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U.S. War on Terrorism, 2006   Terror Trial Bill (2)   Mexico, 2006   Democrats (77)   USA Election, Vote (202)
  Democrats warn Chavez: Don't bash Bush  Chavez called Bush 'the devil' in a scorching speech before the United Nations US deal struck on terror suspects  President W Bush has reached a deal with Republican senators on a bill setting rules for the interrogation Democrats seek full terror report  Senators Democrats said parts of the report declassified on did not give Americans enough information Senate backs terror trial bill
DeLay relinquishes Congress post Court nominee Alito faces Senate Internet firms 'bowed to Beijing'  Congressmen have condemned major firms including Microsoft and Google for helping China censor the internet Angry U.S. wants envoys' answers Congress scraps cotton subsidy Deal struck on anti-terror law US government 'failed' on Katrina Final approval for Patriot Act Setback for Bush' ports plan   Rice defends India nuclear deal  Secretary of State has urged Congress to ratify a deal to give India civil nuclear technology US nuclear talks with Iran urged  Senators have said the administration should hold direct talks with Iran on its nuclear program Katrina agency faces closure call 'Shots heard' in Capitol office Charges of cover-up against Marines Senate blocks gay marriage ban US Senate approves stem cell bill  The Senate has approved a controversial bill to expand embryonic research, which Bush has promised to veto Hearings set on Bolton's U.N. posting  Senate Republicans scheduled a confirmation hearing on John Bolton, who is serving on a presidential appointment US House backs India nuclear deal  The House of Representatives has approved an agreement to share civilian nuclear technology with India US echoes Iraq civil war warning  Gen. John Abizaid: Iraq could move toward civil war if the sectarian violence is not stopped US 'lacks Iran arms intelligence'  Congressional report: The US lacks reliable intelligence on Iran's capability, including its plans to develop a nuclear bomb Saddam 'had no link to al-Qaeda'  Senate report: There is no evidence of formal links between Iraqi ex-leader and al-Qaeda leaders prior 2003   Senators defy Bush on tribunals


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  A Senate committee is approving 15-9 legislation to set up trials for foreign terrorism suspects
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  The legislation is endorsing Bush's proposals to interrogate and prosecute foreign terror suspects
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  Republicans are authorizing a fence along 1/3 of the Mexico border and making a $1.2 billion down payment on it


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Oct.5   US House leader 'will not resign'  House of Representatives Speaker Hastert has apologised over a sex scandal involving a fellow Republican

November 2006 ... more > Top ^
Nov.7     Democrats seize control of House
  The Dems has won control of the House of Representatives in the mid-term elections. Senate hangs on 2 races
 The Democrats had picked up the 15 seats needed to wrest power. The Democratic Party focused on voters' anger over the Iraq, while the Republicans stressed their own stance on security. House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi stands to become the first female House speaker. Arnie holds California
Nov.8   Democrats to control Senate
  Democrats appear to have won the final seat needed to take control of the Senate Nov.9     Democrats secure sweeping win
  Democrats have gained the final seat in the battle for the Senate, sealing their mid-term victory in both houses
 Republican Allen admitted defeat to his Democrat Webb, in the close Virginia race. Bush has pledged to work with Democrats; he is open to new ideas on Iraq. Democrats are getting posts on congressional committees and control over federal spending
Nov.10   Bolton's U.N. nomination opposed again  A key Senate Republican has joined Democrats in opposing John Bolton's nomination as U.S. ambassador Nov.16   Senate agrees India nuclear deal  The Senate has overwhelmingly voted to pass a deal to share civilian nuclear technology with India

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Dec.5     R. Gates: US not winning conflict in Iraq  Defence Secretary nominee has told a Senate committee that the US is not winning the war Dec.8   House backs India nuclear bill
  The House of Representatives has voted, 330 to 59, in favour of allowing the export of civilian nuclear fuel to India





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