Craig Gordon

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President Obama today went to Cooper Union, in the shadow of Wall Street, to  push for finance reform .

President Obama Goes to New York to Push Financial Reform

President Obama today went to Cooper Union, in the shadow of Wall Street, to push for finance reform .

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Speaking to the Veterans of Foreign War convention in Phoenix today,  President Obama explained  his buildup in Afghanistan.  He said American troops are protecting the daily lives of…

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Speaking to the Veterans of Foreign War convention in Phoenix today, President Obama explained his buildup in Afghanistan.  He said American troops are protecting the daily lives of…

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Speaking to the Veterans of Foreign War convention in Phoenix today,  President Obama explained  his buildup in Afghanistan.  He said American troops are protecting the daily lives of…

Obama Discusses the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan with Vets

Speaking to the Veterans of Foreign War convention in Phoenix today, President Obama explained his buildup in Afghanistan.  He said American troops are protecting the daily lives of…

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