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Obama-Bush Meeting Focuses on Economy, Foreign Policy
U.S. president-elect Barack Obama and outgoing leader George W. Bush discussed the economic situation and foreign policy at their White House meeting Monday.
 
 
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  • U.S. President-elect Barack Obama is formulating a plan to put Guantanamo detainees on trials on U.S. soil, which will lead to the closure of Guantanamo prison, a campaign promise he made.
  • Hu, Obama Focus on Ties, Cooperation over Phone

  • Chinese President Hu Jintao and US president-elect Barack Obama discusse the bilateral relations and major international issues of common concern in phone talks.
     
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    Hot Issues
  • Obama Wants Trials of Guantanamo Detainees on U.S. Soil
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    World Reactions
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    Audio News/Reports
  • Obama: Handling Economic Crisis High on the Agenda after He Takes Office
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    Highlights
  • New York Fed Head Picked for Treasury
  • Hillary "on Track" to be Next Secretary of State
  • G20 Summit Contacted by U.S. President-Elect
  • Obama's Weekly Radio Address Goes On-Line
  • Obama, Mccain to Meet Next Week
  • Hillary, Possible Candidate for Secretary of State
  • Obama to Resign Senate Seat
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    U.S. News
  • California Dedicated to Promoting Laser Technology
  • Gay Marriage Ban Should Be Overturned: California Governor
  • New York State Parks to Remain Open in Winter
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  • Two U.S. Men Charged in Plot to Kill Obama
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    Parties/Politics
  • U.S. Democrats Triumph in Elections to Congress, Governors' Positions
  • Bush Promises Smooth Transition to Obama
  • Democrats Solidify Dominance in U.S. Senate
  • U.S. Presidential Candidates' Views on Key Issues
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