U.S. Government Photos on Townhall

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              FILE - This June 15, 2012 file photo shows President Barack Obama announces that the U.S. government will stop deporting and begin granting work permits to younger illegal immigrants wh

    FILE - This June 15, 2012 file photo shows President Barack Obama announces that the U.S. government will stop deporting and begin granting work permits to younger illegal immigrants wh

    Posted: 1/19/2013 8:28:32 AM EST
    FILE - This June 15, 2012 file photo shows President Barack Obama announces that the U.S. government will stop deporting and begin granting work permits to younger illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as children and have since led law-abiding lives, in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington. Presidential terms are measured by sweeping laws and stirring events, but legacies are about enduring ideas. The one Barack Obama has in mind will drive most everything he tries to do in the next four years: assuring that America is a place where anyone can make it. (AP Photo/Haraz N. Ghanbari, File)
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              Loc Phan, foreground, and Kari Brown who both work for Hexcel which manufactures carbon fiber components for Boeing, look at a door on a disply model of part of the aircraft as Boeing c

    Loc Phan, foreground, and Kari Brown who both work for Hexcel which manufactures carbon fiber components for Boeing, look at a door on a disply model of part of the aircraft as Boeing c

    Posted: 1/11/2013 5:58:36 PM EST
    Loc Phan, foreground, and Kari Brown who both work for Hexcel which manufactures carbon fiber components for Boeing, look at a door on a disply model of part of the aircraft as Boeing celebrated the opening of a new manufacturing plant in West Jordan, Utah on Friday, Jan. 11, 2013. The U.S. government stepped in Friday to assure the public that Boeing's new 787 "Dreamliner" is safe to fly, even as it launched a comprehensive review to find out what caused a fire, a fuel leak and other worrisome incidents earlier in the week. (AP Photo/The Salt Lake Tribune, Francisco Kjolseth)
  •  - File photograph of the American International Group (AIG) building in New York's financial district

    File photograph of the American International Group (AIG) building in New York's financial district

    Posted: 1/8/2013 8:33:54 PM EST
    The American International Group (AIG) building is seen in New York's financial district in this March 16, 2009 file photograph. American International Group Inc, the insurer rescued by the U.S. government in 2008 with a bailout that ultimately totaled $182 billion, may join a lawsuit against the government alleging the terms of the deal were unfair. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/Files
  •  - File photograph of the AIG offices in New York

    File photograph of the AIG offices in New York

    Posted: 1/8/2013 8:33:54 PM EST
    People stand outside the American International Group (AIG) offices in New York in this September 17, 2008 file photograph. American International Group Inc, the insurer rescued by the U.S. government in 2008 with a bailout that ultimately totaled $182 billion, may join a lawsuit against the government alleging the terms of the deal were unfair. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/Files
  •  - File photograph of the American International Group (AIG) building in New York's financial district

    File photograph of the American International Group (AIG) building in New York's financial district

    Posted: 1/8/2013 8:33:54 PM EST
    The American International Group (AIG) building is seen in New York's financial district in this March 16, 2009 file photograph. American International Group Inc, the insurer rescued by the U.S. government in 2008 with a bailout that ultimately totaled $182 billion, may join a lawsuit against the government alleging the terms of the deal were unfair. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/Files
  •  - File photograph of the AIG offices in New York

    File photograph of the AIG offices in New York

    Posted: 1/8/2013 8:33:54 PM EST
    People stand outside the American International Group (AIG) offices in New York in this September 17, 2008 file photograph. American International Group Inc, the insurer rescued by the U.S. government in 2008 with a bailout that ultimately totaled $182 billion, may join a lawsuit against the government alleging the terms of the deal were unfair. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/Files
  •  - File photograph of the American International Group (AIG) building in New York's financial district

    File photograph of the American International Group (AIG) building in New York's financial district

    Posted: 1/8/2013 6:57:10 PM EST
    The American International Group (AIG) building is seen in New York's financial district in this March 16, 2009 file photograph. American International Group Inc, the insurer rescued by the U.S. government in 2008 with a bailout that ultimately totaled $182 billion, may join a lawsuit against the government alleging the terms of the deal were unfair. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/Files
  •  - File photograph of the AIG offices in New York

    File photograph of the AIG offices in New York

    Posted: 1/8/2013 6:57:10 PM EST
    People stand outside the American International Group (AIG) offices in New York in this September 17, 2008 file photograph. American International Group Inc, the insurer rescued by the U.S. government in 2008 with a bailout that ultimately totaled $182 billion, may join a lawsuit against the government alleging the terms of the deal were unfair. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/Files
  •  - File photograph of the American International Group (AIG) building in New York's financial district

    File photograph of the American International Group (AIG) building in New York's financial district

    Posted: 1/8/2013 6:57:10 PM EST
    The American International Group (AIG) building is seen in New York's financial district in this March 16, 2009 file photograph. American International Group Inc, the insurer rescued by the U.S. government in 2008 with a bailout that ultimately totaled $182 billion, may join a lawsuit against the government alleging the terms of the deal were unfair. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/Files
  •  - File photograph of the AIG offices in New York

    File photograph of the AIG offices in New York

    Posted: 1/8/2013 6:57:10 PM EST
    People stand outside the American International Group (AIG) offices in New York in this September 17, 2008 file photograph. American International Group Inc, the insurer rescued by the U.S. government in 2008 with a bailout that ultimately totaled $182 billion, may join a lawsuit against the government alleging the terms of the deal were unfair. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/Files
  •  - File photograph of the American International Group (AIG) building in New York's financial district

    File photograph of the American International Group (AIG) building in New York's financial district

    Posted: 1/8/2013 6:01:48 PM EST
    The American International Group (AIG) building is seen in New York's financial district in this March 16, 2009 file photograph. American International Group Inc, the insurer rescued by the U.S. government in 2008 with a bailout that ultimately totaled $182 billion, may join a lawsuit against the government alleging the terms of the deal were unfair. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/Files
  •  - File photograph of the AIG offices in New York

    File photograph of the AIG offices in New York

    Posted: 1/8/2013 6:01:48 PM EST
    People stand outside the American International Group (AIG) offices in New York in this September 17, 2008 file photograph. American International Group Inc, the insurer rescued by the U.S. government in 2008 with a bailout that ultimately totaled $182 billion, may join a lawsuit against the government alleging the terms of the deal were unfair. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/Files
  •  - File photograph of the American International Group (AIG) building in New York's financial district

    File photograph of the American International Group (AIG) building in New York's financial district

    Posted: 1/8/2013 6:01:48 PM EST
    The American International Group (AIG) building is seen in New York's financial district in this March 16, 2009 file photograph. American International Group Inc, the insurer rescued by the U.S. government in 2008 with a bailout that ultimately totaled $182 billion, may join a lawsuit against the government alleging the terms of the deal were unfair. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/Files
  •  - File photograph of the AIG offices in New York

    File photograph of the AIG offices in New York

    Posted: 1/8/2013 6:01:48 PM EST
    People stand outside the American International Group (AIG) offices in New York in this September 17, 2008 file photograph. American International Group Inc, the insurer rescued by the U.S. government in 2008 with a bailout that ultimately totaled $182 billion, may join a lawsuit against the government alleging the terms of the deal were unfair. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/Files
  •  - File photograph of the American International Group (AIG) building in New York's financial district

    File photograph of the American International Group (AIG) building in New York's financial district

    Posted: 1/8/2013 2:27:47 PM EST
    The American International Group (AIG) building is seen in New York's financial district in this March 16, 2009 file photograph. American International Group Inc, the insurer rescued by the U.S. government in 2008 with a bailout that ultimately totaled $182 billion, may join a lawsuit against the government alleging the terms of the deal were unfair. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/Files
  •  - File photograph of the AIG offices in New York

    File photograph of the AIG offices in New York

    Posted: 1/8/2013 2:27:47 PM EST
    People stand outside the American International Group (AIG) offices in New York in this September 17, 2008 file photograph. American International Group Inc, the insurer rescued by the U.S. government in 2008 with a bailout that ultimately totaled $182 billion, may join a lawsuit against the government alleging the terms of the deal were unfair. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/Files
  •  - File photograph of the American International Group (AIG) building in New York's financial district

    File photograph of the American International Group (AIG) building in New York's financial district

    Posted: 1/8/2013 2:27:47 PM EST
    The American International Group (AIG) building is seen in New York's financial district in this March 16, 2009 file photograph. American International Group Inc, the insurer rescued by the U.S. government in 2008 with a bailout that ultimately totaled $182 billion, may join a lawsuit against the government alleging the terms of the deal were unfair. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/Files
  •  - File photograph of the AIG offices in New York

    File photograph of the AIG offices in New York

    Posted: 1/8/2013 2:27:47 PM EST
    People stand outside the American International Group (AIG) offices in New York in this September 17, 2008 file photograph. American International Group Inc, the insurer rescued by the U.S. government in 2008 with a bailout that ultimately totaled $182 billion, may join a lawsuit against the government alleging the terms of the deal were unfair. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/Files
  •  - File photograph of the American International Group (AIG) building in New York's financial district

    File photograph of the American International Group (AIG) building in New York's financial district

    Posted: 1/8/2013 9:04:57 AM EST
    The American International Group (AIG) building is seen in New York's financial district in this March 16, 2009 file photograph. American International Group Inc, the insurer rescued by the U.S. government in 2008 with a bailout that ultimately totaled $182 billion, may join a lawsuit against the government alleging the terms of the deal were unfair. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/Files
  •  - File photograph of the AIG offices in New York

    File photograph of the AIG offices in New York

    Posted: 1/8/2013 9:04:57 AM EST
    People stand outside the American International Group (AIG) offices in New York in this September 17, 2008 file photograph. American International Group Inc, the insurer rescued by the U.S. government in 2008 with a bailout that ultimately totaled $182 billion, may join a lawsuit against the government alleging the terms of the deal were unfair. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/Files


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