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Romer: Obama's not to blame for female unemployment

Boston (CNN) – One of the president’s former top economic advisers said those who blame President Barack Obama’s policies for the decline in job creation among women in particular are being dishonest. 49 more words

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Poll: Voters support Obama immigration change

(CNN) – A majority of voters agreed with the immigration policy unveiled by President Barack Obama last week, according to a new poll.

The Bloomberg Poll released Tuesday showed 64% of likely voters backed the shift, which would allow the children of illegal immigrants who meet certain requirements to stave off deportation for two years. 117 more words

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Obama raises cash with some celebrity help

(CNN) – President Barack Obama used a pair of fund-raisers in New York Thursday to further the message he laid out in a speech earlier in the day in Ohio, painting the November election as a choice between two starkly different visions for the United States. 131 more words

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Gore: Obama has 'failed'

Looks like Al Gore is getting tough on President Obama over the issue of climate change:

From the CNN Political Ticker:

(CNN) – Former vice president and environmental advocate Al Gore sharply criticized President Obama’s “failed” approach to global warming Wednesday.

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Gore: Obama has 'failed'

Former vice president and environmental advocate Al Gore sharply criticized President Obama’s “failed” approach to global warming Wednesday.

“President Obama has thus far failed to use the bully pulpit to make the case for bold action on climate change,” Gore wrote in a “Rolling Stone” article published online. 24 more words

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Politics: The Paul family's big day

Washington (CNN) – Republican Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul reacted to his father’s decision to form a presidential exploratory committee Tuesday, saying his wife is “quite happy” Texas Rep. 327 more words

Interview

Obama's sister describes his 'easy going' demeanor

(CNN) — President Barack Obama’s sister acknowledged his first term has been a “challenging time,” but said it’s important he win a second term.

“He has a healthy dose of pragmatism and he knew there would be enormous challenges and that it would be hard work, but of course there are things that happened that are simply unforeseen,” Maya Soetoro-Ng told CNN’s Piers Morgan in an interview set to air Tuesday. 29 more words

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