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Reid vs. Reid’s Mouth – Wall Street Journal


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Reid vs. Reid's Mouth
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The Senate Majority Leader isn't backing down from his remarks comparing Republican opponents of the Democratic health-care bill to defenders of slavery. By JOHN FUND Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid isn't backing down from controversial remarks
Senate Republicans Turn Tables on Weekend Sessions to Debate Health CareFOXNews
Unions pressure Democrats on health insurance taxThe Associated Press
GOP Senators in Rush to Delay Health BillNew York Times (blog)
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Obama Nobel speech: Is ‘law of love’ an antidote to war? – Christian Science Monitor


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Obama Nobel speech: Is 'law of love' an antidote to war?
Christian Science Monitor
The Obama speech after receiving the Nobel Peace Prize defines a new vision for a superpower seeking help against new kinds of threats. By the Monitor's Editorial Board A mix of idealism and national self-interest has often marked American leadership
Obama: Afghanistan troop drawdown won't be steepThe Associated Press
Barack Obama defends war as he receives Nobel Peace PrizeTelegraph.co.uk
Obama Stands Tall In OsloFOXNews
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Audit Finds TARP Program Effective – New York Times


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Audit Finds TARP Program Effective
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The independent panel that oversees the government's financial bailout program concluded in a year-end review that, despite flaws and lingering problems, the program “can be credited with stopping an economic panic.
US bailout fund left many problems unsolved: watchdogReuters
President Obama says spare bailout funds can be redirectedUSA Today
Oversight Panel: tarp's Impact, Potential Costs Still UnclearWall Street Journal
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Copenhagen climate summit: developing countries warn of ‘absolute devastation’ – Telegraph.co.uk


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Copenhagen climate summit: developing countries warn of 'absolute devastation'
Telegraph.co.uk
The Copenhagen climate summit was thrown into disarray last night after developing countries said the current plans for a deal on global warming condemned millions of people to “absolute devastation”. By Louise Gray, Environment Correspondent The row
Climate Deal Likely to Bear Big Price TagNew York Times
Copenhagen: Leaked draft deal widens rift between rich and poor nationsguardian.co.uk
Developing Nations Call for Rich to Aid Emissions CutsWall Street Journal
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Senators Strike Health Deal – Wall Street Journal


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Senators Strike Health Deal
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AP Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid talks to the media after the Senate Democratic caucus that Obama attended on Capitol Hill in Washington on Sunday. WASHINGTON — Senior Senate Democrats reached tentative agreement
Senate Democrats reach deal on 'public option' health planUSA Today
Senate compromise may discard 'public option'Chicago Tribune
Senate Democrats reach tentative deal on public optionMiamiHerald.com
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US charges Chicago man in 2008 Mumbai attack – Reuters


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US charges Chicago man in 2008 Mumbai attack
Reuters
CHICAGO (Reuters) – A Chicago man previously accused of plotting to attack a Danish newspaper was charged Monday with scouting targets for a militant Pakistani group for the 2008 attack on Mumbai that killed 166 people. US prosecutors accused David
Chicago Man Is Charged in 2008 Attack on MumbaiNew York Times
Chicago Man Charged by US in 2008 Mumbai AttackBloomberg
US man charged over Mumbai attacksABC Online
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Senate health care debate to focus on abortion – CNN


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Senate health care debate to focus on abortion
CNN
President Obama leaves after meeting with Senate Democrats to rally support for the health care bill. Washington (CNN) — Senate debate on a sweeping health care bill proceeds to one of the most controversial issues Monday: an amendment to tighten
Reid Compares Opponents of Health Care Reform to Supporters of SlaveryFOXNews
Senator adds abortion restrictions to health care billDetroit Free Press
Obama Rallies Democratic Senators on Health Care ReformVoice of America
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Climate Conference Opens in Copenhagen – Voice of America


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Climate Conference Opens in Copenhagen
Voice of America
Photo: AP The UN Climate Change conference opened in Copenhagen, Denmark Monday with some 15000 delegates and observers from nearly 200 countries attending what is being billed the last best chance for an agreement to combat global warming.
The world wants action on climate changeBBC News
Hopes of a deal remain high as climate talks open in Copenhagenguardian.co.uk
Min: Global CO2 Cut Pledges Not Enough For EU To Raise TargetWall Street Journal
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Sarah Palin in the belly of the beast: Washington – Washington Post


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Sarah Palin in the belly of the beast: Washington
Washington Post
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican firebrand Sarah Palin invaded the city she loves to hate on Saturday and rubbed shoulders with the herd of journalists she usually holds in disdain. Palin was the guest speaker at the annual winter
What Sarah Palin had to say at Saturday's Gridiron dinnerMiamiHerald.com
Palin pokes fun at herself at journalists' dinnerThe Associated Press
Sarah Palin – Barney Frank smackdown: Lots of laughs, no low blowsUSA Today
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Reid vs. Reid’s Mouth – Wall Street Journal

National PostReid vs. Reid’s MouthWall Street JournalThe Senate Majority Leader isn’t backing down from his remarks comparing Republican opponents of the Democratic health-care bill to defenders of slavery. By JOHN FUND Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid isn’t backing down from controversial remarks …Senate Republicans Turn Tables on Weekend Sessions to Debate Health CareFOXNewsUnions pressure Democrats […]

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Obama Nobel speech: Is ‘law of love’ an antidote to war? – Christian Science Monitor

Telegraph.co.ukObama Nobel speech: Is ‘law of love’ an antidote to war?Christian Science MonitorThe Obama speech after receiving the Nobel Peace Prize defines a new vision for a superpower seeking help against new kinds of threats. By the Monitor’s Editorial Board A mix of idealism and national self-interest has often marked American leadership …Obama: Afghanistan troop […]

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Audit Finds TARP Program Effective – New York Times

MiamiHerald.comAudit Finds TARP Program EffectiveNew York TimesWASHINGTON — The independent panel that oversees the government’s financial bailout program concluded in a year-end review that, despite flaws and lingering problems, the program “can be credited with stopping an economic panic. …US bailout fund left many problems unsolved: watchdogReutersPresident Obama says spare bailout funds can be redirectedUSA […]

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Copenhagen climate summit: developing countries warn of ‘absolute devastation’ – Telegraph.co.uk

Sydney Morning HeraldCopenhagen climate summit: developing countries warn of ‘absolute devastation’Telegraph.co.ukThe Copenhagen climate summit was thrown into disarray last night after developing countries said the current plans for a deal on global warming condemned millions of people to “absolute devastation”. By Louise Gray, Environment Correspondent The row …Climate Deal Likely to Bear Big Price TagNew […]

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Senators Strike Health Deal – Wall Street Journal

ReutersSenators Strike Health DealWall Street JournalAP Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid talks to the media after the Senate Democratic caucus that Obama attended on Capitol Hill in Washington on Sunday. WASHINGTON — Senior Senate Democrats reached tentative agreement …Senate Democrats reach deal on ‘public option’ health planUSA TodaySenate compromise may discard ‘public option’Chicago TribuneSenate Democrats […]

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US charges Chicago man in 2008 Mumbai attack – Reuters

BBC NewsUS charges Chicago man in 2008 Mumbai attackReutersCHICAGO (Reuters) – A Chicago man previously accused of plotting to attack a Danish newspaper was charged Monday with scouting targets for a militant Pakistani group for the 2008 attack on Mumbai that killed 166 people. US prosecutors accused David …Chicago Man Is Charged in 2008 Attack […]

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Senate health care debate to focus on abortion – CNN

Boston GlobeSenate health care debate to focus on abortionCNNPresident Obama leaves after meeting with Senate Democrats to rally support for the health care bill. Washington (CNN) — Senate debate on a sweeping health care bill proceeds to one of the most controversial issues Monday: an amendment to tighten …Reid Compares Opponents of Health Care Reform […]

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Climate Conference Opens in Copenhagen – Voice of America

guardian.co.ukClimate Conference Opens in CopenhagenVoice of AmericaPhoto: AP The UN Climate Change conference opened in Copenhagen, Denmark Monday with some 15000 delegates and observers from nearly 200 countries attending what is being billed the last best chance for an agreement to combat global warming. …The world wants action on climate changeBBC NewsHopes of a deal […]

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Sarah Palin in the belly of the beast: Washington – Washington Post

guardian.co.ukSarah Palin in the belly of the beast: WashingtonWashington PostWASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican firebrand Sarah Palin invaded the city she loves to hate on Saturday and rubbed shoulders with the herd of journalists she usually holds in disdain. Palin was the guest speaker at the annual winter …What Sarah Palin had to say at Saturday’s […]

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