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  • President Obama to hold Iftar dinner: Five facts about the Muslim ceremony

    President Obama to hold Iftar dinner: Five facts about the Muslim ceremony

    Continuing a tradition first started by one of the nation’s Founding Fathers, President Obama will host an iftar dinner Wednesday evening at 8:30 in the State Dining Room to celebrate the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. The president is no stranger to the sunset fast-breaking meal – he likely attended many as a boy in Indonesia – but Wednesday’s event comes with a star-studded guest list and an agenda: reaching out to an important, and often embattled constituency.

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  • Cause of Indianapolis explosion still unknown

    Authorities are investigating an enormous explosion that killed two people, and left an Indianapolis neighborhood uninhabitable Saturday night. Bombs have been ruled out as the cause of the explosion. 

  • President Obama to hold Iftar dinner: Five facts about the Muslim ceremony

    President Obama to hold Iftar dinner: Five facts about the Muslim ceremony

    Continuing a tradition first started by one of the nation’s Founding Fathers, President Obama will host an iftar dinner Wednesday evening at 8:30 in the State Dining Room to celebrate the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. The president is no stranger to the sunset fast-breaking meal – he likely attended many as a boy in Indonesia – but Wednesday’s event comes with a star-studded guest list and an agenda: reaching out to an important, and often embattled constituency.

  • Why 'tea party' defenders won't let N-word claims rest

    Why 'tea party' defenders won't let N-word claims rest

    Black congressmen's charges that they faced 15 N-word slings from 'tea partyers' in the run-up to the health-care vote tarred the movement. Will tea party insistence that the lawmakers present evidence help US move to a 'post-shame' era?

  • Obama wants Super Bowl decided by negotiation?

    The Vote Obama wants Super Bowl decided by negotiation?

    President Obama is hosting a Super Bowl party tomorrow and former Senator Fred Thompson said Obama wants it decided by negotiation.

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