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A new spending bill allocated millions of taxpayer dollars to USEC, a troubled fuel company for nuclear power plants.
Edward Snowden's legal adviser discusses the possibility of his return to the United States.
The Supreme Court temporarily delays key requirements of the Affordable Care Act impacting religious-affiliated groups.
While it's no secret that American public support for the war in Afghanistan is low, new numbers reveal just how low.
At a memorial for Nelson Mandela, President Obama urged listeners to apply his principles to their own lives.
The stock market has continued to hit new highs as new unemployment numbers showed 203,00 jobs created and the lowest jobless rate in 5 years. But many across the country are still feeling pinched. CNN's Jim Acosta reports on the Obama administration and the economy.
In two speeches Wednesday, Pres. Barack Obama addressed the growing inequality in the U.S., calling for new policies to lift up the poor - including raising the minimum wage. CNN's Jim Acosta reports.
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President Obama compared Obamacare troubles to the Romneycare rollout, while opponents say comparisons are "pathetic."
The Obama administration stands by claims that customers will be allowed to keep their plan despite Obamacare.
In an hour-long news conference today, Pres. Obama addressed shutdown negotiations and the looming debt limit. Hours later, House Speaker John Boehner held his own news conference to jab back at the White House. CNN's Jim Acosta reports on the dueling addresses.