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By Chris Power and Theo Francis
Reporters have scrutinized the first 100 days of a new Administration ever since the dramatic opening weeks of Franklin Roosevelt's first term. There's plenty to pore over in Barack Obama's opening days—dramatic stimulus plans, swooning and soaring markets, a bold budget, a contracting economy, and new strategies for a two-front war. And Bo the dog arrived, too. Here's a look at what happened.