Politics & Government

April 29, 2009 6:44 PM

100 days: Obama makes broad assurances to country

President Barack Obama marked his first 100 days in office Wednesday with a broad assurance that the country is on the road to recovery and that there is no cause for panic on threats ranging from the swine flu to nuclear weapons in Pakistan.

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