A New Chief of Staff
Yesterday, President Obama announced that Jack Lew -- the Director of the Office of Management and Budget -- will replace Bill Daley as Chief of Staff.
President Barack Obama talks with Chief of Staff Bill Daley and Jack Lew, Director of the Office of Management and Budget, before making a statement to the press in the State Dining Room of the White House, Jan. 9, 2012. The President announced Daley’s resignation and that Lew will serve as his next chief of staff. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)
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Resurgence of the American Auto Industry
Since Chrysler and GM emerged from bankruptcy in June of 2009, the auto industry has added back more than 170,000 jobs, the best period of job growth in more than a decade.
Super Duper Space Toolbox
2011 SAVE Award winner Matthew Ritsko visits the White House to discuss his cost-cutting idea with President Obama.
Lowering Health Care Cost Growth to Get More Value for Consumers
Newly released statistics show that health care spending growth in 2009 and 2010 decreased to record lows
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7:45 AM: The Vice President hosts a breakfast with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
10:30 AM: The President and the Vice President receive the Presidential Daily Briefing
11:00 AM: The President meets with senior advisors
1:15 PM: Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jay Carney
2:45 PM: The President joins Administrator Lisa Jackson at an EPA event and makes brief remarks thanking the agency’s staff
3:30 PM: The President and the Vice President meet with Secretary of Defense Panetta
8:15 PM: The Vice President participates in a video teleconference with campaign supporters in New Hampshire
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