Tuesday, July 3, 2012

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IMF issues downbeat US economic forecast - US politics live
The Guardian
IMF delivers a downbeat assessment of the US economy but warns that 'excessive' budget cuts could harm world growth.
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The Guardian
Wooing Swing Voters, Both Parties Wary of Overemphasizing Health Care
New York Times
The Supreme Court's decision on President Obama's health care law has thrown a wrench into campaigns for control of the House and the Senate, Republican and Democratic leaders say.
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New York Times
Video: Canadian Beverly Hills lawyer describes her biggest misconception of US ...
Globe and Mail
Chloe Wolman moved from Toronto to Los Angeles to attend law school. She is now a lawyer, an American citizen, and this November she will be voting for the first time in a U.S. presidential election. Here, she describes having her biggest misconception ...
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Consensus cracking on US policy toward Myanmar
The Seattle Times
Jim Webb, D-Va., last week criticized opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, a figure revered by both U.S. political parties and key to bipartisan support for administration policy. During a recent trip to Europe she had cautioned against foreign ...
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Pakistan opens Afghan supply line after US apology
The Seattle Times
It stressed that reopening the supply lines would help the U.S. pull out of Afghanistan sooner, saying the transition was in "Pakistan's interest." The statement sought to head off the inevitable political backlash in a country where anti-American ...
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IMF: U.S. Recovery 'Remains Tepid' Due to Euro Crisis, U.S. Politics
24/7 Wall St.
The International Monetary Fund warned Tuesday that the U.S. recovery is still on shaky footing, and political action must be taken to keep economic growth stable. "The U.S. recovery remains tepid and subject to elevated downside risks, in light of ...
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Pakistan to reopen supply routes after US apology
Bradenton Herald
Pakistan agreed Tuesday to reopen supply routes to the U.S.-led NATO force in Afghanistan after the United States apologized for the first time for inadvertently killing 24 Pakistani troops who were manning two border posts last November, signaling a ...
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Interactive: Meet your Canadian guides to the US election
Globe and Mail
Adjusting to American life has also extended to politics. Ms. Halfyard supports President Barack Obama in a state that went Republican in 2008 and where anti-Obama sentiment runs strong and deep. But she is learning to suspend her values, listen and be ...
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US military deaths in Afghanistan at 1896
The Seattle Times
As of Tuesday, July 3, 2012, at least 1896 members of the U.S. military had died in Afghanistan as a result of the U.S.-led invasion of Afghanistan in late 2001, according to an Associated Press count. By The Associated Press. The Associated Press ...
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The Politics of Country-of-Origin Labeling
The Politics of Country-of-Origin Labeling. In the United States, Mandatory Country-of-Origin Labeling (MCOOL) was introduced in 2002 in the U.S. Farm Bill, but it was not brought into force until 2008. Because of the bill, American retailers ...
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US politics + US healthcare | World news | The Guardian
IMF issues downbeat US economic forecast - US politics live · Live 3 Jul 2012: ... Healthcare battle continues - US politics live coverage · Ann and Mitt Romney ...
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