The Yes-We-Can President Faces a Twilight of Maybes
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Barack Obama once rode a yes-we-can campaign all the way to the White House. Now, entering the twilight of his presidency, he is seeing the power to achieve his ambitions running out. [Full Story]
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The Yes-We-Can President Faces a Twilight of Maybes
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