Mississippi Supreme Court rejects McDaniel Senate primary challenge

JACKSON Miss. (Reuters) – The Mississippi Supreme Court on Friday rejected former U.S. Senate candidate Chris McDaniel’s election challenge in which he alleged incumbent U.S. Senator Thad Cochran stole the Republican primary vote. Source: Mississippi Supreme Court rejects McDaniel Senate primary challenge

Weekly Wrap Up: October 18-24

By Kajal Singh This week, we continued to actively monitor Ebola, invited Americans to participate in a We the People Meet Up, took a look back at the first White House website, and took a critical step to help protect consumers’ financial security. Photo of the Week President Obama just cast his ballot on the […]

Welcome to the White House: Then and Now

By Ashleigh Axios Whether you noticed or not, WhiteHouse.gov casually turned 20 this past Tuesday. That’s right – it was two decades ago this week that the very first version of WhiteHouse.gov was introduced to the world by the first Clinton administration. We understand that it may have been awhile since you reflected on how […]

U.S. judge blocks New Jersey sports betting law

NEW YORK (Reuters) – A federal judge issued a temporary restraining order on Friday blocking a New Jersey law that would have allowed legalized wagering on sporting events, the judge’s chambers said. Source: U.S. judge blocks New Jersey sports betting law

Pentagon official upbeat on streamlining U.S. military acquisitions

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Pentagon and Congress have better-than-ever odds of reaching agreement on how to streamline myriad overlapping laws that slow the process for buying military equipment and services, a top Defense Department official said. Source: Pentagon official upbeat on streamlining U.S. military acquisitions