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  1. Obama, First 100 Days

  2. Barack and Michelle Obama, Election Night, 2008

  3. 2008 Presidential Election

  4. Obama Inauguration, Jan. 20, 2009

  5. Obama Signs Order Closing Guantanamo Bay Prison Jan. 22

  6. Obama Repeals Order Restricting Abortion Funding

  7. Obama Press Conference

  8. Gov. Bill Richardson, NM

  9. Sen. Judd Gregg (R-NH)

  10. Tom Daschle, Former Sen. (D-SD)

  11. $787 Recovery & Relief Bill, Feb. 17

  12. Obama Budget, Feb 26, Deficits

  13. US DEBT COMPARISON

  14. Obama on Jay Leno, Mar. 19

  15. Obama “Fires” GM CEO Rick Wagoner

  16. Obama’s and British Royals

  17. Michelle Obama and Queen Elizabeth

  18. Obama Nuclear Proliferation Speech, Prague, April 5

  19. Uncertainty on Missile Defense in Poland and Czech Republic

  20. Obama in Turkey, Apr. 6-7

  21. Presidents Barack Obama of the US & Danilo Tuerk of Slovenia Talk in Istanbul

  22. Obama in Iraq, Plans to Pull Combat Troops by Aug. 2010

  23. Expanding the War in Afghanistan

  24. Rescue of Captain Phillips Apr. 12

  25. Bush Era “Torture” Memos Released, Apr. 16

  26. Sen. Arlen Specter (R-PA) Becomes a Democrat Apr. 28

  27. Republicans Losing Ground, 2004-09

  28. Retiring US Supreme Ct Justice David Souter

  29. Taliban in Pakistan

  30. Iran, Negotiations

  31. North Korea

  32. Pollution and Global Warming

  33. US Health Care Mess

  34. World Military Spending

  35. US Share of Military Spending

  36. Increases in Military Spending

  37. US Defense Spending Trend, 1994-2014

  38. Operational Nuclear WeaponsFederation American Scientists