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Obama's Plans For GM & Chrysler
Obama announced that his Auto Task Force has completed its evaluation of the viability of General Motors and Chrysler in light of their requests for federal assistance.
White House Update On Health Care Reform
The Director of the White House Office Of Health Reform blogs about status of health care reform.
Senate Passes Edward M Kennedy National Service Act
The Senate passed legislation to dramatically expand service opportunities for Americans of all ages. By a vote of 79-19, the Senate approved the Edward M. Kennedy National Service Act.
Obama At Arlington National Cemetery For National Medal Of Honor Day
Obama participated in the wreath-laying ceremony for National Medal of Honor Day at Arlington, along with more than 30 Medal of Honor recipients.
Obama Makes Long Distance Call: To International Space Station
Obama was joined by Congressional leaders and students from the DC area to congratulate the astronauts on the Space Station and the Space Shuttle on their successful mission.
IRS Seeks Volunteers To Serve On Taxpayer Advocacy Panel
The IRS seeks volunteers to serve on the Taxpayer Advocacy Panel (TAP), which listens to taxpayers, identifies key issues and makes recommendations for improving IRS service.
National Guard Responds To Red River Flooding
Almost 500 Army and Air National Guard troops from two states were called out over the weekend to help stem the flow of floodwaters from the Red River.
Should National Guard Be Posted Along US-Mexico Border?
The Department of Homeland Security is still considering the use of National Guard troops along the U.S.-Mexico border
Future Of Missile Defense Requires New Way Of Thinking
The future of missile defense requires a new way of thinking that will benefit the American taxpayer and allow the US to stay ahead of foreign threats.
Obama: Afghanistan Mission Critical
Obama called his decision to send an additional 17,000 troops to Afghanistan the toughest so far in his presidency.
Number Of People Seeking Asylum Rises For Second Year In A Row
The number of people seeking asylum in industrialized countries rose in 2008 for the second year in a row
Air Force Enjoys Partnership With NASCAR
The Air Force launches the multimedia marketing campaign "Switching Seats" March 23 in support of its NASCAR partnership.
Latinos Become More Prevalent On College Campuses
Hispanic students comprised 12 percent of full-time college students in 2007, up from 10 percent in 2006, according to U.S. Census Bureau
UN Secretary-General Condemns Lebanon Terrorist Attack
Ban Ki-moon condemned the terrorist attack that killed Kamal Medhat, the deputy head of the Palestine Liberation Organization in Lebanon.
Suicide Bomb Attack Kills Dozens Of Kurdish Funeral Mourners
Top UN envoy in Iraq today condemned in the strongest terms a suicide bomb attack that killed dozens of people at a house filled with Kurdish funeral mourners
World TB Day Speech By UN Chief: Work Still Needs To Be Done
A new United Nations report notes that the percentage of the global population falling ill to tuberculosis is dropping annually
Obama Op-Ed About Economic Crisis Appears In 30 Newspapers
Obama published a rare "simultaneous op-ed" in thirty papers around the world, calling for a collective effort to address the economic peril.
UN: Zimbabwe's Cholera Declining
The UN noted an overall downward trend in the number of cholera cases and deaths in Zimbabwe over the last two months
Color Obama's Recovery Plan Green
Today the President is hosting an event focused on "Investing in Our Clean Energy Future."
Central Asia To Become Nuclear Weapons Free Zone
Central Asia is set to become the Northern Hemisphere's first-ever nuclear-weapons-free zone.
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