Obama unveils record $5.7 trillion election-tinged budget

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Obama unveils record $5.7 trillion election-tinged budget

Barack Obama unveiled the last budget of his presidency on Tuesday, a record US$4.1 trillion (S$5.7 trillion) plan that is dead-on-arrival in Congress but could shape the 2016 White House race.

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Iowa's caucus tradition heats up

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Democrats and Republicans at a high school in Des Moines kick-off the Presidential election with a caucus.

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Most Americans support Obama's contested immigration plan: poll

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Most Americans support Obama's contested immigration plan: poll

Most Americans say they back a plan that would allow certain illegal immigrants to stay in the country, but support for the idea slips when President Barack Obama's name is attached to the question, according to a recent Reuters/Ipsos poll.

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Obama knocks Trump, voices optimism in speech to set 2016 tone

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Obama knocks Trump, voices optimism in speech to set 2016 tone

President Barack Obama took aim on Tuesday at Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump and accused critics of playing into the hands of Islamic State in a speech meant to cement his legacy and set a positive tone for his final year in office.

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Obama tells US to embrace time of 'extraordinary change'

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Obama tells US to embrace time of 'extraordinary change'

President Barack Obama told Americans nervous about terror and a changing economy that they should not fear the future, in a farewell State of the Union address that drew sharp contrast with Republicans.

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Obama says fight against Islamic State is not World War Three

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Obama says fight against Islamic State is not World War Three

WASHINGTON, Jan 12 - President Barack Obama accused critics on Tuesday of playing into the hands of Islamic State by comparing the fight against the militant group to World War Three, in an address aimed at laying out an optimistic vision of America's future.

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Obama says fight against Islamic State is not World War Three

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Obama says fight against Islamic State is not World War Three

President Barack Obama accused critics on Tuesday of playing into the hands of Islamic State by comparing the fight against the militant group to World War Three, in an address aimed at laying out an optimistic vision of America's future.

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Obama calls for U.S. to 'fix' its politics in final State of the Union speech

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Obama calls for U.S. to 'fix' its politics in final State of the Union speech

WASHINGTON, Jan 12 - President Barack Obama on Tuesday urged U.S. leaders to "fix our politics" and lift Americans' standard of living in a final State of the Union speech designed to contrast his vision for the country with Republican presidential campaign rhetoric.

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Obama, in State of Union speech, to draw contrast with Republican 'gloom'

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Obama, in State of Union speech, to draw contrast with Republican 'gloom'

President Barack Obama will paint an optimistic picture in his final State of the Union televised address on Tuesday, drawing a contrast with Republicans running to replace him in the November 2016 presidential election, his top aide said on Sunday.

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Obama: Demand a Congress brave enough to stand up

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President Barack Obama unveils a package of executive actions to expand background checks for gun purchases, moves that will generate backlash from Republicans yet have only limited impact on the millions of guns circulating in the U.S.

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Obama tightens gun rules, requires more background checks

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Obama tightens gun rules, requires more background checks

The White House unveiled gun control measures on Monday that require more gun sellers to get licenses and more gun buyers to undergo background checks, moves President Barack Obama said were well within his authority to implement without congressional approval.

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Obama tightens gun rules, requires more background checks

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Obama tightens gun rules, requires more background checks

WASHINGTON, Jan 4 - The White House unveiled gun control measures on Monday that require more gun sellers to get licenses and more gun buyers to undergo background checks, moves President Barack Obama said were well within his authority to implement without congressional approval.

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US House backs permanent tax breaks in massive bill

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US House backs permanent tax breaks in massive bill

A massive bill that extends billions of dollars in tax assistance to businesses and expands the budget deficit won US House of Representatives approval on December 17 in the closest thing to a grand bipartisan tax bargain in years.

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Clinton: 'Some candidates are saying some very hateful' things about Muslims

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Democratic Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton took aim at some Republicans candidates, saying "they are saying some very hateful, hurtful things" about Muslims.

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Trump lead among Republicans undiminished in first poll after Muslim comments

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Trump lead among Republicans undiminished in first poll after Muslim comments

Donald Trump held onto his commanding lead in the Republican race for the White House after his call for a ban on Muslims entering the United States was condemned worldwide, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll, the first national survey conducted entirely after the billionaire's remarks.

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