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Justin's Journey to Mental Health
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President's Weekly Address: Housing and Homeownership
Obama urges Congress to give all responsible homeowners the chance to refinance and save money on their mortgages.
Former Obama Campaign Staffer Charts New Course
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Blacks Brace for Social Security Cuts
The Obama administration is considering changes that may leave the lives of Black Social Security recipients hanging in the balance.
President's Weekly Address: Building a Thriving Middle Class
Obama discusses his belief that a rising, thriving middle class is the true engine of economic growth.
The President Tells Morehouse Grads to Be a "Good Role Model"
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Obama Addresses Devastation in Oklahoma
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