During a White House press briefing on Sept. 27, Fox News correspondent James Rosen pressed White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest to comment on the performance of NBC News’s Lester Holt in moderating the first presidential debate.
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Congress on Wednesday overwhelmingly rejected President Obama’s veto of a bipartisan bill letting families of Sept. 11 victims sue the Saudi Arabian government, in the first successful veto override of Obama’s presidency.
By Randy Ellis Staff Writer email@example.comDrones have tremendous potential for good, but they also create risks to privacy and public safety, Oklahoma lawmakers were told Wednesday during an interim study at the state Capitol.
Developing legislation that can effectively maximize the societal and commercial benefits of unmanned aircraft while minimizing risks to privacy and safety will be a challenge, experts said.
“This is an emerging technology that raises concerns about property rights, privacy and more, but there is also the potential for economic development and other positives," said state Sen.