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Monday, February 23, 2009

National Clean Energy Project- Building the New Economy PT 3 (FINAL)



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National Clean Energy Project- Building the New Economy PT 2



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National Clean Energy Project- Building the New Economy PT 1



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Post-Fiscal Responsibility Summit

Post-Fiscal Responsibility Summit remarks from President Obama and members of Congress.

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Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen

Wisconsin's 43rd Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen speaks at GOPAC conference. (Florida, 2008)

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News Conference- National Clean Energy Project- Building the New Economy

The Center for American Progress Action Fund and John Podesta hosted a forum entitled ?ational Clean Energy Project: Building the New Economy" on Monday, February 23, 2009 in Washington, DC. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is Honorary Chair. The half-day event brought together a select group of high-level government, business, labor and advocacy group leaders with a focus on developing a plan and key guiding principles to lead the transformation of U.S. energy policy and to reduce the nation's dependence on foreign oil. President William Jefferson Clinton, Vice President Al Gore, Energy Secretary Steven Chu, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Senator Jeff Bingaman (D-NM), Representative Ed Markey (D-MA), energy executive T. Boone Pickens, and leaders from government, business, labor, and the non-profit communities. The National Clean Energy Project builds on the August 2008 ?ational Clean Energy Summit?sponsored by Senator Reid, CAPAF, the University of Nevada Las Vegas. The participants in the summit concluded that inadequate access to transmission was one of the most significant barriers to widespread development of renewable energy. This forum focuses on modernizing and expanding the electricity grid, integrating energy efficiency and distributed generation into operation and regulation, rapidly increasing transmission capacity for renewable energy, and reducing our nation's dependence on foreign oil by examining short- and long-term solutions to replace foreign oil with domestic resources to fuel vehicles and trucks, including natural gas. 7266

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Gibbs and Takes 2/23/09

Gibbs and Takes 2/23/09

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Twitter Buzz

Twitter Buzz: ODonnell with McCaskill and Cillizza

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President Obama at Fiscal Responsibility Summit

President Obama at Fiscal Responsibility Summit, opening remarks.

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Highlights of Obama with Governors

Highlights of Obama with Governors

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Democratic Govs on meeting

Democratic Govs on meeting

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Obama addresses governors at White House

President Obama addresses the Governors.

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Obama- "Too polite when the press is around"

Obama: "Too polite when the press is around"

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Morning Show Roundup 2/23/09

Morning Show Roundup 2/23/09

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Morning Show Roundup 2/23/09

Morning Show Roundup 2/23/09

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John Ziegler- "Come clean, Matt [Lauer]!"

John Ziegler: "Come clean, Matt [Lauer]!"

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Politico Playback 2/23/09

Politico Playback 2/23/09

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Gov. Dinner Mingling

Gov. Dinner Mingling

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Americans Want Obama's Speech to Focus on Economy

As President Obama prepares to address Congress and the nation tonight, 74% of Americans would most like to see him talk about hte economy, including jobs, the economic stimulus package, the banking situation, and the housing crisis.

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Raw Video- Bizarre Police Chase Ends at Airport

A drunk driving suspect, who led police on a high-speed chase that ended at a valet parking area at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, claims she was running because she thought the police chasing her were Nazis. (Feb. 23)

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Ginsburg Is Back at Supreme Court After Surgery

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is back at work at a public session of the Supreme Court, 18 days after undergoing surgery for pancreatic cancer. (Feb. 23)

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Official- Obama Likely to Name Locke to Commerce

A senior administration official says that President Barack Obama's likely third pick for Commerce secretary is former Washington Gov. Gary Locke. (Feb. 23)

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Man Shoots Tv After Provider Cuts Cable Service

A man in Webb City, Missouri has been charged with unlawful use of a weapon because he shot his TV after his cable service was turned off. (Feb. 23)

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Guantanamo Detainee Free After 4 Years in Prison

A former British resident who claims he was brutally tortured at a covert CIA site in Morocco has been freed from Guantanamo after nearly seven years in U.S. captivity, an ordeal that could come back to haunt the U.S. and British governments. (Feb. 23)

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Sri Lankan Gov't Rejects Rebels' Call for Truce

Sri Lanka's separatist Tamil rebels, facing likely defeat on the battlefield, sent a letter to the United Nations on Monday saying they were ready for a cease-fire. The government immediately rejected the offer. (Feb. 23)

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Obama- $15B From Stimulus Going to Medicaid Plan

President Barack Obama told the nation's governors Monday that the administration is quickly releasing $15 billion from the stimulus package to help them cover soaring Medicaid costs. (Feb. 23)

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Obama Declares Plan to Cut Deficit in Half

President Barack Obama vowed Monday to cut the country's budget deficit in half by the end of his first term. (Feb. 23)

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Wis. Msgr. Dolan Welcomed As Next NY Archbishop

Milwaukee Archbishop Timothy M. Dolan, a defender of Roman Catholic orthodoxy who led an elite seminary for U.S. priests and became known for his energy, wit and warmth, was named archbishop of New York on Monday. (Feb. 23)

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Poor Economy Doesn't Damper Mardi Gras Party

While most Americans are stashing their cash, hundreds of thousands are spending their way through the Big Easy to celebrate Mardi Gras. (Feb. 23)

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NYC Grandmom Charged With Killing Grandson

A grandmother was arrested on a second-degree murder charge Sunday in the death of her 4-year-old grandson, who died of a blow to his head, authorities said. (Feb. 23)

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Grand Jury to Consider Charges in Levy Case

A grand jury in the nation's capital has been convened to consider charges against the Salvadoran immigrant suspected in the death of former congressional intern Chandra Levy. (Feb. 23)

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Protests Continue Over NY Post Cartoon

Protesters continue to show their displeasure with the New York Post over a cartoon, that was published last week. People burned copies of The Post on Sunday. The New York Post has issued an apology for the cartoon. (Feb. 23)

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Something 'Fishy' About Popular Pedicure?

A trendy pedicure with fish that nibble dead skin from the feet has been nipped in the bud. The Florida Board of Cosmetology has banned the procedure, even before it was known to be offered anywhere in the state. (Feb. 23)

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Report- Gov't Could Take a Bigger Chunk of Citi

The Wall Street Journal, citing people familiar with the situation, said late Sunday that Citigroup Inc. is negotiating with authorities to increase the U.S. government's stake in the teetering lender to as much as 40 percent. (Feb. 23)

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Your Money- Digital Television

Many TV stations recently cut off their analog signals, causing sets to go dark in households that were not prepared for digital television AP Personal Finance Editor Trevor Delaney explains offers up a checklist to test your compatibility. (Feb. 23)

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Feb. 23- Major Indexes Fall to 1997 Levels

The Dow Jones industrial average tumbled 251 points to its lowest close since Oct. 28, 1997, while the Standard & Poor's 500 index logged its lowest finish since April 11, 1997. (Feb. 23)

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Regulators Pledge to Shore Up Banks

Federal regulators said Monday they will launch a revamped program to shore up the nation's troubled banks that includes the option of increasing government ownership in financial institutions. (Feb. 23)

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Military gizmos on display at defence show

It's the biggest arms fair in the Middle East. The five-day IDEX 2009 defence show in Abu Dhabi. Every two years, major international arms dealers gather to secure plum contracts. But this year, the biennial fair is taking place amid a global economic slowdown.

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Taxation With Representation

On Monday, the Senate will tackle an issue that's as old as the nation itself. As Thalia Assuras reports, will the District of Columbia final receive a full vote in Congress?

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Obama Wants To Slash Deficit

President Obama's first budget lays the groundwork for slashing the federal deficit in half by the end of his first term, reports Bill Plante. Maggie Rodriguez asks an Obama official about the budget.

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WH Kitchen Welcomes Students

The Obamas host their first black-tie dinner at the White House, and culinary students get a taste of Barack Obama's favorite dishes from the first lady, reports Bill Plante.

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Lead In Chandra Levy Case

The cold case of murdered Washington D.C. intern Chandra Levy is reopened 8 years after evidence of a potential killer had been ignored. Harry Smith talked to Levy's parents.

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Finding another way to pay

The US dollar isn't the only money in town. In the city of Ithaca in upstate New York, there is an alternative local currency called ?ours?that thousands of people use every day.

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Obama Urges Fiscal Responsibility in Government

President Obama is urging the government to exercise fiscal responsibility during these tough economic times. The AP's Julie Pace reports on the president's efforts to slash the budget while spending to stimulate the economy. (Feb. 23)

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Nationalists risk ouster in Spain's Basque country poll

A bomb exploded Monday outside the headquarters of the Basque Socialist Party in the town of Lazkao just a few days before the region goes to the polls.

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Mumbai movie industry excited by Slumdog Millionaire Oscar win

India basks in the reflected glory of "Slumdog Millionaire" as the movie sweeps up eight Oscars at the Academy Awards in Los Angeles. But the news is received with mixed emotions in Mumbai's Dharavi shantytown, where much of the film is set.

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Mumbai slum dwellers take pride in "Slumdog" Oscars success

A world away from the glitz of the Oscars, residents of Dharavi slum in Mumbai hope the drama "Slumdog Millionaire will draw attention to their plight. 167 AFP

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Eyeing 2012, GOP Governors Step Into Spotlight

With an eye toward the 2012 presidential contest, leading Republicans used this weekend's National Governors Association meeting to lay out divergent views of President Obama's stimulus plan. (Feb. 22)

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Obama- Governors Understand Economic Troubles

President Obama told the nation's governors who were attending his first formal White House dinner, that all governors, despite party affiliation, need to work with Washington to help repair the economy. (Feb. 22)

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Madonna memorabilia on show

An exhibition dedicated to Madonna's outfits and personal knick-knacks has opened in London. Highlights include costumes worm by the singer in the film "Evita" and in many of her best-known pop videos. The show is being put on by an investment fund looking for big returns from Madonna-mania.

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Bombs threaten Egypt tourism industry anew

A deadly bomb attack near a Cairo bazaar threatens to cast a new shadow over Egypt's vital tourism industry, already badly hit by the global economic crisis.

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One-Month Ratings on Par with Recent Presidents

One month since taking office, President Barack Obama's 63% job approval rating is in line with where many of his predecessors stood at this stage.

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Fighting for gay rights in Lebanon

Lebanon is often presented as the exception in the Middle East -- liberal, multi-confessional, with a booming nightlife and expansive cultural offerings. But for gays and lesbians, it seems it's still risky to display their sexual preference.

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