Pres. Obama: the mourning after

Thursday - 1/13/2011, 8:20am EST

Warren Levinson, correspondent, Associated Press

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President Barack Obama spoke last night during a memorial service for the six people killed in Tuscon, Arizona over the weekend. The Obamas were joined by Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, Attorney General Eric Holder and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano. President Obama called on Americans to honor the victims of Saturday's shootings by trying harder to be compassionate and civil. Associated Press Correspondent Warren Levinson, attended the service and says it felt a lot like a pep rally.