July 6, 2012

Weekly Online Resources Round-up

During the past couple of weeks the U.S. has experienced several devastating natural disasters: wildfires in Colorado, tropical storms in Florida, and violent storms resembling hurricanes in the eastern U.S. Emergencies were declared in Colorado, Florida, Maryland, West Virginia, Ohio, the District of Columbia and Virginia, leaving 3 million without power during a heat wave. […]

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June 22, 2012

Weekly Online Resources Round-up

This week the National Weather Service has reported record breaking temperatures. Extreme heat is not only uncomfortable, but it can be very dangerous. So this week we have rounded-up resources to help you and your family plan for and reduce the effects of extreme heat. Keep yourself and your family cool when the heat peaks […]

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June 18, 2012

The White House Blog: On the Clock – Explaining Refinance in 60 Seconds (Or Less)

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Ed note:  This blog post originally appeared on whitehouse.gov/blog. Over the past two weeks, we’ve asked you to raise your voice about the President’s plan to help owners, and your response has been overwhelming. In case you still have questions about how the President’s proposal works, we asked Jim Parrott, Senior Advisor for Housing at […]

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June 6, 2012

The White House Blog: Reaching Out to Fight Veteran Homelessness

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Reaching Out to Fight Veteran Homelessness By Rosye Cloud Published June 5, 2012 Ed note:  This blog post originally appeared on whitehouse.gov/blog. The White House would like to congratulate the finalists dedicated to providing resources to our homeless veterans. On March 19, 2012, the VA Innovation Initiative (VAi2) launched Project REACH (Real-time Electronic Access for Caregivers […]

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May 23, 2012

West Wing Week: 5/11 – 5/17 “Reach High and Hope Deeply”

Ed note: This posting originally appeared on whitehouse.gov. Last week, the President discussed his plan to help responsible homeowners in Reno, gave the commencement address at Barnard College, honored law enforcement officers, awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously for heroism in the Vietnam War, and continued to call on Congress to act on a “To […]

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