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Big Growth Could Shake Up Texas' Old Political Equation

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Obama Evokes Cold War In Speech At Berlin's Brandenburg Gate

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Obama To Renew Call To Reduce Nuclear Weapons

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G-8 Leaders Wrap Up Summit In Nothern Ireland

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G-8 Summit To Tackle Trade, Syria, Slow Economic Growth

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Oxfam charity volunteers wear masks depicting G-8 leaders President Obama and German Chancellor Merkel around a large caldron to draw attention to the issue of world hunger in Northern Ireland on Sunday. G-8 leaders are gathering there for an annual summit. Peter Muhly/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Obama Begins European Trip With G-8 Summit In Ireland

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Bruce Springsteen performs during halftime of the Super Bowl in Tampa, Fla., in 2009. In music, and increasingly in other industries, a relative handful of top performers take more and more of the spoils, says White House chief economist Alan Krueger. Mark J. Terrill/AP hide caption

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How Rock 'N' Roll Can Explain The U.S. Economy

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White House Defends Timing Of Decision To Help Syrian Rebels

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Chemical Weapons Use In Syria Crosses U.S. 'Red Line'

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Obama Urges Congress Not To 'Block' Immigration Bill

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Obama Calls Secret Monitoring Programs Legal, Limited

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Susan Rice To Take Over As National Security Adviser

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Obama Picks Rice As Next National Security Adviser

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President Obama announces in the White House Rose Garden on Tuesday his nominations of (from left) Robert Wilkins, Cornelia Pillard and Patricia Millett to fill vacancies on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Obama's D.C. Court Nominations Heat Up Battle With Senate

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Obama To Challenge GOP With 3 Federal Appeals Court Picks

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