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A Century Later, White House Will Not Call Armenian Murders “Genocide”

A 1947 photo of the original United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide.  UN Photo.

“I know there are some who are hoping to hear different language this year and we understand their perspective,” White House Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz said.

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Warren Fights Back, Hits Obama On TPP Transparency

“I love Elizabeth. We’re allies on a whole host of issues. But she’s wrong on this,” Obama said on Tuesday.

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Florida Gov Declined Tarmac Visit

Obama is set to deliver comments on climate change while in Scott’s state.

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Pentagon: Warships Off Yemeni Coast Give U.S. “Options”

There are now nine American warships off Yemen’s coast.

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First Lady To to Address 2015 Graduating Seniors

Michelle Obama will deliver commencement speeches at Tuskegee University, Oberlin College and King College Prep in Chicago, IL as part of her Reach Higher initiative.

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Poll: Obama’s Approval Rating On The Rise

President Obama speaking at the annual National Prayer Breakfast in Washington. February 5th, 2014.

Obama’s increasing approval ratings come at a time when more Americans are feeling optimistic about the current state of the economy, the poll finds.

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Obama And Italian Leader Pledge Cooperation Over Extremism

Obama and the Prime Minister agreed that Italy is at a particular risk because of its geographic proximity to North Africa where violent extremism has grown in the last several years

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Obama Defends New Trade Deal Policy

The new trade deal leaves some Democrats fearful of job outsourcing and lax labor and environmental regulations

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Obama Signs “Doc Fix” Legislation

The bill will permanently establish the Medicare reimbursement rate for doctors in what the White House claims will increase quality care to Medicare recipients

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Bipartisan Agreement Gives Obama Fast Track Authority On Trade Deal

The Bipartisan Congressional Trade Priorities and Accountability Act was unveiled on Thursday, giving Obama fast-track authority in trade negotiations with members of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

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7.8 Earthquake Hits Capital City Of Nepal, Death Toll Exceeds 1,500

With a population of 700,000, the earthquake has left the capital city of Kathmandu in rubbles with many still feared trapped and missing

LISTEN: The Weekend Ahead – April 25-27, 2015

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White House correspondents enjoy their yearly gala on Saturday, the world’s least happy nation votes for its president and a major EU-Ukraine summit begins Monday.

Holder Bids Farewell

“This is something that has meant the world to me, it has helped define me as an individual and as a lawyer, as a man,” Holder said in his farewell speech.

LISTEN: The World in 2:00 – April 24, 2015

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The White House explains its drone policy after the death of two hostages in Pakistan and the latest World Happiness Report reveals the stark impact of the Great Recession.

Statue Of Liberty Evacuated

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The monument was evacuated after a reported suspicious package was discovered on the grounds.

Mitt Romney On Clinton Foundation Donations: ‘It looks like bribery’

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is facing criticism over money donated to her family’s foundation while serving as Secretary of State in trade for approved uranium sales