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US military gay ban 'should go'  The country's top commander Adm Mike Mullen: Openly gay people should be allowed to serve in the US military   Obama to pressure China on trade  President Obama says he will be much tougher with China to make sure it opens its markets to trade with the US US to probe Toyota Prius brake problems  The Transportation Department has opened an investigation into brake problems in the 2010 Toyota Prius Snowstorm paralyses DC and eastern US
  Obama unveils 2011 budget plans


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Feb.1   Washington  
  US President has announced a $3.8tn budget plan, which includes increased spending for job creation, but cuts in other areas.    Obama also forecast the deficit would rise to a record $1.56tn this year. He scrapped plans to send astron...
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Feb.6   Washington  
  An 'extremely dangerous' storm has dumped large amounts of snow, killing at least two people and paralysing parts of the region
Feb.7   Washington     Obama to hold TV summit on healthcare  US President will hold a televised, summit-style meeting to discuss healthcare reform with both Democratic and Republican lawmakers   Iran     Iran cites CIA in radio arrests  7 people, including some accused of having ties to a U.S.-backed Farsi-language radio station, were arrested Feb.9   Washington   U.S. ready to offer Iran alternative  In an attempt to call Iran's bluff on its nuclear program, the United States is poised to offer Tehran a way to obtain medical isotopes Feb.10   Washington   Records fall as snow batters East Coast  Heavy snow pummeled much of the East Coast, battering states for the second time in a week and forcing many people to stay home Feb.16   Washington   US to build two nuclear power stations   Obama has announced $8bn of federal loan to begin building in the state of Georgia the first US nuclear power stations for 30 years   Washington   New US ambassador for Syria  President Obama has formally nominated career diplomat Robert Ford as the first American ambassador to Syria in five years Feb.17   Washington   New charges against arms dealer Bout  International arms dealer Viktor Bout has been indicted on illegally purchasing U.S. cargo planes to ferry weapons to warring parties   Washington   New US investigation for Toyota  Japanese carmaker is facing a new US investigation into complaints of steering problems in its Corolla model Feb.18   Beijing     Dalai Lama-Obama meeting angers China
  Beijing: A visit by the Dalai Lama to Washington has 'seriously undermined' relations between the US and China
Feb.20   Baltimore   Haig, former US secretary of state, dies  Alexander Haig, 85, had been admitted to Johns Hopkins Hospital in on 28 January with complications associated with an infection Feb.22   Washington     Obama pushes to revive healthcare reform  President Barack Obama has unveiled new plans to reform US healthcare and revive stalled legislation on the issue, aiming for bipartisan support Feb.23   U.S. Congress   Electronics cited as Toyota problem  Witnesses at the hearings testified that they believe they have found a possible additional cause of unintended acceleration in Toyotas Feb.24   House of Representatives   Lawmakers grilled Toyota's president
  Toyota's president, Akio Toyoda, acknowledged that the company had made mistakes and apologized for the recent lapses in quality control
 Toyoda apologises for faults behind the recall of millions of its vehicles
Feb.25   U.S. Senate   Travel Promotion Act approved  The Senate approved the Travel Promotion Act, which creates a nonprofit corporation to market overseas visits to United States   Washington   Healthcare summit fails to reach accord  A day-long televised summit hosted by President Barack Obama has ended without a deal to break the deadlock between parties Feb.26   Washington     Barak: Nuclear Iran threat beyond Israel
  Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak said that Iran's nuclear program poses a danger that extends beyond Israel
Feb.27   Washington   Obama adamant on health reform  The US president seeks common ground on healthcare reform, saying millions cannot wait another generation for change


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1. 02-01 Obama unveils 2011 budget plans Washington
2. 02-03 Obama to pressure China on trade Washington
D. 02-04 US to probe Toyota Prius brake problems Washington
E. 02-06 Snowstorm paralyses DC and eastern US Washington
F. 02-16 US to build two nuclear power stations Washington
6. 02-22 Obama pushes to revive healthcare reform Washington
H. 02-23 Electronics cited as Toyota problem U.S. Congress
02-24 Lawmakers grilled Toyota's president House of Representatives



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