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10:44am

Fri December 20, 2013
Breaking

"Live" Coverage of Obama News Conference @ 2:00 pm

Tune in at 2:00 this afternoon (Friday) for NPR's "live" coverage of a Presidential News Conference

WEKU presents "live" coverage of President Obama’s press conference this afternoon at 2:00.   NPR tells us he’s likely to discuss the economy, health care and the NSA among other topics. 

Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson of Here & Now will host the special and will be joined from Washington by NPR Health Policy Correspondent Julie Rovner, National Security Correspondent Larry Abramson and White House Correspondent Scott Horsley.

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1:43pm

Sat August 31, 2013
Breaking

"Live" Coverage: President to Speak on Syria

From the NPR Two Way Blog: President Obama is expected to speak from the Rose Garden about Syria shortly, but a White House official says his remarks will not be about imminent military operations.

Instead, the official, who asked not to be named, said the president will update the public about his decision on how to proceed.

The president has been considering a limited military strike against Syria, but he said Friday that he hadn't yet made a decision.

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9:54am

Thu May 23, 2013
Breaking

Coverage of Presidential speech 2:00 pm today

Tune in for NPR's special coverage of the President's speech Thursday afternoon at 2:00 on the WEKU Stations.
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WEKU will carry NPR coverage of President Obama's speech at the National Defense University in Washington, DC. During the 2:00 pm talk, he is expected to announce major changes in US foreign policy regarding the use of drone air strikes overseas.

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12:13am

Tue March 6, 2012
Special News Programming

WEKU to carry Obama News Conference, KET Storm Special & Super Tuesday results

WEKU will broadcast three special news programs in the afternoon and evening of Tuesday March 6, 2012.

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3:58pm

Thu February 23, 2012
Station & Public Radio News

WEKU solicits comments about Keillor's political activity

Public radio’s Garrison Keillor has hosted a fundraiser for President Obama’s campaign for re-election.  In response, WEKU is interested in comments about this from our listeners and supporters.

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6:46am

Thu May 12, 2011
Politics in the Commonwealth

Governor Defends Oaks Time

Governor Steve Beshear says he didn’t  intend to give the wrong impression last week when he went to the Kentucky Oaks horse race instead of Fort Campbell where President Barack Obama was visiting.  Beshear has faced some criticism for not changing his schedule to meet the President, but the governor says he had to attend Oaks to meet with visiting business leaders who could bring jobs to Kentucky.

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4:28pm

Wed May 11, 2011
Eastern and Central Kentucky

Obama Accused of Keeping "Enemies List"

Speaking at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., suggested that President Barack Obama is keeping a Nixonian-styled “enemies list” for backing a labor group’s complaint against Boeing.

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4:03pm

Fri May 6, 2011
Eastern and Central Kentucky

NAACP Leader says Beshear Snubbed President

Calling the decision a foolish game of cat and mouse, the president of the Louisville NAACP says Gov. Steve Beshear is snubbing President Barack Obama, and it could cost him votes in the general election. Mr. Obama is making his first visit as president to the commonwealth Friday to meet with troops at Fort Campbell. He will also have a private meeting with members of the Navy SEAL team that killed al-Qaeda founder Osama bin Laden. But Beshear will miss the president’s visit in order to fulfill his Oak’s Day obligations instead.

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5:14pm

Thu May 5, 2011
Eastern and Central Kentucky

Derby Calls: Beshear Chooses Oaks Over Obama

According to the Associated Press, President Barack Obama will meet with members of the Navy SEAL team who killed al-Qaeda founder Osama bin Laden when he visits Fort Campbell in Kentucky on Friday. However, Governor Steve Beshear will not accompany the president during his first visit to the commonwealth.

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