Recalls Put FDA's Power Into Question

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President Obama Tours Gulf Coast Amid Scrutiny For Response To Oil Spill

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Texas Congressman Supports National Guard Troops At Border

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Police Chiefs Voice Objection To Arizona Immigration Law

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LaHood Envisions The Future Of Transportation

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As Spill Gets Bigger, So Does White House PR Problem

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Oil Spill Tests Obama Vow To Use Scientific Approach

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Jan. 9, 2009: On the day he was named as President Obama's choice for national intelligence director, it was already clear that retired Adm. Dennis Blair was stepping into a difficult role. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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NPR's Tom Gjelten On Blair's Departure

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"Every American affected by this spill should know this: Your government will do whatever it takes, as long as it takes, to stop this crisis," President Obama told reporters last week in Venice, La. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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Americans Don't Fall For Spin During A Crisis

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Conservatives Debate Controversial Arizona Immigration Law

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Inspecting For Trust: The Role Of Inspectors General

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Should Next Supreme Court Nominee Be A Mom?

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