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Bush taps Snow for Treasury U.S. upbeat after China military talks   U.S. warns it has nuke option  The administration warns any nation using weapons of mass destruction against the U.S. will face massive retaliation Smallpox vaccinations for military ordered  Bush plans to order military personnel to begin getting vaccinations to protect against the possibility of biological attack Mideast aid plan aims to bridge gap U.S.: Iraq report 'far short' of complete  Officials believe Iraq's declaration of its weapons of mass destruction program omits many details Kim, Bush: N. Korea move 'unacceptable' Kissinger quits as 9/11 inquiry chief U.S.: Iran working on nuclear weapons Gore will not run for president in 2004
Bush: Al Qaeda linked to Kenya attacks Bush meets leaders of Kenya, Ethiopia Treasury chief O'Neill, Lindsey resigned Map of White House USA

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  Both men were asked to resign by the White House, continuing the house cleaning of the Bush's economic team
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  Former US Vice President only last month re-iterated that he was the true winner of the 2000 presidential race
  Washington Clinton planned to attack N. Korea reactor Dec.16   Washington     Powell: Iraq declaration has 'problems'  Secretary of State say that 'there are problems' with declaration to the United Nations about weapons programs   Washington INS to register Saudi, Pakistani men Dec.17   Washington     Bush gives go-ahead to missile defence
  President has ordered the United States military to begin deploying a national missile defence system by 2004
  U.S. Senate   Lott denies racism  Senate Republican Leader was appearing on BET, denounced his comments about the 1948 segregationist campaign Dec.18   Washington     Officials: Bush to declare Iraq in violation  President is poised to declare that Iraq has fallen far short of its requirement to provide a complete accounting Dec.19   Washington     Powell: Declaration 'fails totally'
  U.S. Secretary of State laid out the path for the United States as it continues to increase pressure on Iraq to disarm
  Washington     Bush to speak on Iraq 'violation'  President is due to make his first public comments on Iraq's weapons declaration since America announced material breach Dec.20   U.S. Senate   Lott stepping down as majority leader
  Wounded by the controversy over his racially divisive comments, Lott stepping down as Senate Republican leader
  Washington     Bush: 'A disappointing day' for peace  President said the Iraqi arms declaration 'was not encouraging' and that the U.S. 'will fulfill the terms' of the U.N. resolution   Washington   US agrees to share Iraq intelligence  The United States will share intelligence data about Iraq with UN weapons inspectors following a request from Hans Blix   Washington   President Bush postpones trip to Africa   The White House is citing the standoff with Iraq and a desire to start work on domestic priorities Dec.21   U.S. Senate   Frist has votes to succeed Lott  Tennessee Sen. Bill Frist, a heart surgeon and second-term lawmaker should be elected as the new Senate GOP leader   Washington   Key Mideast peace plan agreed  A draft road map drawn up by 'Mideast quartet' says the ultimate goal is final settlement by 2005 Dec.22   Washington     US rebuffs Iraq's CIA invitation Map of White House USA  A White House official has dismissed as a stunt offer to admit CIA agents to assist United Nations arms inspectors Dec.23   U.S. Senate   Frist elected Senate leader  Republican Senators have elected a former heart transplant surgeon to be their new leader Dec.26   Afghanistan   CIA using 'stress and duress' interrogation  Washington Post: The interrogators have been using 'stress and duress' techniques on captured enemies   Washington   'Inaccuracies' in reports of interrogations  U.S. officials are responding to a Washington Post article Dec.29   Washington   US rules out strike on N Korea  Powell has said US has no immediate plans to attack North Korea to force it to abandon its nuclear programme Dec.30   Washington   U.S. tracking ships linked to al Qaeda  Spy agencies have identified 15 cargo freighters around the world that are controlled by al Qaeda network


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