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As It Happened: Obama's Address To U.N. General Assembly

President Barack Obama addresses the U.N. General Assembly on Sept. 23, 2009. (Jeff Zelevansky/Getty i i

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President Barack Obama addresses the U.N. General Assembly on Sept. 23, 2009. (Jeff Zelevansky/Getty

Addressing the delegates.

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President Barack Obama is this morning delivering his first address to the United Nations General Assembly. As we reported earlier, among the messages he has for other world leaders will be that they can't wait for the USA to solve all of the globe's problems.

You'll have many ways to follow the address. NPR will broadcast it live (click here to find a station near you). NPR.org will be streaming the audio. The cable news networks will have it on the air as well.

And we're live-blogging in this post as the president speaks. Just click "play" below and our updates should flow in automatically. You can also submit comments at the bottom of the player. We'll publish as many as we can while the president's speaking.

Update at 10:50 a.m. ET. The president has finished his address. Now, if you click the "play" button, you can read what he had to say. Or, you can click here for a transcript.:

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