ACLU: Bush Anti-Terrorism Practices Persist

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President Obama gives a speech July 15 at the groundbreaking for a battery plant in Holland, Mich. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Obama Makes Economic Sales Pitch; Who's Buying?

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White House Dragged Back Into Racial Fray

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Former USDA Official Vindicated

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USDA Offers New Job To Official Ousted In Race Flap

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Ex-USDA Official Sherrod At Center Of Media Storm

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Obama's Judicial Picks Languish In Senate

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President Obama speaks at Smith Electric Vehicles in Kansas City, Mo., last week. The White House compares today's green technology grants to early investments in the Internet. Smith Electric received a $32 million Recovery Act grant. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Clean Energy Builds Slowly, Despite Federal Cash

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Obama Promotes Energy Projects, Economy

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President Obama answers a question at a town hall-style event on the economy on June 30 at Racine Memorial Hall in Wisconsin. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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As Midterms Near, Obama Hits The Campaign Trail

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Presidential candidate Barack Obama met with Israeli opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem in July 2008. Dan Balilty/AP hide caption

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Awaiting Netanyahu, U.S. Jews Weigh Obama's Efforts

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President Obama speaks in the Rose Garden after meeting with Sen. Bob Graham (left), chairman of the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling, and former EPA administrator William K. Reilly. hide caption

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Once A Critic, Obama Now Embraces Commissions

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Thurgood Marshall with George E.C. Hayes (left) and James M. Nabrit (right) outside the Supreme Court building on May 17, 1954. The three lawyers had just led the fight for abolition of segregation in public schools before the Supreme Court, which ruled that segregation was unconstitutional. AP hide caption

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Kagan Quizzed About Thurgood Marshall's Record

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