Obama Targets Prescription Drug Shortage
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Political Chat: Flat Tax, GOP Debates, Jobs Bill
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Global Markets Rally After EU Leaders Set Debt Plan
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Tunisians Await Election Results
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Gadhafi's Death Caps Libya's Civil War
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Rangers Beat Cardinals 2-1 To Tie Series 1-1
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Clinton Reaffirms U.S. Commitment To Afghanistan
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President Obama waves to the crowd after speaking at a GM plant Friday in Michigan. Obama and South Korean President Lee Myung-bak visited the plant to promote a free trade agreement.

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In Michigan, Obama Drives Home Free Trade Deal
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This steel plant in Weirton, W.Va., was idled in 2009. The United Steelworkers union worries that a trade deal signed this week could result in more jobs lost.

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Trade Deals May Alienate Some Obama Supporters
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President Obama speaks about job creation and the economy at the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local No. 5 Training Center in Pittsburgh on Tuesday.

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Jobs Bill Defeated Despite Presidential Push
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Romney Focuses On Security; Voters Weigh His Faith
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Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney speaks to Citadel cadets and supporters on campus Friday in Charleston, S.C. The former Massachusetts governor, known more for his business acumen than his foreign-policy experience, sought to show he has what it takes to be commander in chief.

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Romney Calls For A Bigger, Stronger Military
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Mitt Romney, shown in 1993, is the former CEO of Bain & Co. In the 1980s, he started an investment fund called Bain Capital. His supporters say that's where he learned to solve big problems, create jobs and expand companies. His opponents say he made money by shutting down factories, occasionally driving companies into bankruptcy.

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The 2 Portraits Of Mitt Romney, Businessman
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President Obama on Thursday visited the Brent Spence Bridge, which has been called "functionally obsolete." The president pressed Congress to pass his jobs act, arguing that if the country doesn't invest in restoring the bridge and other infrastructure now, it will pay for it later. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Obama's Jobs Bill Pitch: A Bridge To Nowhere?
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Obama Stresses Need For Israeli-Palestinian Dialogue
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