Obama begins his first full day as president

(AP) - President Barack Obama starts his first fullday on the job in prayer. He plans to end it with talks on twomajor issues. The

WASHINGTON - (AP) - President Barack Obama starts his first fullday on the job in prayer. He plans to end it with talks on twomajor issues. The president's attending a worship service at Washington'sNational Cathedral, and will also welcome hundreds of members ofthe public at an open house in his new home. Then the heavy lifting begins. Obama's expected to meet with hiseconomic team on the stimulus plan and with his Iraq war advisers. In his inaugural address yesterday, Obama declared that "boldand swift" action is needed to right America's economy. Obamapledged to "begin to responsibly leave Iraq to its people andforge a hard-earned peace in Afghanistan." The Senate approved six members of Obama's Cabinet within hoursof the swearing-in. Obama calls for a remaking of America The inauguration of Barack Obama

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