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Obama Pays Tribute At Edward M. Kennedy Institute Opening

“What more fitting tribute, what better testament to the life of Ted Kennedy, than this place that he left for a new generation of Americans — a monument not to himself but to what we, the people, have the power to do together,” Obama said.

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President Obama To Visit Kenya For Entrepreneurial Summit

The summit in Kenya will focus on generating new investments in entrepreneurs, with a particular focus on women and young people.

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Students Protests Republican 2016 Federal Budget

Students took to the Capitol grounds in protest over the freezing cap Republicans issued on the Pell Grant, an educational grant normally calculated on current economic conditions and income-based needs.

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GDP Grew By 2.2 Percent In Final Quarter Of 2014

The rate is unchanged from the previous estimate released in February.

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Senate Republicans Claim Saudi Arabia Has Lost Faith In U.S.

Adel Al-Jubeir, the Saudi Ambassador to the United States, denied the Senators claims, saying that the Saudi government is “working very closely with the U.S., consulting very closely with the U.S.

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Japan Prime Minister Abe To Address Congress In April

Prime Minister Abe will become the first Japanese leader to address a joint meeting of the United States Congress.

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Romney Claims He Wouldn’t Have Made Bergdahl Trade

(2012 RNC) Luke Vargas

The Army announced this week that Bergdahl will be charged with desertion and misbehavior.

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Indiana Gov. Signs ‘Religious Freedom’ Bill Into Law

Opponents argue that the law could allow business owners to turn away gay and lesbian customers in the name of religious freedom.

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House Passes Bipartisan Medicare “Doc Fix” Bill

The bill permanently fixes the Medicare reimbursement rate for medical doctors and includes a two year extension for a health insurance program for children.

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House Leadership At Odds Over Passed Federal Budget

Speaking to reporters Thursday, House Speaker John Boehner and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi laid out their arguments for and against the budget the House passed on Wednesday

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LISTEN: The Day Ahead – March 31, 2015

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A deadline for Iranian nuclear negotiations, U.S.-Cuba talks resume and a third annual Syria humanitarian fund-raising conference begins in Kuwait.

Iran Nuclear Deadline Nears… Again

Will negotiators meet the March 31 deadline?

LISTEN: The World in 2:00 – March 30, 2015

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The Italian Coast Guard mobilizes to prevent Islamic State attacks from Libya while the U.S. pursues ‘psy-ops’ in Raqqa, Syria.

Assad: ISIL Is Expanding In Syria

And there have been 1,300 coalition airstrikes against ISIL targets in the country since last summer.

Obama Pays Tribute At Edward M. Kennedy Institute Opening

“What more fitting tribute, what better testament to the life of Ted Kennedy, than this place that he left for a new generation of Americans — a monument not to himself but to what we, the people, have the power to do together,” Obama said.

Connecticut To Halt State-Funded Travel To Indiana Over ‘Religious Freedom’ Bill

Dan Malloy

“When new laws turn back the clock on progress, we can’t sit idly by. We are sending a message that discrimination won’t be tolerated,” Gov. Malloy said.