Articles Tagged “United States”

  • Otto Warmbier is Dead

    Otto Warmbier, the 22-year-old American student held captive in a North Korean prison for over 17 months, has died Warmbier was returned to the United States recently and judged by medical authorities at the University…

  • Missle Defense Interceptor Hits Mock Target

    Tuesday afternoon, a missile defense interceptor was launched from Vandenburg Air Force Base and hit it’s mock target following its launch minutes earlier from around 4,200 miles away at the Kwajalein Atoll in the Pacific.…

  • North Korea Launches Another Test Missile

    Today, the North Korean Central News Agency announced that the medium-range missile they tested this past weekend was capable of delivering a nuclear warhead. The missile was in the air for 30 minutes and reached…

  • Texas Picked “Best State for Business”

    In an annual survey of hundreds of CEOs from across the United States conducted by Chief Executive Magazine, Texas has again been named the “Best State For Business” for 2017. This is the 13th year…

  • Wage Statistics From Bureau of Labor Statistics

    The Southwest Information Office of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has released, County Employment and Wages in Texas–Third Quarter 2016. The report shows national rankings of wage levels, wage growth, and employment changes for…

  • Trump Meets with Major Manufacturing Firm CEO’s

    President Trump met with CEO’s from major manufacturing firms at the White House Thursday to get their input on deregulation, jobs, trade and tax reform. Before the dialogue began, the president talked about the manufacturing…

  • VP Pence Addresses “March for Life” Rally

    Last Friday, Vice President Mike Pence became the first vice president of the United States to address the March for Life rally in Washington, D-C . . . .

  • White House Press Secretary Spicer Announces Immigration Executive Orders

    White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer announced Wednesday that President Trump “intends to sign two Executive Orders after observing the swearing-in of Secretary of Homeland Security Kelly,” Spicer said, “The first order is the Border…

  • Christopher Wilkins Executed Wednesday

    Forty-eight-year-old Christopher Wilkins, who was found guilty of killing two men after they made fun of him for being the victim of a fake drug deal, was executed by lethal injection at the Huntsville Unit…

  • Secretary Kerry Speaks on the U-S’s Recent Abstention from Voting on a U-N Israeli Issue

    Wednesday, U-S Secretary of State John Kerry spoke in Washington in reference to the United States’ decision to abstain from voting last week for a U-N resolution condemning Israel for allowing Israeli settlements in the…