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Washington police chase probed US shutdown: Obama cancels Asia trip US shutdown halts EU trade talks US defence staff to return to work Man dies after US self-immolation US credits Syria over chemical arms  Syrian President al-Assad's regime deserves credit for complying with a chemical weapons deal, US Secretary of State John Kerry has said   Kerry defends US Libya capture   US Secretary of State John Kerry has defended the capture of an alleged al-Qaeda leader, Anas al-Liby, calling him a 'legal and appropriate ...   Obama: Republicans using 'extortion'   US President Obama has said he is willing to hold budget talks with Republicans, but not until they agree to lift 'threats' against the economy Obama to nominate new Fed chief US withholds Egypt military aid   Janet Yellen nominated by Obama to head US Federal Reserve
Obama: Republicans demand ransom US spy chief: Shutdown 'damaging' Obama warns of US default danger Chase and gunfire at US Capitol Map of US Capitol Washington DC USA

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  A police chase ended in gunfire, sparking panic at the White House and US Capitol and leaving a police officer injured in a road crash
 A female suspect was shot dead by police
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  US President Barack Obama has officially nominated Federal Reserve vice-chair Janet Yellen to be the next head of the US central bank
Oct.10   House of Representatives Republicans make debt ceiling offer   Washington     US and UN decry Libyan PM abduction  The US, UK and France, along with the UN, have condemned the brief abduction of and pledged their support for its transition to democracy Oct.11   Washington US 'to sack' nuclear missile chief   Washington Obama open to short-term debt rise Oct.12   U.S. Senate US shutdown debate shifts to Senate Oct.14   Washington   White House debt meeting postponed   White House talks on raising the US debt limit before it expires this week have been delayed to allow lawmakers more time to hammer out a de...   U.S. Senate   US lawmakers inch to fiscal deal   US Senate leaders have expressed optimism after a flurry of negotiations on raising the federal debt ceiling to avert a potentially disastrous... Oct.15   Washington     Obama snubs proposed US House fiscal plan   The White House has rejected a proposal from House of Representatives Republicans to extend the debt limit and reopen the federal government   U.S. Senate   US debt talks grind on amid disarray   Frantic US political attempts to avert a federal debt default have pivoted back to the Senate after plans in the House of Representatives co... Oct.16   U.S. Senate   US Congress races to draft debt plan   The US Senate is finalising a cross-party bill to raise the debt limit and reopen the government, just a day before a critical deadline   U.S. Senate   Senate passes US budget deal
  The US Senate has passed a bill to reopen the government and raise the federal debt limit, with hours to spare before the nation risks default
  New Jersey New Jersey votes for new senator   House of Representatives   US Congress approves debt deal   The US Congress has passed a bill to reopen the government and raise the federal debt limit, with hours to spare before the nation risked default   New Jersey   Booker wins New Jersey Senate seat   Newark Mayor Cory Booker has won a special election to represent New Jersey in the US Senate Oct.17   Washington   US government heads back to work   Hundreds of thousands of government employees are back at work after President Obama signed a law ending a 16-day government shutdown Oct.18   Washington     US warns Syria over 'mass hunger'   The US has urged the Syrian government to allow immediate aid convoys to starving civilians cut off in rebel-held suburbs of Damascus Oct.21   Washington     US seeks to ease France spy anger   The US has sought to ease French concerns over claims the US National Security Agency secretly recorded millions of phone calls in France   Washington Obama: 'No excuse' for health glitches Oct.22   Washington US added 148,000 jobs in September   Washington US: French tapping claims 'false' Oct.23   Washington Sharif urges Obama to end drone hits Oct.24   House of Representatives US healthcare IT contractors grilled Oct.26   Berlin   Germany to send intelligence officials to Washington  Germany is sending senior intelligence officials to Washington amid outrage over claims the NSA monitored German Chancellor Oct.27   Washington     Obama 'not told of Merkel bugging'
  The chief of the US spy agency NSA has not discussed the alleged bugging of German chancellor's phone with President Barack Obama
Oct.28   Washington   Spy policy: Pressure mounts on White House   Pressure is growing to explain US intelligence gathering and why President Barack Obama appeared not to know the extent of operations Oct.29   House of Representatives   US defends spying on foreign leaders   The head of US intelligence tells lawmakers that discerning foreign leaders' intentions is a key goal of US spying operations   Washington US health website: Boss to testify Oct.30   Washington     Germans in US talks over spy claims   A German delegation of intelligence officials is in Washington for talks following claims that the US monitored Chancellor Angela Merkel's mobile phone   Washington     Obama pledges to 'fix' healthcare
  US President Barack Obama has accepted 'full responsibility' for ensuring the troubled healthcare website gets fixed
  Washington US criticises Germany growth model Oct.31   Washington US cuts food aid benefits for poor


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