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Commerce chief eyes India military, nuclear deals

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Commerce Secretary Gary Locke said on Thursday he will press India to buy U.S. fighter jets and other advanced technology products when he leads Boeing, Lockheed Martin…

Senate panel backs patent overhaul bill

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A bill to reduce the likelihood of massive damage awards in patent disputes took a step forward on Thursday with approval by the Senate Judiciary Committee. <a…

Risks in Egypt were on Obama’s radar early on

WASHINGTON/LONDON (Reuters) – When a public uprising ousted Tunisia’s leader after two decades in power, U.S. policymakers and intelligence analysts immediately wondered what this might mean for Egypt, the most…

Rummy, in new book, defends Iraq war debacle

Rummy, in new book, defends Iraq war debacle

Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld concludes in his new autobiography that the war in Iraq has been worth the cost and remains largely unapologetic about his handling of the conflict,…

Wal-Mart struggles in the Big Apple

Wal-Mart struggles in the Big Apple

Wal-Mart’s lengthy struggle to open in New York City has hit fresh problems — a controversial report that said America’s biggest discounter does not just sell cheap, it makes neighborhoods…

Rumsfeld defends handling of Iraq war in new book

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld concludes in his new autobiography that the war in Iraq has been worth the cost and remains largely unapologetic about his handling…

Senate rejects bid to repeal healthcare law

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama’s fellow Democrats in the Senate blocked a Republican bid on Wednesday to repeal his healthcare overhaul, a year-old law whose ultimate fate likely rests…

Lawmakers’ views vary on aid cutoff to Egypt

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. lawmakers are unlikely to slash American aid to Egypt quickly, but they are watching to see where unrest there leads, congressional aides and analysts said on…

Obama and McCain end long-running feud

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama and Republican Senator John McCain, bitter rivals from the 2008 election campaign whose feud festered for two years, completed a thaw on Wednesday when…

U.S. seeks change, not asking Mubarak to go now

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The White House on Wednesday said Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak must begin to take concrete steps toward democratic elections now but stopped short of calling on him…