The US Federal Reserve predicts that the unemployment rate will remain high until 2015 and says they will keep short-term interest rates at a record low until then.
The half-brother of the American President Barack Obama has lost his battle to win the Kenyan election.
Obama will be announcing new gun proposals on Wednesday, most likely relating to the ban of certain weapons.
VP Joe Biden has met with members of the Video Games Industry to assure them that they are only one part of what is fuelling gun violence in America.
A commission has been formed to examine methods that can help to guard the subways from further super-storms like Hurricane Sandy in 2012.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will be attempting to keep a low profile when she leaves her post after Obama’s second inauguration, according to close sources, with those vying for her to attend functions in 2013 told to wait at least until April or May. While Clinton hasn’t revealed her future plans, she has not ruled out campaigning for the 2016 presidency.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark office has declared the “Steve Jobs patent” invalid, which is the patent allowing Apple to be the sole user of the rubber band effect and various other touch screen inputs. It is still possible for Apple to re-secure this patent.