Political Headlines April 30, 2013: President Barack Obama in Second 100th Day Press Conference Defends FBI Over Boston, Won’t Commit to Action Against Syria

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Obama Defends FBI Over Boston, Won’t Commit to Action Against Syria

Source: ABC News Radio, 4-30-13

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In his first press conference since the Boston Marathon bombing, President Obama defended the FBI and said Americans will continue to go on about their lives.

During the wide-ranging question and answer session with reporters, he also said more investigation is required to determine if it was the Syrian government that used chemical weapons on its people….READ MORE

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Political Headlines April 21, 2013: President Barack Obama & National Security Team Meet After Arrest of Bombing Suspect

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Obama, National Security Team Meet After Arrest of Bombing Suspect

Source: ABC News Radio, 4-21-13

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President Obama and his national security team met on Saturday in the wake of Friday night’s dramatic arrest of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the surviving suspect of the terror attack at the Boston Marathon.

The weekend meeting lasted 90 minutes and was attended by FBI Director Robert Mueller, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, CIA director John Brennan, Attorney General Eric Holder and other members of the National Security Council, according to a White House statement….READ MORE

Political Headlines April 18, 2013: House Speaker John Boehner & Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi on Upcoming Congressional Showdowns

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Boehner, Pelosi on Upcoming Congressional Showdowns

Source: ABC News Radio, 4-18-13

Photographer: Olivier Douliery/Pool via Bloomberg

After a “rough” week across the country, House Speaker John Boehner and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi both addressed tragedy and strategy in their weekly news conferences on Thursday, offering their condolences to those affected by the Boston Marathon bombings and the fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas.

“Words alone cannot console the loved ones, but we will do what we can to care for them,” Pelosi, D-Calif., said. “With the investigation ongoing, we will make sure that justice is done.”

“Our hearts go out to the victims and the people of Boston,” Boehner, R-Ohio, added. “[I’m] glad the president’s up there today, and I add my prayers to his.”…READ MORE

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