Obama Aims To Reduce Foreign Oil Reliance

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What Did Obama's Latin America Trip Accomplish?

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Obama Hails Relations With Latin America

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Obama Keeps Tabs On Libya While Touring Brazil

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Obama To Visit Rising Economic Power Brazil

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Wis. GOP Senators Outmaneuver Missing Democrats

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Chris Rock's movie roles have encompassed everything from Playboy Mansion Valet (in 1987's Beverly Hills Cop II) to presidential candidate Mays Gilliam in 2003's Head of State. hide caption

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Chris Rock, Putting On A Blue New 'Hat'

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China Tightens Grip On Foreign Journalists

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Jeremy Bernard has been tapped as the new White House social secretary. A former boss describes Bernard as someone who always "liked people, liked to network." That's a skill he'll need in a job that will require him to throw hundreds of White House events a year. Photo courtesy of Michael Schwartz /Politico hide caption

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A New White House Social Secretary, And A New First

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Obama: Gadhafi Should Leave Office

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In his first and only televised comments thus far on the Libya crisis, President Obama stopped short of calling for leader Moammar Gadhafi to leave. That's a stark contrast to Obama's response to the crisis in Egypt. Just one week after protests began in that country, Obama called for the Egyptian government to begin an immediate transition of power. Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Obama Walks Political Tightrope On Libya

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Smokey Robinson addresses the crowd at Thursday's White House musical event, flanked by singer John Legend (left) and Motown founder Berry Gordy. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Motown Legends Visit White House

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President Obama greets supporters after giving closing remarks Tuesday at a small business forum at Cleveland State University. Obama has only weighed in once on the union protests in Indiana, Ohio and Wisconsin. Tony Dejak/AP hide caption

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Obama Quiet As Union Protests Grow In Swing States

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Students cheer as President Obama delivers a speech at the University of Indonesia in Jakarta in November. Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Indonesia And Obama's Personal Path To Democracy

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Obama's Rhetoric Evolves With Democracy Protests

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