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President Barack Obama holds a press conference in the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House.
December 19, 2014.
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This week, the President traveled to Fort Dix to thank our troops, took action to protect Alaska's Bristol Bay, and announced historic changes to America's relationship with Cuba. That's December 12th to December 18th or, "Todos Somos Americanos."Read More
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker and U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman hosted a Chinese delegation led by Vice Premier Wang Yang for the 25th session of the U.S.-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade (JCCT), which took place in Chicago. At the conclusion of the discussions, the United States announced key outcomes in the areas of agricultural market access, intellectual property rights protection, innovation policies, and competition law enforcement. Through
sustained engagement over the course of this past year, the United States and
Guest blog post by Raul Cisneros, director, Center for New
Media and Promotion and Rebecca Blash, chief, Center for Enterprise Dissemination Services and Consumer
Innovation (CEDSCI), U.S. Census Bureau
Today, Senior Advisor Dan Pfeiffer joined the new publishing platform Medium -- authoring a post that reflects on the incredible amount of progress made in 2014 despite some claims that the President had "the worst year in Washington." Moving forward, he will continue to post important highlights, insights, and reflections on the President's agenda.
(For more posts from across the Administration, be sure to also follow President Obama and the White House on Medium, as well.)
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