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Mourning In Riyadh: Obama Visits New Saudi King To Offer Condolences

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India Rolls Out Red Carpet — And Camels — For Obama's Second Visit

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Obama Could Get More Cheers From Republicans On Trade

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Obama Urges Congress To Make Paid Sick Leave Mandatory

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The president spoke about one measure aimed at the data collected in schools, through increasingly popular educational software. "Michelle and I are like parents everywhere," Obama said. "We want to be sure our children are being smart and safe online." Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Obama: 'If We're Going To Be Connected, Then We Need To Be Protected'

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Obama, GOP To Face Off Over Keystone XL Pipeline

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Keystone XL Pipeline Gets Another Chance With New Congress

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Water vapor, which looks like smoke, is seen rising from a power plant near Hengshui in China's Hebei province. In November, President Obama announced a landmark carbon-cutting deal with China — the world's leading producer of greenhouse gases. And the Chinese government has announced plans to cap the use of coal within five years. Fred Dufour/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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2014 Brought Lasting Action On Climate Change Policy

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Most Pages In New U.S.-Cuba Chapter Still Have To Be Written

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