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Clinton to appoint envoy for North Korea  Stephen Bosworth, the dean of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University has been offered the job   Another Obama cabinet pick quits  Republican Senator Judd Gregg is withdrawing as President's nominee for commerce secretary because of differences with the administration Thousands guns sent to Afghans missing  More than 1/3 of all 242,000 weapons the United States has procured for Afghanistan's government are missing US House approves stimulus plan  The House has approved Obama's economic stimulus plan, which is now being voted on by the Senate. The $787bn plan failed to get Republican backing   Clinton : US 'keen to strengthen Asia ties'  US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton ahead of an Asian tour has said that the US is keen to broaden and deepen its ties with Asia US army 'wants more immigrants' US to boost troops in Afghanistan
  Obama predicts more bank failures  US President has warned that more US banks are likely to fail, as the full extent of their losses in the economic crisis becomes clear   Obama suffers blow over nominees  Ex-Senator Tom Daschle has withdrawn his nomination as health and human services secretary after a controversy involving unpaid taxes Clinton talks with Euro allies on Afghanistan   Obama admits errors over cabinet   US President has said 'I screwed up' over his handling of a controversy that led two politicians to decline posts in his administration Senate eases 'trade war' bill  The Senate has voted to soften a controversial 'Buy American' clause in an economic recovery package, after warnings it might spark a trade ... Kyrgyzstan base-closure 'regrettable' US senators agree economy bill  Senators say they have reached agreement on a huge $780bn economic stimulus package designed to revitalise the US economy U.S. works to define Afghanistan strategy Obama defends economic stimulus Iraq, Afghanistan withdrawals delayed Obama warning on stimulus delays US to unveil new bank bail-out US Senate approves stimulus plan US lawmakers reach stimulus deal


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  Members of both houses have reached a deal over US President Barack Obama's economic stimulus plan.    The package, now worth $789bn, includes tax cut...
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  President Obama has authorised the deployment of up to 17,000 extra troops, saying they are to 'meet urgent security needs'
Feb.18   Washington   Obama's housing plan 'to help 9m'
  The plan will provide refinancing to 4 to 5 million 'responsible homeowners' and a 'homeowner stability initiative' to reduce monthly payments
  Washington   Obama: Troops alone cannot win  President Barack Obama: Diplomacy will play a bigger role in U.S. efforts in Afghanistan in future even with a significant troop increase   Washington     US urges Nato to up Afghan effort   Defence Secretary Robert Gates has urged Nato allies to increase their troop levels in Afghanistan to fight the Taliban Feb.20   Washington U.S. resumes diplomatic talks with Syria Feb.21   Washington   Obama hails 'fastest' US tax cut   President has said US tax bills will begin to fall from April, hailing a tax cut he called the fastest ever to take effect Feb.23   Washington   Guantanamo detainees treated humanely  A Defense Department review concludes that the operation does not torture detainees but rather treats them humanely and in accordance with the... Feb.24   U.S. Congress US recession 'may last into 2010'   U.S. Congress   Determined Obama vows to renew US
  US President has addressed a joint session of Congress for the first time, warning that a 'day of reckoning' has arrived for the US.    Barack Obama speaks to Congress for the first time, vowin...
  U.S. Congress Hudson pilot urges safety funding   Washington Pakistan sees 'hope' in Obama approach Feb.25   Washington   U.S. report scolds China on human rights  The State Dept issued a report sharply critical of China's human rights record, despite the Obama decision to take a different approach to C...   Washington FDA: India plant falsified drug data Feb.26   Washington     Obama unveils his $3.6tn budget  President Barack Obama has unveiled a budget for 2010, aiming to pull the US out of financial crisis   Washington Key Afghan-Pakistani talks in US   Washington   Obama to pull troops from Iraq in 2010
  President Obama is planning to pull all combat troops out of Iraq by August 2010, which falls short of his campaign promise
 Between 35,000 to 50,000 troops will remain in Iraq. They would be withdrawn gradually until all U.S. forces are out of Iraq by December 31, 2011 -- the deadline set under an agreement with the Bush administration
Feb.27   Washington   Obama outlines Iraq pullout plan  President Obama has said that up to 50,000 of 142,000 troops now there will stay into 2011 to advise Iraqi forces and protect US interests   Washington   Terrorist charged with conspiracy  li Saleh Kahlah al-Marri, a man held for years in custody in the U.S. was charged in federal court with conspiracy to provide support to al ...


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1. 02-02 Obama predicts more bank failures Washington
C. 02-03 Obama suffers blow over nominees Washington
D. 02-03 Obama admits errors over cabinet Washington
4. 02-04 Senate eases 'trade war' bill U.S. Senate
5. 02-06 US senators agree economy bill U.S. Senate
02-11 US lawmakers reach stimulus deal U.S. Congress
H. 02-11 Clinton to appoint envoy for North Korea Washington
I. 02-12 Another Obama cabinet pick quits Washington
J. 02-12 Thousands guns sent to Afghans missing Washington



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