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Sec. Moniz Stresses Clean Energy During Commencement Address

The United States Secretary of Energy returned home on Saturday and delivered a commencement address at UMass Dartmouth.

Ernest Moniz attended Durfee High School and is a Boston College Graduate

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Saturday Marks Armed Forces Day

It's Armed Forces Day and Americans across the country are honoring our military heroes this weekend.  Parades, speeches and other celebrations are being held in many cities to pay respect to all branches of the military

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Photo by John Munson-Poll / Getty Images

September 11 Memorial And Museum Dedicated

President Barack Obama says no act of terror can match the strength and character of the United States. He says, quote, ``Nothing can ever break us.''

Obama spoke at the dedication in New York for the National September 11 Memorial Museum

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Photo by BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images

Army Vet Awarded Medal Of Honor

President Obama is honoring a U.S. Army veteran for heroism in Afghanistan. Former Sergeant Kyle J. White is the recipient of the Medal of Honor, the nation's highest military decoration.

In a White House ceremony, he was honored for conspicuous gallantry during a 2007 firefight in Afghanistan's Nuristan Province

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Saul Loeb / Getty Images - President Obama hails April Jobs Report

Jobs Climb In April

There are fresh signs today that the economy is picking up after a brutal winter slowed growth.

The Labor Department says employers added 288,000 jobs in April.

The nation's unemployment rate dropped to 6

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Tim Boyle / Getty Images

President Obama Urged To Intervene In Zohydro Controversy

Fall River Mayor William A. Flanagan is asking President Obama to intervene in the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's approval of the painkiller Zohydro.

In a letter released Monday, Flanagan urged the president to ask FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg to either order San Diego-based drugmaker Zogenix to reformulate the drug or mandate its removal from the market entirely

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Jeff Swensen / Getty Images

Obama and Biden Announce Job Training Program

President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden are touting job training programs. Speaking at a community college in Pennsylvania, the President said more people need to be trained for better jobs. He unveiled plans to provide hundreds of millions of dollars for job training programs

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Saul Loeb / Getty Images

President And First Lady Pay $98,000 In Income Taxes

The White House says President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama paid just over $98,000 in taxes on income of nearly half a million dollars last year.

The couple's 2013 income tax returns were posted on the White House website four days before the tax filing deadline

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Another Mass Shooting At Ft. Hood, TX

At least four people are reported dead in a mass shooting at Fort Hood in Texas.

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Win McNamee / Getty Images

President Cheers Enrollment Numbers On Healthcare.gov

 President Obama is applauding a milestone in the evolution of the Affordable Care Act.  A last-minute surge pushed enrollment in HealthCare.gov to more than seven-million people.  Speaking in the Rose Garden, the President said millions of people have been able to find quality, affordable health insurance and "peace of mind

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