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  Obama wins key backing on Syria plan   President Barack Obama has won backing from key Republican leaders John Boehner and Eric Cantor on his plans for a military strike on Syria US Senate draft backs Syria action   Obama: 'Credibility on the line over Syria'   President Barack Obama has said the credibility of the US and the international community is on the line over their response to use of chemical weapons   US Senate panel backs force in Syria   A US Senate panel has approved the use of military force in Syria, in response to an alleged chemical weapons attack US employment rises again in August  The US added 169,000 new jobs in August, fewer than expected by many analysts. The unemployment rate fell to 7.3% Obama back in US to face Syria fight   Obama: Syria resolution possible   US President has said he would put plans for a military strike against Syria on hold if the country places its chemical weapons under international...   Obama: Military ready for attacking Syria if diplomacy fails
  US 'has evidence of Syrian sarin use'

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  The US has evidence that the chemical nerve agent sarin was used in a deadly attack in Damascus last month, John Kerry says
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  President Barack Obama tried Tuesday to sell a military intervention he never wanted to an American public that opposes it
Sep.11   Washington US Navy sexual assault reports rise 50% Sep.12   Washington Anger growing in Brazil over reports of NSA spying Sep.14   Washington     Obama welcomes US-Russia Syria plan   US President has welcomed the agreement under which Syria's chemical weapons must be destroyed by mid-2014 as an 'mportant step' Sep.15   Washington Summers pulls out of US Fed race Sep.16   Washington   Navy Yard gunman Aaron Alexis killed 12 people
  A gunman who died after killing 12 people at a naval installation in Washington DC has been identified as a former Navy serviceman
 Alexis, 34, of Fort Worth, Texas, died in a gun battle with police during the rampage. About a dozen others were wounded in the attack. Barack Obama ordered flags be lowered to half mast
Sep.17   Washington   Navy Yard: Aaron Alexis 'treated for mental health'   The ex-US Navy reservist who killed 12 people and wounded eight at a Navy installation had received treatment for mental health issues Sep.18   Washington   Police to review Navy Yard response   Washington DC's Capitol Police have ordered a review into a report that an armed police team was ordered not to respond to Monday's mass shooting   New York US shares hit high after Fed meeting Sep.20   House of Representatives   US votes to cut food stamp benefits  Lawmakers have voted to cut food stamp benefits from next year despite a veto threat from the White House and opposition by lobby groups   House of Representatives     US budget bill defunds health law  US lawmakers have passed a budget bill that would keep the government operating, while defunding President Barack Obama's healthcare law Sep.24   Pakistan   New trial for hero Pakistani doctor postponed after terror attack  The long-awaited retrial of Shakil Afridi who helped the CIA pinpoint Usama Bin Laden was postponed due to security concerns Sep.25   U.S. Senate   Senator in second day of health law speech   Ted Cruz is in the second day of a speech against the Obamacare, despite opposition from fellow Republicans   Washington   CCTV shows Navy Yard gunman's attack   The FBI has released chilling video footage of the Washington DC Navy Yard gunman prowling the corridors of the complex as he hunts for victims   Washington   US spies targeted Martin Luther King  The NSA spied on civil rights leader and boxer Muhammad Ali during the height of the Vietnam War protests, declassified documents reveal Sep.27   House of Representatives     US braces for possible shutdown   The government is bracing for a possible shutdown, as Republicans and Democrats in Congress remain deadlocked on a budget to continue its fu... Sep.28   U.S. Senate     Senate to reject House funding bill   US Senate Majority leader Harry Reid has warned that his Democratic-led chamber will reject a House Republican bill to avert a government shutdown Sep.30   U.S. Congress     US shutdown looms amid stalemate
  A government shutdown looms as Democrat and Republican lawmakers remain unable to strike a deal on a new plan to continue funding its operation
  Washington     Obama: US budget shutdown is 'entirely avoidable'   President Barack Obama has said a potential US government shutdown is 'entirely avoidable' as only a few hours remain to avert it   Washington   US begins shutdown amid budget row
  The government has begun a partial shutdown after the House of Representatives refused to approve a budget for next year
 The Republican-led House of Representatives insisted on delaying Obamacare - as a condition for passing a bill
  Washington   US generals retire over Taliban raid  The head of the Marine Corps has ordered 2 generals to retire because they failed to defend Camp Bastion in Afghanistan from a Taliban attac...


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