Obama: U.S. Has Long Way To Go In Race Relations

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Under Obama, More Illegal Immigrants Sent Home

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Car dealers fought to be exempt from the new bureau’s oversight, and they won. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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New Law Protects Consumers From Non-Bank Lenders

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Watchdog Criticizes Handling Of Auto Dealerships

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This 1905 steam engine powered factories in Holland, Mich., for more than half a century (with a four-year break during the Great Depression). It now sits as a monument to the city's industrial heritage. Scott Horsley/NPR hide caption

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Michigan Town's Engine Shows It Could. Can It Again?

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Jobs 18 Months Away At New Mich. Battery Plant

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Obama Administration Revises Drilling Moratorium

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President Obama is joined by Commerce Secretary Gary Locke (left) and Boeing CEO Jim McNerney to announce the creation of the President's Export Council, and to talk about his administration's promotion of exports in an attempt to grow the economy and support jobs. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Expanding Exports To Stimulate The Economy

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Obama Pushes Jobless Relief As Debt Concerns Mount

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Obama Ready To Move Forward On Immigration

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G-20 Leaders Promise To Trim Deficits

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Petreaus Picked To Lead 'Tough Fight' In Afghanistan

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