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  • Chavez: Two Obamas, war and peace

     
    by Mark Silva Hugo Chavez, the president of Venezuela, says he likes one of the President Barack Obamas whom he sees. "We have an Obama that talked about peace,'' Chavez said, in an interview aired tonight on CNN's Larry King......
  • Obama to U.N.: U.S. alone can't solve all

     
    by Christi Parsons NEW YORK -- In a sweeping call for international cooperation, President Obama this morning challenged world leaders to set aside "an almost reflexive anti-Americanism" and work together with him and other nations on common goals such...
  • Obama, Clinton: 'Spirit of partnership'

     
    by Mark Silva Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton have sort of danced around one another since that election in which, you know... But they joined this week at something which has become a personal matter for the former president,......
  • Obama's world vision: U.N. speech today

     
    By Christi Parsons NEW YORK -- President Obama will ask world leaders today to join him in confronting a range of vexing issues, including nuclear arms proliferation and climate change, and will appeal for the international cooperation he thinks will........
  • Obama's praises: All the schoolkids sang

     
    by Mark Silva "Barack Hussein Obama,'' the New Jersey schoolchildren sang with glee. "Mmmm... mmmm... mmmm.'' "Hooray Mr. President, we're really proud of you,'' they chimed. "He said that all must lend a hand, to make this country strong again.''......
  • Coast Guard training: Matter of timing?

     
    by Mark Silva and updated at 12:15 pm EDT Anyone with an eye on a television set in Washington this morning was transfixed for a moment as the cable news flashed reports of the Coast Guard firing several rounds on......
  • Democrats, "with a little D"

     
    by Mark Silva Out on the grass mall where protesters have camped, marched and clashed, thousands of poetry- prose- and history-lovers huddled under tents shielding them from a steady, cold drizzle, reminded by a best-selling Iranian writer and freshly...
  • Health care, debt and taxes: GOP

     
    by Mark Silva Debt and taxes. That's what Americans stand to get from the health-care reform that Democrars are pressing, Republican Sen. Johnny Isakson says in his party's weekly address. "Americans have been calling us and e-mailing us,'' the senator......
  • U.S. 'shoulder to shoulder' with Europe

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama, joining other world leaders in calling on Iran to comply with international nuclear regulations -- after the exposure of a once-secret uranium enrichment plant -- maintains that the U.S. and allies are more united.......
  • Health-care reform: Americans warming?

     
    by Mark Silva Is it possible that the public is warming to the idea of health-care reform? Researchers at the Kaiser Family Foundation say they have measured a shift in attitudes in a new Health Tracking Poll. Fifty-seven percent of......
  • Bev Gallagher, civics booster

     
    Before her world crumbled in a federal corruption sting, Broward school board member Bev Gallagher touted the virtues of civics lessons to those who objected to the broadcast of President Obama???s back-to-school speech in classrooms. Earlier this month,...