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Latest Arne Duncan Items
By expanding its "Race to the Top" education grant contest to the district level, the Obama administration has left some state education chiefs feeling elbowed out, saying Washington is trying to establish itself as the national school board.
The Obama administration is taking its signature "Race to the Top" education grant competition to the micro level.
This week President Obama, Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Education Secretary Arne Duncan all expressed publicly their support for homosexual marriage ("Obama 'evolves' to support of gay marriage," Web, Wednesday).
North Carolina voters made their state the 32nd in the nation to recognize marriage as a union of only one man and one woman.
When it comes to same-sex "marriage," President Obama is a commitment-phobe. He keeps putting his political partners off by saying his position is "evolving." He should just come out and take the plunge.
President Obama is "comfortable" with full legal rights for same-sex couples but still doesn't support gay marriage, his spokesman said Monday as the administration scrambled to clarify comments by Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. supporting gay marriage.
President Obama is "comfortable" with full legal rights for same-sex couples, but still doesn't support gay marriage, his spokesman said Monday as the administration scrambled to clarify comments by Vice President Joseph R. Biden in support of such unions.
Carrie Bradshaw might not be a role model at the elementary school, but the Obama administration hopes Sarah Jessica Parker can be.
Eager to energize young voters, President Obama is depicting Republicans as obstacles to an affordable college education, using his Internet and radio address Saturday to preview an argument he will take on the road this week to university campuses in states crucial to his re-election.