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The National Education Association — the nation's largest education union — has endorsed President Obama's 2012 re-election campaign.
Businesses big and small aren't buying President Obama's claim that he's reducing the burden of costly federal regulations, a major barrier to job growth.
Vice President Joe Biden is taking to Twitter.
Fox News says its political Twitter account was hacked and apologizes for any distress caused by tweets reporting President Barack Obama's assassination.
Parades, fireworks and celebrations large and small across the region largely went off as planned Monday, dodging the threat of thunderstorms that created so much havoc earlier in the holiday weekend.
The aviation industry is scrambling to defend itself after President Obama last week singled out private jets in his scathing remarks on eliminating corporate tax breaks.
The United States marked the 235th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence with parades, fireworks, barbecues — plus presidential campaigning, a White House birthday and competitive eating.
Now appearing on Twitter: Vice President Joe Biden.
A homemade wind chime with the word "Whining" under a red slash is made from metal parts put in his leg after a parachute accident. Every Sunday he trims his crew cut. He didn't join the Army willingly, but as Command Sgt. Maj. Jeff Mellinger prepares to retire, he's grateful he found his calling.