White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough distanced the Obama Administration from anonymous comments made by an anonymous "senior American official" regarding Speaker of the House John Boehner's invitation to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address a joint session of Congress.
White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough pulled a full Ginsberg Sunday morning, appearing on all five of the Sunday political shows. Apparently all that talking got the best of him: during an interview with George Stephanopoulos he accidentally revealed the first name of the last American hostage being held by ISIS.
Director General Margaret Chan says organisation did not have proper systems in place to combat severe health emergency.
Who said it? 1. “I’m afraid that [White House chief of staff Denis McDonough] and the president have lost touch with reality.” 2. “I don’t see what we’re doing making a difference.” 3. “Well, there were a number of standout moments, but George[,] I would say the biggest was Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker. This was […]
"The Ebola outbreak revealed some inadequacies and shortcomings"
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The NYPD is keeping a close eye on New Yorkers who have traveled to Syria to fight with terror groups and are now back in the city.
Obama chief of staff: Benjamin Netanyahu didn't spit in the face of the White House http://t.co/gih4WgxZLK — Huffington Post (@HuffingtonPost) January 25, 2015
Amid reports of a rift with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
In September, nearly four years to the day after joining Oracle, Mark Hurd became CEO, a job he's sharing with Oracle's other CEO, long-time finance chief, Safra Catz. We were told in no uncertain terms that their title was not "co-CEO," but simply "CEO," by the way. Show More Summary
White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough on Sunday defended the tax proposals aimed at helping the middle class that President Barack Obama outlined in his State of the Union speech.
Freddie Mac’s weekly rate report revealed that mortgage rates continued to trend lower last week. From Freddie Mac’s Vice President and Chief Economist states, “Mortgage rates continued to fall, albeit at a slower pace, with the 30-year fixed rate mortgage averaging 3.63 percent this week”. According to the PMMS, in order to receive that rate, […]
ABC News chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl will moderate a discussion between GOP presidential hopefuls Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Marco Rubio on from Iowa tonight at 11:30 pm. The discussion will be streamed live on ABCNews.com...Show More Summary
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Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace challenged White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough Sunday morning to explain why President Barack Obama hadn't moderated his agenda following November's midterm losses.
Google’s chairman and ex-CEO Eric Schmidt was asked about the future of the web during a panel at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. “I will answer very simply that the internet will disappear,” Schmidt replied. “There will...Show More Summary
The gig: Chester J. Pipkin is the founder, chief executive and chairman of Belkin International. He started the Playa Vista company in his parents' Hawthorne garage in the early 1980s. The company capitalized on the early explosion in personal computing, selling devices that connected computers...
Good Sunday morning to you all! Hope you had a great week. I still can't believe The Lego Movie didn't get nominated. Here's what's on today's menu: ABC's "This Week" - White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough; Louisiana Gov. Bobby...Show More Summary
Tennis chiefs are being sued for not providing enough shade at the Australian Open.