President Ford holds up a WIN, or "Whip Inflation Now," enlistment form, which asks citizens to sign up as inflation fighters during his news conference in the White House Rose Garden on Oct. 9, 1974. The slogan turned out to be a dud. AP hide caption

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Will 'Win The Future' Be A Winner For Obama?

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Former 'Time' Journalist To Be Obama Press Secretary

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In this screen capture, President Obama is seen live on the White House YouTube channel answering video and text questions on Feb. 1, 2010, after last year's State of the Union. AP hide caption

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Obama No Longer Leads The Pack On Social Media

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President Obama delivers his State of the Union address Jan. 27, 2010. For White House speechwriters, the address is one of the more complicated speeches they must write. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Writing State Of The Union Speech: A Juggling Act

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Obama Reaches Out To Businesses With Rules Review

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President Obama greets Norm Eisen, the White House's ethics czar, in January 2009. Obama used a recess appointment to give Eisen, a friend from law school, the job as U.S. ambassador to the Czech Republic just before Christmas. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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'Dr. No' Becomes Diplomat, Continues A Family Story

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Obama: Tragedy Challenges Everyone To Be Better

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A Moment Of Silence For Shooting Victims

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This photo obtained from the 2006 yearbook of Arizona's Mountain View High School shows Jared L. Loughner. A neighbor provided this photo to an Associated Press photographer outside a listed address for a Jared L. Loughner and said that this person lived at the residence. AP hide caption

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Sheriff: Accused Shooter 'Unhinged,' Made Threats

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President Obama listens as newly appointed White House Chief of Staff William Daley speaks in the East Room of the White House on Thursday. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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William Daley: 'The Brains' Of A Political Family

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The "don't ask, don't tell" repeal legislation that allows gays to serve openly in the military sits on a desk at the Interior Department on Dec. 22, 2010, prior to President Obama's signing it. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Legal Questions Linger After 'Don't Ask' Repeal

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During his Rally To Restore Sanity in October, comedian Jon Stewart told the crowd on the National Mall, "The press can hold its magnifying glass up to our problems." Or, he added, "they can use that magnifying glass to light ants on fire." Paul Morigi/WireImage hide caption

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Jon Stewart's Latest Act: Sept. 11 Responders Bill

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Obama Hails 'Turbo-Charged' Lame-Duck Session

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