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MLK Memorial Dedication in D.C.
After being delayed by weather, President Obama is set to make keynote speech.
Obama Asks Black Caucus to March With Him
President Obama told the Congressional Black Caucus Saturday evening that he understands their frustration with high black unemployment, but that needs them not to lose hope. “Stop complaining. Stop grumbling. Stop crying. We are going to press on. We’ve got work to do,” he said....
World News (08.12.09)
Welcome to world news tonight game rising from. Massive amounts of government spending said the federal deficit soaring to a stunning record. Marine assault US forces go on the offensive in Afghanistan storming Taliban held town and facing heavy enemy fire. Over the limit a devastating crash what's
'Agents of Change' Receive Highest Honors
Obama bestows 16 extraordinary individuals with Presidential Medals of Freedom.
Obama honors 'agents of change'
President Obama on Wednesday presented the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest U.S. civilian honor, to 16 actors, athletes, activists, scientists and humanitarians. Among those honored at a White House ceremony were former Irish president and U.N. human rights commissioner Mary Robinson,
Obama Honors “Agents of Change”
ABC News’ Sarah Tobianski reports: President Obama put briefly on hold his quest for health care reform to honor sixteen “agents of change” with the Medal of Freedom today, the country’s highest civilian award. “At a moment when cynicism and...
The Note: Flurry of New Ads in Health Debate -- Groups Battle Over Plan’s Impact on Business
The health-care battle is heating up with a flurry of new television ads, writes ABC News' Deputy Political Director Teddy Davis.
Ted Kennedy Receives Presidential Medal of Freedom in Absentia
Today at a White House ceremony, President Obama awarded Sen. Edward Kennedy a Presidential Medal of Freedom , the nation's highest civilian honor. Kennedy did not attend the ceremony. His oldest child, Kara Kennedy, accepted the award on his behalf. Also present were his other children, Ted Jr. --
The Dawn of American Radio
ABC's Bill Diehl sits down with Anthony Rudel, author of "Hello Everybody."
Inauguration: A Day of Change
It began. In the dark. Dawn broke and the people came down the streets of Washington and they came civic pilgrims. Headed for a rendezvous with American destiny. To be in Washington today it was to be in this city transformed. Perhaps only for a moment. From hard nosed hard edged political capital