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White House releases Benghazi e-mails   The White House released more than 100 pages of e-mails on in a bid to quell critics who say President Obama and his aides played politics   US 'saw Syria chemical evidence'
  US considering arms for Syria rebels  US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel has acknowledged his government is no longer ruling out arming Syrian rebels Pentagon outlines North Korea threat  If N. Korea continues with its missile and nuclear tests, it 'will move closer' to its objective of reaching the United States with nuclear weapons US job creation strong in April Pentagon report highlights China cyber attacks  China's government and military have targeted US government computers as part of a cyber espionage campaign, a US report on China says No more rewards for North Korea, says US   North Korea will no longer be rewarded with concessions for provocative behaviour, US President Barack Obama says AP condemns US phone records seizure  The Associated Press has described the government's secret seizure of its journalists' phone records as a 'massive and unprecedented intrusion' Obama: IRS actions 'outrageous' Russian agency: CIA member tried to recruit Russian   FSB said that it briefly detained a suspected member of the CIA who was trying to recruit a staff member of one of the Russian special services Obama says tax bias 'intolerable' US tax chief resigns amid scandal


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  IRS commissioner Steve Miller has quit after it emerged his staff singled out conservative groups for extra scrutiny, President Obama has announced
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  President Barack Obama has said the US has seen evidence of chemical weapons being used in Syria
  Washington     Obama, Erdogan discuss how to end Syrian war  The leaders of Turkey and the United States are huddling in Washington on Thursday over how to handle the Syrian civil war   Washington Obama tries to tame political tempests May.17   Washington   Tax agency mistakes 'not political'  The head of IRS and a top investigator have denied the extra tax scrutiny given to conservative groups was motivated by partisanship   Washington   U.S. options to 'capture or kill' Benghazi suspects  The U.S. military has updated plans to 'capture or kil' alleged perpetrators of the deadly terror attack on the American diplomatic compound... May.20   U.S. Senate   Apple 'among US's big tax avoiders'  Apple has been accused of being 'among America's largest tax avoiders' by a Senate committee May.21   U.S. Senate   US immigration bill passes hurdle   A sweeping immigration bill that would offer a chance of citizenship to millions living in the US illegally has taken a stride forward in Co... May.22   Washington   US reveals four citizen drone deaths   The US attorney general has acknowledged four US citizens have been killed in drone strikes since 2011 May.23   Washington     Obama defends 'just' drones war
  President Obama has defended the use of drones in a 'just war' of self-defence against deadly militants and a campaign that had made America safer
May.29   Minnesota   Bachmann to retire from Congress   Republican Congresswoman Michele Bachmann will not seek re-election to the House of Representatives in 2014, she has announced May.30   Washington   US GDP growth revised down slightly
  The US economy grew at an annualised rate of 2.4% in the first three months of the year, new figures from the Commerce Department show
  Washington     'Suspicious' letter sent to Obama  A suspicious letter sent to US President Barack Obama is 'similar' to two poisoned letters mailed to New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg this...   Washington   US media boycott of Eric Holder meeting  A number of news organisations have declined to meet Att. Gen. to discuss leak investigations because the conversations would be off the rec... May.31   Berlin     US and Germany urge Russia not to arm Syria
  The US and Germany have called on Russia not to supply Syria's military with an advanced missile system they say could prolong the conflict there
  Washington   Eric Holder 'concessions' to US media  Attorney General has made concessions on how he conducts criminal investigations of reporters, according to media executives   Washington   Hagel makes 'cyber intrusions' claim   US defence secretary Chuck Hagel has accused China of 'cyber intrusions', in one of the most direct rebukes from the US



    
    



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