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Monday, January 24, 2022

Congress push to stop SPR shipments gains steam

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A plan to require the U.S. government to stop filling the nation’s emergency crude oil stockpile until prices drop has enough votes in the U.S. Senate to overcome a likely presidential veto, a Democratic lawmaker said on Tuesday.

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Obama strongly denounces former pastor

WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina (Reuters) – Democratic Sen. Barack Obama strongly denounced his former pastor on Tuesday, saying he was outraged by assertions made by Rev. Jeremiah Wright about the U.S. government and race that have disrupted Obama’s presidential campaign.

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Jesse Jackson urges Haiti debt relief

PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) – U.S. civil rights leader Jesse Jackson called for urgent debt relief for Haiti on Tuesday to ease the burden of a food crisis that sparked violent protests in the impoverished Caribbean nation earlier this month.

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Cocky and competitive: Basketball is Obama’s sweaty platform

PITTSBURGH (AP) — He’s confident and competitive. Superstitious and silly. Admits his mistakes. Shares credit. Always in control. That’s Barack Obama on the basketball court, the hardwood hideaway that helped him adjust to a white world as a racially mixed teenager – and now stands as a sweaty platform for his Democratic presidential campaign….

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