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Obama Family on the Move

President-elect Barack Obama's family has moved to Washington, D.C. The Obamas will stay at the historic Hay-Adams Hotel until the Blair House, a guest house where presidents-elect traditionally stay before the inauguration, is vacant. Following the family's move, President-elect Obama visited Congressional leadership to discuss plans for an upcoming economic stimulus package.

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Obama Arrives in Style
Article | With a brief glance out his car window -- barely visible through cordons of Secret Service officers, black SUVs and security barricades -- the soon-to-be leader of the free world bid a brief hello last night to the town he will now call home and to his new neighbors: scores of spectators camped o...
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'The Nation's Square'
Article | From an office high above 16th Street in downtown Lafayette Square, Maureen Collins, a secretary for the AFL-CIO, often steals a moment to peer down at the entrance of the Hay-Adams Hotel, trying to catch a glimpse of history.

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