Breaking News Headlines: Obama to Outline Second-Term Tech Plan for 'Smarter' Gov't

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Breaking News Headlines: Obama to Outline Second-Term Tech Plan for 'Smarter' Gov't

by Wochit 1:15 mins

Breaking News Headlines: Obama to Outline Second-Term Tech Plan for 'Smarter' Gov't

by Wochit 1:15 mins

President Barack Obama will describe his second-term plan for "smarter government" by using technology and data to deliver services faster and save taxpayers money, the White House said. Asiana Airlines Inc. said that the senior pilot on the flight, Lee Jung-min, had received his training certificate in June. Lee Kang-kuk was the second most junior pilot of four on board the Asiana Airlines aircraft. He had just 43 hours' experience flying the long-range jet and, under supervision, was making his first landing on a Boeing 777 at San Francisco. Governments all over the world have reacted strongly to the clashes between Egyptian troops and supporters of the ousted president Mohammed Morsi that have left dozens dead. Britain called for movement toward free and fair elections and agreement on a democratic constitution while Turkey's Islamic-rooted government, which had formed an alliance with the ousted Islamist leader and has criticized his overthrow, was quick to condemn the killings.

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