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  Obama urges 'keep recovery going'   President Obama challenged Congress to keep the economic recovery going as new data showed unemployment down to its lowest rate in three yea...   US anger at Syria veto 'travesty'  Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has described as a 'travesty' Russia and China's veto of a UN resolution condemning Syria's crackdown   Obama: US and Israel 'in unison' on Iran  The US is working closely with Israel to prevent Iran from becoming a nuclear power, President Barack Obama has said US sanctions Iranian Central Bank  US President Barack Obama has placed stricter sanctions on Iran's government, including its central bank   Mexico fugitive linked to Obama 2012 bid  US President Barack Obama's election campaign is to return donations linked to the family of a fugitive Mexican casino magnate   Obama condemns onslaught on Homs  President Barack Obama has described the Syrian army's mortar and rocket attacks in the city of Homs, as 'outrageous bloodshed' US 'to change' contraception rule   The White House is preparing to compromise amid a growing row with religious leaders over a new rule on providing contraception   Obama budget plan to tax the rich  US President has proposed to raise taxes on the wealthy in his 2013 budget, prompting an election year spending showdown with Republicans   China vice-president in US visit  The man likely to become China's next leader, Vice-President Xi Jinping, has begun a closely watched visit to the United States   China's Xi defends rights record
U.S. seeks to end Afghan combat in 2013  The United States and NATO want to end their combat mission in Afghanistan next year, transitioning primarily to a training role US job numbers show strong growth

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  The US economy created 243,000 jobs in December, the highest total for nine months, official figures show
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  China's leader-in-waiting, Xi Jinping, has defended his country's human rights record, at a State Department lunch
  U.S. Congress   Congress 'hatches payroll tax cut deal'  A US congressional panel is reported to have reached a tentative deal on extending a payroll tax cut, ending weeks of uncertainty Feb.15   U.S. Congress     China's Xi meets with congressional leaders  China's presumptive next leader, Xi Jinping, met with U.S. congressional leaders Wednesday, the third day of a high profile visit Feb.17   U.S. Congress   FBI in US Capitol 'terror' arrest
  Amine El Khalifi, 29, has been arrested near the US Capitol building as part of an anti-terror investigation
Feb.22   Washington     Obama seeks US corporate tax cut  US President Barack Obama is to propose cutting the US corporate tax rate from 35% to 28%, and closing loopholes   Washington     US dismay at IAEA Iranian visit   The White House has said it is disappointed that UN nuclear inspectors were barred from a site in Iran, calling the visit a 'failure' for Ir... Feb.23   Washington     Obama apology for Koran burnings
  President Barack Obama has apologised to the Afghan people for the burning of Korans by American troops at a US base
  Washington   Web privacy fears spur US plans   The White House has called on internet firms to develop stronger privacy protections for consumers Feb.26   Washington   Last missing U.S. soldier in Iraq ID'd  The U.S. Army has identified the remains of Staff Sgt. Ahmed K. Altaie of Ann Arbor, the last missing U.S. service member unaccounted for in... Feb.28   U.S. Senate   US 'ties N Korea aid to change'  Admiral Robert Willard, commander of the US Pacific Fleet has said that the issue of food aid for North Korea is now linked to political conditions Feb.29   Washington   US welcomes North Korea nuclear move
  The US has welcomed North Korea's pledge to suspend uranium enrichment, as well as nuclear and long-range missile tests


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