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  • Obama in Peoria: Workers still worried

     
    by Christi Parsons EAST PEORIA, Ill.-- President Barack Obama preached a message of hope about the economy here today, praising employees gathered in a Caterpillar plant for soldiering through tough times, and promising that help is on the way. But......
  • 'Buy American,' buy Canadian, too

     
    by Rebecca Cole As President Barack Obama landed in Canada today for his first official trip outside the country, he addressed concerns about a protectionist "Buy American" clause in the $787-billion stimulus act and how it could affect the two......
  • Obama to visit Mexico in April

     
    by Peter Nicholas and Frank James The White House confirmed today that President Barack Obama will visit Mexico next month on his way to the Summit of the Americas in Trinidad and Tobago in mid-April. Obama's visit to Mexico, his......
  • Obama in Mexico: 'Safety and security'

     
    by Tracy Wilkinson and Peter Nicholas MEXICO CITY -- President Obama arrived today in embattled Mexico, where he faces a test of his ability to bring fundamental change to one of Washington's most important relationships. Obama stepped off of Air......
  • Labor Sec'y: No 'quick fix,' peaks, valleys

     
    by Mark Silva Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, who still has $250 million to "roll out'' for job creation, maintains that the Obama administration is "not looking at just a quick fix'' for the economy and allows that this is "the......
  • Sarah Palin's TEA Party: A third party?

     
    by Mark Silva Mark this as the week in which one of the potential players for 2012 set out to brand herself: Sarah Palin, the "common-sense conservative.'' Three years from now -- think about that phrase a moment -- we'll......
  • U.S. turns inward, 49 pct: 'Mind own biz'

     
    by Mark Silva While President Obama seeks "a new era of engagement'' with the rest of the world, Americans are showing less interest in reaching outward than they have in a long time. "For the first time in more than......
  • A brief Q&A with the U.S. trade representative

     
    Ambassador Ron Kirk, the former mayor of Dallas whom President Obama tapped to be the U.S. trade representative, has solid credentials as a free-trader -- more solid, alas, than the man he works for. While in Southern California to speak to a state...
  • Bring on the bling: Making politicians wear their true colors

     
    There's a hue and cry right now about members of Congress being beholden to their largest campaign supporters -- Big Pharma, Big Oil, Big Labor, Big Buns, Big Ag -- and it's only going to get bigger now that the Supreme Court has essentially relocated...
  • Colombia considers container port in humpback whale habitat

     
    Malaga Bay welcomes as many as 1,000 migrating whales between June and August, sparking a small but growing eco-tourism industry in the area. But ANDI, as the national business group is known, says the bay's natural depth makes it ideal for large...
  • MIDDLE EAST: Turkey to open free trade zone with Arab states as Erdogan denies axis shift

     
    Turkey's east-west balancing act has become considerably more precarious since the deadly Israeli flotilla raid nearly two weeks ago, but Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan appears determined to have the best of both worlds. He made this clear Thursday...