Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Dems, GOP invited to White House
Seattle Post Intelligencer
President Obama has invited the Republican and Democratic leaders of the House and the Senate to the White House on Nov. 18, the first week of Congress's ...
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Why White House may cave on Bush tax cuts
Washington Post (blog)
By Adam Serwer As Greg pointed out yesterday, the White House has been indicating a willingness to "compromise" with Republicans on the Bush tax cuts, ...
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Obama invites Dems, GOP to White House
White House press secretary Robert Gibbs told reporters that the guest list for the meeting will also include House leaders Eric Cantor, ...
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White House: Yemen needs to share more intel
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) — A senior administration official says the White House is pressing Yemen to share more intelligence and provide more access to al-Qaida ...
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$200 million a day? White House says no
Chicago Sun-Times
... Morrell called "absolutely absurd." White House spokesman Robert Gibbs was asked Thursday if he was "denying" that the trip would cost $200 million a day.
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WHITE HOUSE NOTEBOOK: Dancing Michelle Obama shows first ladies often are ...
The Canadian Press
MUMBAI, India — President Barack Obama tried hard to avoid it, but he couldn't escape being pulled into a dance by schoolchildren celebrating the Indian ...
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After loss, Sink calls White House "tone-deaf"
AP MIAMI -- Fresh off a narrow loss in Florida's gubernatorial race, Democrat Alex Sink is expressing some frustration with the White House. ...
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Henry in the House: Does Obama get it?
CNN International
By Ed Henry, CNN Senior White House Correspondent It was obvious during Wednesday's news conference that Obama wasn't going to talk about changing course, ...
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White House says confident of recouping all GM funds
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House said on Thursday it was confident the government would recoup all the funds it had invested in General Motors to help ...
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What's next for Pelosi and Democrats in Congress?
Washington Post
White House deputy chief of staff and senior adviser to George W. Bush; Wall Street Journal columnist; Fox News contributor Pelosi is a damaged, ...
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Washington Post

White House Pushes Back on Tax Cuts for Wealthy - NYTimes.com
While President Obama signaled interest in finding common ground with Republicans, the White House on Thursday drew a firmer line against making permanent Bush-era tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans.
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Arianna Huffington: In 2009 the White House Underestimated the ...
By Arianna Huffington
In the end, the 2010 midterms came down to a very simple truth: if unemployment were near double digits come November, Democrats would take a beating. It is, and they have. Exit polls found that nearly nine in ten voters believe the ...
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White House Talking Points Suggest Veto Of Health Care Repeal | TPMDC
By Brian Beutler
In his press conference this morning, President Obama said he'd be willing to tweak and improve his signature initiatives, particularly health care reform. But in new talking points sent my way, the White House makes clear that he will ...
TPMDC - http://tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/
Statement by the White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs on the ...
By The White House
The White House Office of National AIDS Policy convenes a meeting on HIV and aging to discuss to raise awareness about people who are aging with HIV or contracting HIV as seniors. November 01, 2010 4:53 PM EDT ...
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Sink blames loss on Obama White House « Hot Air
By Ed Morrissey
Sink wouldn't have had to worry about the performance of the White House, if she hadn't married herself to everyone of their policies. Everytime Obama advanced his agenda there was another press release from Sink applauding the effort ...
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