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Obama In New Orleans For Tenth Anniversary Of Katrina
President Barack Obama says the people of the New Orleans area have demonstrated ``extraordinary resilience'' and are an example of how good people can come together.
Obama marked the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina by visiting a community center in the Lower 9th Ward that was devasta…
President Obama Strongly Defends Iran Nuclear Deal
President Obama is vigorously defending the Iran nuclear deal. Speaking at American University, the President called it a very good deal. He insisted that it will block all of Iran's pathways to a nuclear weapon. The accord also lifts tough international sanctions on Iran...
Opposition Mounting To Obama’s Emission-Cutting Initative
Opponents are already vowing to sue the government, in order to block new environmental rules from taking effect.
The plan unveiled by President Barack Obama Monday is aimed at dramatically cutting emissions from U.S. power plants.
Obama warned that if nothing is done about climate change, it will thr…
Sen. Markey Joins Obama On Trip To Africa
U.S. Sen. Edward Markey is joining President Barack Obama on his trip to Kenya and Ethiopia.
The Massachusetts Democrat said he's honored to join Obama and other members of Congress on the trip. Markey is the ranking Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee's Subcommittee on Afric…
Shooting Suspect Held On $1 Million Bond
Bond is set at one-million dollars for one of the charges against the man accused of killing nine people at a church in South Carolina this week. It was set at Dylann Roof's first court appearance in connection with the shooting. The judge said he could only set bail for a weapons charge in the…
“The Donald” Is Running For President
Donald Trump is running for President. The conservative billionaire made it official during a kickoff event in New York City, saying the country is in serious trouble.
Trump is the 12th Republican to enter the 2016 race for the White House...
Obama Says He’ll Sign “Freedom Act” ASAP
President Obama is promising to work quickly to resume domestic surveillance programs after Congress passed the USA Freedom Act today.
In a White House statement, the President chided some members of Congress for the "needless delay and inexcusable lapse" in national security powers…

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