<b>The Washington Post has analysed the correspondence belonging to 160,000 American citizens passed to them by Edward Snowden. It turns out 90 percent of people who have been eavesdropped and spied on are not criminals, but common citizens.</b>
She was 29 years old. Emotionally unstable after her recent divorce and [Read more]
Speaker of the House John Boehner intends to sue President Obama. The reason: Obama governs too often with executive orders. But previous presidents did the same — and much more often.
The internal situation in the United States doesn’t present a very optimistic picture, mainly because of the economic problems that the country is experiencing, despite the Obama administration’s attempts to portray this aspect in the most favorable way possible.
In these moments, the U.S. debt — including that [Read more]
On June 4 in the United States, two fighter aircrafts, a Boeing F/A-18E Super Hornet belonging to the U.S. Marine Corps and an AV-8B Harrier belonging to the U.S. Navy, crashed one after the other. The Super Hornet was a part of the United States Forces Japan aircraft carrier the USS George Washington, and occasionally [Read more]
On June 6, Aaron Ybarra, a young 26-year-old student with mental health problems in his past, entered the building that houses the Department of Science and Engineering at the University of Seattle with a shotgun.* He shot the first four men that he found in front of him. One of them, a 19-year-old student, later died [Read more]
The United States committed the crime and now it tells us that the only solution is to have sectarian division in the country.
The Supreme Court has dealt Barack Obama a huge blow, and at the worst possible time. It has declared unconstitutional the executive orders by which he appointed several members of the administration without obtaining Senate approval. It is the U.S. president’s prerogative to nominate people to fill high-level posts [Read more]
Recently, anti-government militants led by the Sunni extremist group Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant have taken many important areas in northern Iraq and are closing in on Baghdad. Baghdad is now extremely threatened, affecting the al-Maliki-led government, which the U.S. launched the Iraq war to cultivate. The [Read more]