US President Barack Obama at the State of the Union address last night pressed on congress to pass a comprehensive immigration reform bill in the coming months, a bill he said he will be ready to sign right away.

President Obama said a comprehensive bill would include stronger border security, pathway to citizenship for the millions of undocumented immigrants currently living in the US, fixing the current legal immigration bureaucracy, and create programs that attract high-skilled immigrants to settle in the US.

The International Criminal Court (ICC) has admitted prosecuting the post election violence cases facing four Kenyans is "difficult".

ICC President Sang-Hyun Song cited the imminent elections and logistics as a cause for worry.

Two of the suspects, Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto, are contesting the elections on a joint presidential ticket in the March 4 vote.

South Korean judge Song said the trials are meant to start in April, but "since there are so many variables here, we don't know what's going to happen."

Kenya will have her first commercial oil production after Tullow Oil Plc announced that tests on Twiga 1 well in Turkana showed it will produce 2,850 barrels of fuel per day.

Tullow, which has been under pressure to deliver some good drilling news after a disappointing trading update in January, said results from its Twiga South-1 well showed "the first potentially commercial flow rates achieved in Kenya."

Miguna Miguna is back with yet another book that hits the bookstores this weekend. Like expected he is bold, curt and launches another stinging attack on Prime Minister Raila Odinga.

Miguna Miguna is on a literary war path in his new book Kidneys for the King - deforming the status quo which comes just months after the controversial Peeling Back The Mask which made headlines last year.

The election of the first governor of Nairobi is shaping up as a close contest between ODM’s Evans Kidero and TNA’s Ferdinand Waititu, according to a new poll.

Kidero has a slight three-percentage points lead over Waititu, according to the survey by Ipsos Synovate commissioned by The Standard Group.

If elections were held today, Kidero, the former CEO of Mumias Sugar, would secure 40 per cent of the votes and Waititu second with 37 per cent.

He says he is the voice of the hopeless and the destitute. At thirty-nine years old Mohammed Abduba Dida is the youngest presidential candidate and the first ever from North Eastern Kenya.

NTV's Larry Madowo interviewed Dida who says the presidential race is between him and ole Kiyiapi.

RELATED: Presidential Debate Turns Mohammed Dida into an Overnight Celebrity

Kenyans will soon start paying for use of major avenues in urban centres and highways in the country as the government revives use of toll charges to raise money to fund repair and construction of new roads.

The tax, which was replaced by the Roads Maintenance Levy Fund collected as Fuel Levy in the late 1990’s is to find its way back.

The 10 Minute Fix team shot a video this past weekend with regular Americans out in the streets of Las Vegas reading out loud Kenya celebrity tweets, some of them written in Sheng and Swahili.

This was to counter a segment last month where late night talk show host and comedian Jimmy Kimmel had Kenyans in Kenya reading out loud American celebrity tweets for his Jimmy Kimmel Live show, a segment that offended some people who saw the video as portraying negative stereotypes of Kenyans/Africans.

Mr Mike Mbuvi would win the race for Nairobi Senate by a landslide according to an opinion poll conducted by the Synovate Ipsos.

The flamboyant immediate former Makadara MP who is contesting the seat on TNA ticket under the Jubilee Coalition, would have it easy against his challengers according to the 870 respondents of the poll commissioned by The Standard Group.

Narc Kenya boss Martha Karua, assistant minister Peter Kenneth, deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta and Prime Minister Raila Odinga were the best performers in the Monday presidential debate, according to a new poll.

Consumer Insight, in telephone interviews of 328 TV viewers conducted immediately after the debate, also ranked the candidates on how they performed in specific issues.

Many of those who watched the debate said it was very useful with a full 92 per cent saying it helped them understand the candidates better.

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