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  World powers mull Iran options  World powers are discussing next steps toward Iran if it fails to meet a year-end deadline for addressing concern over its nuclear program Senate passes healthcare reform bill
White House officials push Afghan surge  Top US officials have begun working to build support for the Afghan troop surge, a day after President Obama set out his new strategy   Obama to attend end of climate summit  US President has changed his plans to attend the UN summit on climate change in Copenhagen next week   Gates: No Bin Laden information in years  US Defence Secretary: The US has had no reliable information on the whereabouts of al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden in years Obama team rejects criticism of exit timing  State Secretary Clinton said it was not a 'drop-dead deadline' while Defence Secretary Gates said it was 'the beginning of a process' US North Korea envoy to begin mission  The special representative to North Korea, Stephen Bosworth, is preparing to travel to Pyongyang for three days of talks McChrystal: Next 18 months 'critical'  Top U.S. commander: Finding Osama bin Laden and rolling back Taliban are necessary steps toward winning the war in Afghanistan U.S.: Senior al Qaeda planner killed  A U.S. counterterrorism official says there are 'strong indications' Saleh al-Somali, was killed in a missile strike earlier this week Obama tells US banks to lend more  US President has told bankers to increase loans to small and medium-size businesses after a meeting with executives of some of top banks U.S. test to simulate Iran missile attack  The Missile Defense Agency will practice protecting the U.S. from an attack in an exercise using the agency's newest missile-killing technology Snowstorm strikes US East Coast


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  A fierce winter snowstorm is causing travel chaos and forcing airline cancellations in Washington and Baltimore
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  The bill aims to cover 31 million uninsured Americans and could lead to the biggest change in US healthcare in decades.    The bill was adopted by 60 votes to 39, with senators voting along party lines. President Obama is saying it was the most important piece of...
  Washington   Obama hails Senate health bill support  President Obama has welcomed the passage of healthcare bill through the Senate, saying it paves the way for 'real' reform Dec.25   Washington   U.S. military drops ban on pregnancy  The military has dropped a controversial rule that called for punishing soldiers in northern Iraq for becoming pregnant or impregnating another... Dec.27   Washington     Obama orders review of flight screenings
  President has ordered a review of security screening processes after botched terror attack on a U.S. airliner
Dec.28   Washington     Obama: US will pursue plane plotters  President Obama has pledged his administration 'will not rest' until all those behind an alleged plot to bomb a US plane are brought to justice   Washington   U.S. help Yemen to confront al Qaeda  'Solid intelligence' from U.S. and Yemen services finally persuaded Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh last summer to accept increased help Dec.29   Nigeria   Suspect's father met with CIA  The father of Umar Farouk AbdulMutallab talked about his son's extremist views with someone from the CIA and a report was prepared   Washington     Obama notes 'systemic failure' on jet bomb  President Obama has said a systemic failure allowed a known extremist with explosives to get onto a US-bound plane last week   Washington   US rejects Russian shield concerns  The State Department has rejected fresh concerns raised by Moscow about its planned missile defence system Dec.30   Afghanistan     Eight US 'CIA agents' killed in bomb attack Map of Khost Afghanistan
  A bomber was wearing an explosive vest managed to enter Forward Operating Base Chapman
Dec.31   CIA   CIA chief confirms officers killed by bomb
  The dead include a mother of three who was the head of the CIA's base in Khost Province, near Pakistan
  CIA     Obama rallies CIA after Afghanistan bomb  Barack Obama has sent a rallying letter to the after 7 staff were killed by an Afghan bomber - one of the worst attacks in the agency's history


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1. 12-02 White House officials push Afghan surge Washington
C. 12-05 Gates: No Bin Laden information in years Washington
3. 12-06 Obama team rejects criticism of exit timing Washington
4. 12-07 US North Korea envoy to begin mission Washington
F. 12-08 McChrystal: Next 18 months 'critical' U.S. Senate
G. 12-14 Obama tells US banks to lend more Washington
H. 12-18 U.S. test to simulate Iran missile attack Washington
12-24 Senate passes healthcare reform bill U.S. Senate



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