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'I have absolutely no doubt that we will be able to transfer control of this operation to an international coalition,' President Obama said Tuesday.
President Obama said that "it is U.S. policy that Gadhafi has to go." But, he said, the international air campaign has a more limited goal -- to protect civilians.
The president is seeking to strengthen economic ties with the region's growing economies, especially Brazil.
The president said "turmoil and tragedy around the globe" can affect America's prosperity and underscore the importance of maintaining close economic relations with neighboring countries.
'We do not expect harmful levels of radiation to reach the United States, whether it's the West Coast, Hawaii, Alaska, or U.S. territories in the Pacific,' Obama said in an address from the Rose Garden.
Prime Minister Enda Kenny will celebrate the saint's day at the White House, but he also came to Washington to rebuild his nation's tarnished economic reputation.
Here's what self-defense expert Melissa Soalt says female journalists need to have: The mindset of a Marine, the heart of a lioness, and the knowledge of a security director.
Officials in small British communities are using social media to publicize their services and address local problems. But technology alone won't create change -- volunteerism must flourish too.
The U.S. government pressed hard Saturday for 61-year-old Alan Gross' release -- and he can still appeal his prison sentence to Cuba's highest court.
"We've been having this conversation for nearly four decades now." Vowing not to hand reform off to the next administration, Obama said, "I think the American people are tired of that. They're tired of talk."
Foreign leaders offer high-end goodies to the president, the first family and others in the name of diplomacy. They aren't allowed to keep most of the stuff, but it would be bad manners to say no.
The exercise in democracy, happening in more than 1,200 cities around the world, lets ordinary people directly decide how a portion of their municipal budget is spent.
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