President Obama getting some attention over comments he made a speech yesterday. The President vowing to continue using Executive orders to make policy despite setbacks from the Supreme Court and threats to sue him by House Speaker John Boehner.
The President said he'll continue working around Congress since they aren't passing any legislation and said "so sue me," if the GOP doesn't like it.
President Obama is warning states to expect gaps in budgets for highway funding and transportation projects. The Highway Fund is running out of money, and Congress hasn't passed legislation to fill in funding gaps.
At Noon the President hosts economists to discuss ways to speed up the economic recovery.
We get reads on factory orders and the ADP employment report today. Markets have been on fire.. with the Dow closing in on 17,000.
Benghazi murder suspect Ahmed Abu Khatallah is scheduled for a detention hearing in federal court today. He's accused of being one of those who attacked U.S. facilities in Benghazi leading to the death of our Ambassador and 3 other Americans in 2012. He is reportedly no longer cooperating with authorities. Catherine Herridge reporting.
Mike Emanuel reporting on NSA spying programs.
A group of protesters in California blocked buses carrying illegal immigrants from a processing center in Murietta, CA. William La Jeunesse reporting.
A big storm off the coast of Florida could turn into a hurricane as it churns up the coast of the Eastern U.S. Latest trajectories suggest it will not hit the coast, but will bring heavy surfs and rains to parts of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions.
NASA successfully launched a satellite this morning carrying a satellite to monitor carbon levels in the atmosphere. It's seen as a tool in the battle to understand global warming.
T Mobile under fire accused of billing customers for bogus items.
A food truck in Philadelphia exploded injuring 12.. a propane truck being blamed.
No progress in forming a new government in Iraq as fighting in the country continues to rage, and as more American troops arrive. Jennifer Griffin reporting.
The former French President is deep trouble. Nicolas Sarkozy facing preliminary charges that he took $67 million in illegal campaign funds from Libya's Moammar Gadhafi.
Taliban claiming responsibility for a bombing in Kabul that left 8 dead.
The death toll from a building collapse in India topping 42.
The Pistorius trial back underway in South Africa.. Well update you.
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