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Watch: The President’s Science Advisor Answers Your Questions About Climate Change

Watch on YouTube Last month, Dr. John Holdren — the President's science advisor — invited the public to ask him anything about climate change on social media using the hashtag #AskDrH. Since then, he's gotten a lot of questions. Brandon, a seventh-grader, wanted to know if climate change will affect him during his lifetime. A number of […]

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Obama Didn’t Tell the Whole Story About Cuba

Mike Gonzalez, FederalistWhy did President Obama go for broke on Cuba, announcing the United States would normalize relations with that repressive regime? The answer appears in his statement to the nation. There, the president not only made clear that this change has been on his bucket list for some time, but also that his knowledge […]

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Megyn Kelly Talks About Apologizing To Obama At White House Christmas Party on “Jimmy Kimmel Live”

Megyn talks about attending the White House Christmas party and shares an awkward moment she had with President Obama and the First Lady. Full News here – RealClearPolitics Videos

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In Memphis, Attorney General Holder Talks About Building Trust Between Communities and Law Enforcement

Watch on YouTube Last week, Attorney General Eric Holder traveled to Memphis and held a roundtable discussion on improving the relationship between the city's people of color and local law enforcement. In the wake of the recent police-involved deaths of Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Tamir Rice, and others, the President has called for an increased […]

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5 Things You Need to Know About Alaska’s Bristol Bay

President Obama just took action to protect one of Alaska's most powerful economic engines and one of America’s greatest national treasures: Bristol Bay. Today, he signed a Presidential Memorandum that withdraws these beautiful and pristine waters from all future oil and gas drilling. "These waters are too special and too valuable to auction off to […]

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Toure on Sydney: “Is This Really About Islam Or Maniacs Who Twist The Koran Into Their Own Sort Of Desires?”

TOURE: Dan, Jim is putting it in a really in a bow in terms of saying we have a guy, a single guy who wants to be a terrorist and thus he's acting in a way that perhaps ISIS would want him to, even though they may not actually even know him. And we see […]

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Warren-Obama Rift About Tactics, Not Principle, White House Says

The rift that emerged between President Barack Obama and Sen. Elizabeth Warren during the weekend budget fight was about strategy and tactics, not principle, a White House aide said. Full News here – Washington Wire

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Mayor used about $7,000 in taxpayer money to retrieve new car, audit says

Two New Johnsonville employees traveled 500 miles and used more than $ 7,000 in taxpayer money to run a personal errand for Mayor Lance Loveless, according to a new audit. Full News here – FOX News

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AP source: DOJ won’t ask NYT reporter about source

A source familiar with the case says the Justice Department will not compel New York Times reporter James Risen to testify about his source at an upcoming trial of a former CIA officer accused of leaking classified information. Full News here – FOX News

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The President And First Lady In Hanukkah Candle Ceremony

Take the Quiz: How Much Do You Know about the Holidays at the White House?

President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama take part in the Hanukkah candle lighting ceremony in the East Room of the White House, Dec. 2, 2010. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza) Throughout our history here at the White House, Presidents and First Families have joined people from across the country to celebrate […]

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