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Wal-Mart bias case to top court   US drops settlement freeze demand  The U.S. is abandoning efforts to persuade Israel to renew a freeze on settlement-building as part of efforts to revive Middle East peace ta... Obama pushes tax cut deal passage U.S. pressure on China over North Korea House bars Guantanamo transfers   U.S. Speaker to attend Nobel ceremony  House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will attend the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize ceremony in Oslo as part of the official delegation US envoy Holbrooke in 'critical condition'  Richard Holbrooke, 69, the envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan, was admitted to hospital and has undergone surgery to repair a tear in his aorta   Obama prays for envoy's recovery  US President has said that he and his wife are praying for the recovery of envoy Richard Holbrooke, who has undergone heart surgery U.S. diplomat Holbrooke dies
US deficit panel urges deep cuts   Wikileaks: Saudis 'militants' chief funders'  Hillary Clinton warned in a leaked classified memo that donors in Saudi Arabia were the 'most significant source of funding to Sunni terrorist...   Deal reached on Bush era tax cuts


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  Barack Obama has announced a bipartisan agreement has been reached to extend soon-to-expire Bush era tax cuts to all Americans
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Dec.8   House of Representatives
Dec.9   House of Representatives  
Dec.11   Washington  
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Dec.13   Washington  
  Richard C. Holbrooke spearheaded the end of the Bosnian war and served as the Obama administration's point man in the Afghan-Pakistan zone
Dec.15   Washington     U.S. to sue BP over Gulf of Mexico oil spill
  The federal government joined the dozens of lawsuits against BP and several other companies over the massive oil spill, seeking unlimited penalties.    The Deepwater Horizon drilling rig explosion in April killed 11 w...
  Washington   US 'birther' officer found guilty   A military jury has convicted an army doctor Lt Col Terrence Lakin of disobeying orders to deploy to Afghanistan   Washington   Afghan reports give bleak outlook   Two new assessments paint a bleak picture of the US-led war in Afghanistan, the day before the White House unveils its review of strategy Dec.16   Washington   Deadline for disputed Ivory Coast leader  The United States and other countries have given President Laurent Gbagbo a deadline to leave Ivory Coast or risk sanctions   Washington     Obama says Afghan effort on track   Barack Obama has said the US is 'on track' to achieve its goals in Afghanistan, following publication of the US annual strategy review Dec.17   House of Representatives     US Congress passes Obama tax deal  The US House of Representatives has passed a compromise tax bill averting a New Year rise in income taxes for millions of Americans Dec.18   U.S. Senate   US soldier gay ban set for repeal  The Senate has taken a key step towards allowing gay people to serve openly in the military Dec.21   Washington   US set to back net traffic rules  Controversial new rules affecting the running of the internet are expected to be approved by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)   U.S. Senate   Senator: Bomber's release not justified  An investigation into the release of Pan Am Flight 103 bomber has found the medical prognosis 'was inaccurate and unsupported by medical science'   Washington     Al Qaeda considered poisoning food  The group that built toner-cartridge bombs also has contemplated spreading poison on salad bars and buffets at U.S. hotels and restaurants Dec.22   Washington     Obama signs law ending military gay ban
  US President Barack Obama has signed a landmark law allowing gay people serving in the military to be open about their sexuality
  Washington     Obama hails nuclear treaty vote
  The US president has welcomed the US Senate's ratification of a much-delayed nuclear arms treaty with Russia
Dec.23   Washington   US attacks 'sacred war' threats  The US has denounced North for threatening a 'sacred war' against the South, whose military has been holding live-fire drills near the border Dec.27   Washington     US attacks Russia tycoon verdict  The US and Germany have voiced serious concerns about a second guilty verdict against the jailed Mikhail Khodorkovsky Dec.29   Washington   US 'revokes Venezuela envoy visa  Washington has revoked the visa of the Venezuelan ambassador to the US after President Hugo Chavez rejects the US envoy to Caracas Dec.31   Alaska   Miller accepts Senate loss  Joe Miller, a Republican candidate backed by the Tea Party, has conceded defeat to Lisa Murkowski in Senate election


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12-06 Deal reached on Bush era tax cuts Washington
C. 12-07 US drops settlement freeze demand Washington
D. 12-11 US envoy Holbrooke in 'critical condition' Washington
E. 12-13 U.S. diplomat Holbrooke dies Washington
F. 12-15 U.S. to sue BP over Gulf of Mexico oil spill Washington
6. 12-16 Obama says Afghan effort on track Washington
7. 12-18 US soldier gay ban set for repeal U.S. Senate
I. 12-21 Senator: Bomber's release not justified U.S. Senate



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Wikileaks: Saudis 'militants' chief funders'
Wal-Mart bias case to top court
House bars Guantanamo transfers
US soldier gay ban set for repeal
Senator: Bomber's release not justified
US soldier gay ban set for repeal
House bars Guantanamo transfers
Senator: Bomber's release not justified
Wal-Mart bias case to top court
US Congress passes Obama tax deal
House bars Guantanamo transfers
U.S. Speaker to attend Nobel ceremony
US soldier gay ban set for repeal
Senator: Bomber's release not justified
U.S. Congress
House bars Guantanamo transfers
U.S. Speaker to attend Nobel ceremony
US soldier gay ban set for repeal
Senator: Bomber's release not justified
US soldier gay ban set for repeal
House bars Guantanamo transfers
Senator: Bomber's release not justified
US Congress passes Obama tax deal
House bars Guantanamo transfers
U.S. Speaker to attend Nobel ceremony
US soldier gay ban set for repeal
Senator: Bomber's release not justified
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House bars Guantanamo transfers
U.S. Speaker to attend Nobel ceremony
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US Congress passes Obama tax deal
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U.S. Speaker to attend Nobel ceremony
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US soldier gay ban set for repeal
Senator: Bomber's release not justified
US soldier gay ban set for repeal
Senator: Bomber's release not justified
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