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CIA nominee defends drone strikes  CIA director nominee John Brennan has defended the US drone-strikes programme at a Senate confirmation hearing Boeing gets 787 test flight approval  The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has allowed Boeing to carry out test flights of 787 Dreamliner planes US veteran receives Medal of Honor   Barack Obama has presented the Medal of Honor to a former taff Sgt Clinton Romesha, 31, for his heroism during a huge firefight in Afghanist...   Obama pledges to reignite economy
US economy adds 157,000 new jobs  Slightly below forecasts, but the number of new jobs at the end of 2012 was revised up significantly, official data has shown   Hillary Clinton says goodbye to state department   Hillary Clinton has said the world is a safer place, in her farewell address to state department staff on her last day as America's top dipl...   Obama shooting picture released   The White House has released a picture of Barack Obama skeet-shooting - seemingly to settle a row over whether the president had fired a gun... Drone strikes legal case revealed

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  The legal basis for using drone strikes to kill US citizens has been disclosed in a leaked justice department memo
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  President Obama urges Congress to back his plans for government action to revive the sluggish US economy in his State of the Union speech
  U.S. Senate   Senate committee approves Hagel bid  A US Senate committee has approved the nomination of ex-Republican Senator Chuck Hagel to be President Barack Obama's secretary of defence Feb.13   Washington     Obama: 34,000 U.S. troops out of Afghanistan
  President Barack Obama announced in his State of the Union speech that some 34,000 U.S. troops will have returned home by this time next year
Feb.14   U.S. Senate   Republicans halt Hagel Pentagon vote  Republican senators have delayed a vote to confirm Chuck Hagel, President Obama's nominee for US secretary of defense Feb.22   Washington   US grounds entire F-35 jet fleet  The US has grounded its entire fleet of 51 F-35 fighter jets after the discovery of a cracked engine blade   Washington   US government to sue Armstrong  The US government has joined a lawsuit against Lance Armstrong after talks with his lawyers broke down Feb.26   U.S. Senate   Hagel confirmed as defence secretary
  The Senate has confirmed former Senator Chuck Hagel as the new Pentagon chief, after 4 Republicans joined Democrats to approve his nomination
Feb.27   Washington   White House budget cuts talks ahead   Congressional leaders head to the White House on Friday to discuss a series of deep budget cuts, on the day the measures are due to take eff...   Washington     Kerry set to announce aid for Syrian opposition  Secretary of State John Kerry is expected to announce an assistance package in the 'tens of millions' of dollars for the Syrian opposition Feb.28   Washington     U.S. to give additional $60M to Syrian opposition
  The United States stepped further into Syria's civil war Thursday, promising rebel fighters food and medical supplies -- but not weapons
  CIA   CIA leaker starts 30-month sentence  John Kiriakou, ex-CIA officer sentenced to 30 months in prison has told the BBC he has made peace with his decision to leak a covert officer's name   Washington     Manning pleads guilty to some charges  Bradley Manning,, the US soldier accused of leaking large amounts of secret data to Wikileaks has pleaded guilty to a series of lesser charges   U.S. Congress   No deal in sight on US budget cuts  The US Congress has adjourned for the weekend without having reached a deal to avert huge automatic budget cuts   Washington   Pentagon to resume F-35 jet flights Map of Pentagon USA  The Pentagon has said it will resume flights on its F-35 fighter jets, after the whole fleet was grounded last week

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B. 02-01 US economy adds 157,000 new jobs Washington
02-05 Drone strikes legal case revealed Washington
3. 02-07 CIA nominee defends drone strikes U.S. Senate
4. 02-12 Obama pledges to reignite economy U.S. Congress
F. 02-13 Obama: 34,000 U.S. troops out of Afghanistan Washington
6. 02-26 Hagel confirmed as defence secretary U.S. Senate
H. 02-28 U.S. to give additional $60M to Syrian opposition Washington


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