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Relentless Incompetence: Americans are Giving Up on Obama

by Vanity Press News in History, June 6, 2014

Relentless Incompetence: Americans Are Giving Up on Obama.

White House Apologizes to Lawmakers Over Secret POW Swap

by Vanity Press News in History, June 5, 2014

White House apologizes to lawmakers over secret POW swap.

In The Next Few Weeks, Nasa Will Release a List of Projects Ever Undertaken

by coinskanor in History, June 4, 2014

In the next few weeks, NASA will release a list of projects ever undertaken.

Why Bodacious Women Would be Insane Not to Vote

by RosenthalDelphia in History, June 2, 2014

Why Bodacious Women Would Be Insane Not To Vote.

Shinseki Exit is Outside Obama Playbook

by Vanity Press News in History, June 1, 2014

Shinseki exit is outside Obama playbook.

GOP Bristles Over Obama Pressure on Immigration

by Vanity Press News in History, May 31, 2014

GOP bristles over Obama pressure on immigration.

White House Spokesman Jay Carney Official Resigns

by LnB in History, May 30, 2014

WASHINGTON – White House spokesman and communications coordinator for U.S. President Barack Obama, Jay Carney, quit to devote himself to the White House.

Obama Seeks to Recast Postwar Foreign Policy

by Vanity Press News in History, May 30, 2014

Obama seeks to recast postwar foreign policy.

Obama to Warn Against Over-reaching Foreign Policy in West Point Address

by Vanity Press News in History, May 25, 2014

Obama to warn against ‘over-reaching’ foreign policy in West Point address.

Discover The History of Washington Dc’s Most Famous Landmarks

by adiyrie in History, May 23, 2014

Washington D.C was planned and developed in the late 18th century, purposely being built to serve as the permanent national capital, with a federal district being formed to keep the national capital distinct from the states. With all three branches of the U.S government located in the city, as well as the headquarters of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, Washington D.C has long been the political core of America – a fact emphasized by some of the awe inspiring monuments and attractions located in the city.

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