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President Obama's first State of the Union address

President Obama used his first State of the Union address to address the partisanship on Capitol Hill and lay out legislative goals, including a jobs bill, health-care reform and education programs.

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After a tough year, a tougher tone
Article | At 9:06 p.m. Wednesday, President Obama entered the House chamber, prompted by the same official introduction he received there one year ago. He walked down the same aisle, shook many of the same hands, stepped to the same lectern and spoke to a national audience plagued by the same feelings of f...

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