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Alderman Scott Waguespack says Rahm Emanuel misbehaved with him

Alderman Scott Waguespack says Rahm Emanuel misbehaved with him

Alderman Scott Waguespack said that in a conference room at City Hall in 2011, he tried speaking to mayor of Chicago, Rahm Emanuel. He said Emanuel gave a cold reaction and showed that he was not interested in talking with him.

According to Waguespack, Emanuel said 'Yeah, yeah, whatever'. According to him, after that Emanuel started shouting at him and it made him walk out from the place.

Hillary Clinton’s emails deleted

Hillary Clinton’s emails deleted

Attorney of Former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, said that last year, emails from Clinton’s time in government were deleted off her server. Attorney David Kendall said this in response to a subpoena from a congressional committee, which is examining the Benghazi attacks. He said that there are no records from Mrs. Clinton’s email server and didn’t put forward it for review and analysis.

President Obama to Answer Queries on YouTube

President Obama to Answer Queries on YouTube

On Thursday, President Barack Obama will be answering all the questions from a trio of big-time YouTube stars, Bethany Mota, GloZell, and Hank Green. The Google-owned video service stated that this live interview will be held just two days after Obama gives his penultimate State of the Union address.

Jasper-O’Brien power struggle may force Republicans to depend on Democrats to pass bills

Jasper-O’Brien power struggle may force Republicans to depend on Democrats to pa

The ongoing rift between Republican Shawn Jasper and Rep. Bill O’Brien of the same party will likely make it difficult for Republicans to garner necessary majority to pass bills/legislations without support from Democrats.

The power struggle between the two Republican leaders sprung out of Jasper’s election to the seat of speaker. Originally, O’Brien was the Republican choice for the position.

Obama and Hillary Clinton again Named as Most Admired People in US

Obama and Hillary Clinton again Named as Most Admired People in US

The Huffington Post reported that US President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton have been named as most admired people in the US again. As per an annual Gallup poll released on Monday, the former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton was again named as the most admired woman in the world.

The Huffington Post reported that this title has been taken by Clinton 17 times in past 18 years. In 2001, Laura Bush, the then-first lady took the title. Hillary Rodham Clinton presently holds the top the prospective field of Democratic presidential candidates for 2016.

New Hampshire postpones vote on $13M FairPoint contract

New Hampshire postpones vote on $13M FairPoint contract

New Hampshire's a $13 million contract with FairPoint Communications for Internet and phone services slipped into limbo on Tuesday after state officials delayed a vote on the deal.

State officials delayed an action amidst an increase in outages of Internet and phone services being provided by FairPoint. The outages emerged during a labor strike by the company's northern New England employees.

NH House members need to work across party lines to make accomplishments

NH House members need to work across party lines to make accomplishments

Democrats controlled the Executive Council for a long time but the new Legislature is different, with the GOP controlling both bodies as well as the Senate.

Republican members of the House started the new session with a commanding but not veto-proof 239-161 majority. While it is hard to predict what the 2015-2016 session of the state Legislature will accomplish, it is widely expected that the Legislature will not hike taxes and approve an income/sales tax.

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