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  USA apologies after sub hits boat
Ashcroft is attorney general  He was confirmed by 58-42 Senate vote   Bush begins effort on tax plan  U.S. President begins to sell 10-year, $1.6 trillion across-the-board tax cut plan to lawmakers   AIDS a national security problem  Powell said US need to do more to fight the disease that is killing millions of people in Africa Gunman shot near White House

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Feb.7   Washington  
  A Secret Service officer shot the 47-year-old man after he refused to surrender a gun he was waving
Feb.10   Washington  
  Powell telephoned Japanese Foreign Minister. Rescuers are combing the waters for survivors
Feb.14   U.S. Senate   Senators push for China censure  11 senators have urged Bush to sponsor a U.N. resolution to condemn China's human rights record Feb.20   Washington     Powell looks at any option on Iraq  Secretary of State faces challenge gaining support for a US policy toward Iraq Feb.23   Washington     Bush, Blair focus on arms plans
  British Prime Minister is seeking to reaffirm special relationship with the U.S. during talks with Bush.
  Washington     Bush meets Blair
  British Prime Minister described his first face-to-face talks with U.S. President as productive
Feb.27   Washington     Bush Appeals for Tax Cut
  President is pushing for $1.6 trillion, retroactive tax break


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