After months of contentious debate, President Obama and Congressional leaders announced the historic agreement to raise the debt ceiling and pull the nation back from the brink of financial default; but is the new deal bad for Pennsylvania and other states?
President Obama toured CMU’s Robotics Engineering Center, signed one of the robots and then announced a major $500 million project to advance manufacturing in America. While the speech was national in focus, it was clear that Pittsburgh was a special target.
A crowd of 150 university, business and government officials heard President Obama call for a new advanced manufacturing approach to reclaim America’s edge.
During a visit to Carnegie Mellon University’s National Robotics Engineering Center in Lawrenceville this morning, President Barack Obama said the U.S. must invest in new high-tech manufacturing ventures to replace lost jobs and stay competitive with the rest of the world.
Carnegie Mellon University’s National Robotics Engineering Center in Lawrenceville will be the scene of President Obama’s visit to Pittsburgh on Friday. This visit will be his fourth as President.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to the father of a local fallen Marine for his thoughts on Obama’s plan to bring home troops.
CAPA High School is among six schools left as finalists in the competition to have President Barack Obama deliver their commencement address.
At a time when tens of thousands of American troops are fighting wars overseas in Afghanistan and Iraq and enforcing a no-fly zone over Libya, it’s hard to imagine that a government shutdown means U.S. troops won’t get paid.
Whether we like it or not, most of us are impacted by the federal government, so when it shuts down because Congress and the President cannot agree on how much to fund government services, average citizens may be affected.
Energy independence was once again the recurring theme; spike in natural gas stocks and the promise to expand U.S. oil production and exploration.
As no-fly zone operations continue in Libya, critics say President Obama should have consulted more with Congress before committing U.S. troops to the campaign. Now a local expert is weighing in on the debate.
President Obama continues to draw criticism for his handling of the conflict in Libya.
KDKA-TV Political Editor Jon Delano had the rare and distinguished opportunity to sit down with President Obama for a one-on-one interview on Tuesday morning.
The City of Pittsburgh has certainly attracted President Obama’s attention. From sports teams to economic renewal to eateries, the President of the United States seems to like this area.
Fresh from a major address affirming the importance of public education, President Barack Obama told KDKA Political Editor Jon Delano he understood Pennsylvania’s budget dilemma which has hurt local schools.
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