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'Helene Cooper New York Times' - 10 News Result(s)

  • US reaches debt deal two days ahead of deadline

    US reaches debt deal two days ahead of deadline

    President Obama and Congressional leaders of both parties said late Sunday that they had agreed to a framework for a budget deal that would cut trillions of dollars in federal spending over the next decade and clear the way for an increase in the government's borrowing limit.

  • Osama was not armed: White House changes account

    Osama was not armed: White House changes account

    Osama bin Laden was not carrying a weapon when he was killed by American troops in a fortified house in Pakistan, the White House said Tuesday, as it revised its initial account of the nighttime raid.Members of a Navy Seals team burst in on Bin Laden in the compound where he was hiding and shot him in a room on an upper floor, after a fierce gun ba...

  • White House weighs whether to release 'The Photo'

    White House weighs whether to release 'The Photo'

    To release or not to release?That question is bedeviling the Obama administration, as White House officials try to determine whether the burning desire among Americans to see an actual photo of Osama Bin Laden's body outweighs the potential harm that releasing such a photo might cause, by further inflaming Bin Laden's disciples around the world.A p...

  • How a courier led US to Osama mansion

    How a courier led US to Osama mansion

    After years of dead ends and promising leads gone cold, the big break came last August.A trusted courier of Osama bin Laden's whom American spies had been hunting for years was finally located in a sprawling mansion 35 miles north of the Pakistani capital, close to one of the hubs of American counterterrorism operations. The compound was so secure,...

  • Osama bin Laden dead, killed by US in Pak; shot in the head

    Osama bin Laden dead, killed by US in Pak; shot in the head

    Osama bin Laden, the mastermind of the most devastating attack on American soil in modern times and the most hunted man in the world, was killed in a firefight with United States forces in Pakistan on Sunday, President Obama announced.In a dramatic late-night appearance in the East Room of the White House, Mr. Obama declared that "justice has been ...

  • China's President Hu Jintao arrives in US

    China's President Hu Jintao arrives in US

    Chinese President Hu Jintao arrived here Tuesday afternoon for a two-day state visit that is expected to tackle a wide range of issues between the world's biggest economic power and its biggest economic rival.US Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. travelled to a cold and wet Andrews Air Force Base to greet Mr. Hu, who received red-carpet treatment a...

  • China President will meet a more aggressive Obama

    China President will meet a more aggressive Obama

    President Hu Jintao of China is coming to town this week, and American officials say President Obama will be taking a far more assertive stance as he greets his biggest global economic rival. On the pomp and ceremony front, the Obama administration appears to be deploying much of the White House's considerable protocol arsenal. The Chinese presiden...

  • Obama to make second Oval Office speech

    Obama to make second Oval Office speech

    For only the second time since he took office, President Obama will speak to the nation from the Oval Office on Tuesday night, in an address meant to convey that he has kept one of the central promises of his campaign: withdrawing American combat troops from Iraq. Obama will steer clear of the "mission accomplished" tone that President George W Bus...

  • Emotional Obama to Haiti: Won't be forsaken

    Emotional Obama to Haiti: Won't be forsaken

    US President Barack Obama on Thursday promised $100 million along with more US troops for the relief effort in Haiti.

  • Obama: Security didn't "connect the dots"

    Obama: Security didn't "connect the dots"

    President Barack Obama said Tuesday that the government had sufficient information to uncover the terror plot to bring down a commercial jetliner on Christmas Day, but that intelligence officials had "failed to connect those dots."

'Helene Cooper New York Times' - 10 News Result(s)

  • US reaches debt deal two days ahead of deadline

    US reaches debt deal two days ahead of deadline

    President Obama and Congressional leaders of both parties said late Sunday that they had agreed to a framework for a budget deal that would cut trillions of dollars in federal spending over the next decade and clear the way for an increase in the government's borrowing limit.

  • Osama was not armed: White House changes account

    Osama was not armed: White House changes account

    Osama bin Laden was not carrying a weapon when he was killed by American troops in a fortified house in Pakistan, the White House said Tuesday, as it revised its initial account of the nighttime raid.Members of a Navy Seals team burst in on Bin Laden in the compound where he was hiding and shot him in a room on an upper floor, after a fierce gun ba...

  • White House weighs whether to release 'The Photo'

    White House weighs whether to release 'The Photo'

    To release or not to release?That question is bedeviling the Obama administration, as White House officials try to determine whether the burning desire among Americans to see an actual photo of Osama Bin Laden's body outweighs the potential harm that releasing such a photo might cause, by further inflaming Bin Laden's disciples around the world.A p...

  • How a courier led US to Osama mansion

    How a courier led US to Osama mansion

    After years of dead ends and promising leads gone cold, the big break came last August.A trusted courier of Osama bin Laden's whom American spies had been hunting for years was finally located in a sprawling mansion 35 miles north of the Pakistani capital, close to one of the hubs of American counterterrorism operations. The compound was so secure,...

  • Osama bin Laden dead, killed by US in Pak; shot in the head

    Osama bin Laden dead, killed by US in Pak; shot in the head

    Osama bin Laden, the mastermind of the most devastating attack on American soil in modern times and the most hunted man in the world, was killed in a firefight with United States forces in Pakistan on Sunday, President Obama announced.In a dramatic late-night appearance in the East Room of the White House, Mr. Obama declared that "justice has been ...

  • China's President Hu Jintao arrives in US

    China's President Hu Jintao arrives in US

    Chinese President Hu Jintao arrived here Tuesday afternoon for a two-day state visit that is expected to tackle a wide range of issues between the world's biggest economic power and its biggest economic rival.US Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. travelled to a cold and wet Andrews Air Force Base to greet Mr. Hu, who received red-carpet treatment a...

  • China President will meet a more aggressive Obama

    China President will meet a more aggressive Obama

    President Hu Jintao of China is coming to town this week, and American officials say President Obama will be taking a far more assertive stance as he greets his biggest global economic rival. On the pomp and ceremony front, the Obama administration appears to be deploying much of the White House's considerable protocol arsenal. The Chinese presiden...

  • Obama to make second Oval Office speech

    Obama to make second Oval Office speech

    For only the second time since he took office, President Obama will speak to the nation from the Oval Office on Tuesday night, in an address meant to convey that he has kept one of the central promises of his campaign: withdrawing American combat troops from Iraq. Obama will steer clear of the "mission accomplished" tone that President George W Bus...

  • Emotional Obama to Haiti: Won't be forsaken

    Emotional Obama to Haiti: Won't be forsaken

    US President Barack Obama on Thursday promised $100 million along with more US troops for the relief effort in Haiti.

  • Obama: Security didn't "connect the dots"

    Obama: Security didn't "connect the dots"

    President Barack Obama said Tuesday that the government had sufficient information to uncover the terror plot to bring down a commercial jetliner on Christmas Day, but that intelligence officials had "failed to connect those dots."

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