U.S. government will adopt a new counter-terrorism approach focused on strengthening the capacities of local law enforcement and community groups to check homegrown terrorism.

Petraeus and Panetta to get new roles in Obama administration

Washington - A major shakeup in the Obama administration is set to occur this week, with CIA director Leon Panetta becoming defense secretary and Gen. David Petraeus, top commander in Afghanistan, taking over as director of the CIA.

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Protesters demonstrate in front of the White House in Washington, DC, on May 9, 2014, urging US President Barack Obama to impose sanctions on those responsible for human rights abuses against anti-government protesters in Venezuela
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