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2009-02-05

New York Times

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                           'body' => 'WASHINGTON — Can the shrill tone of Washington be changed through a presidential act of contrition? Or, perhaps, an enticing platter of oatmeal raisin cookies? This week, President Obama has already served up both at the White House. To one set of visitors, a gathering of Democratic and Republican members of Congress whom he invited to watch t',
                           'date' => '20090205',
                           'byline' => 'By JEFF ZELENY',
                           'url' => 'http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/05/us/politics/04web-zeleny.html',
                           'title' => 'ON THE WHITE HOUSE; With Attention, and Cookies, Obama Woos the Opposition'
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                           'body' => 'Wall Street fluctuated in early trading amid disappointing earnings reports and questions about Washington’s efforts to revive the economy. European shares moved higher. The Senate is getting closer to passing a $900 billion stimulus plan . Meanwhile, Kraft Foods , the Walt Disney Company and Time Warner have reported worse-than-expected four',
                           'date' => '20090205',
                           'byline' => 'By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS',
                           'url' => 'http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/05/business/05markets.html',
                           'title' => 'Wall Street Opens Quietly and Tries to Move Higher'
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                           'body' => 'MOSCOW — The Kyrgyz Parliament will vote Friday on a measure that will close a key United States military base, potentially jeopardizing NATO supply lines to Afghanistan , the Kyrgyz government said Wednesday. But American diplomats and military officials in the region said negotiations on the base’s future were continuing. A Kyrgyz stat',
                           'date' => '20090205',
                           'byline' => 'By ELLEN BARRY and MICHAEL SCHWIRTZ',
                           'url' => 'http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/05/world/europe/05kyrgyz.html',
                           'title' => 'Dispute Mounts Over U.S. Base in Kyrgyzstan'
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                           'body' => 'WASHINGTON — The Obama administration may take a tough line with Tehran in coming months even as it signals a willingness to move toward direct talks with Iranian officials, according to President Obama ’s aides and outside experts who have consulted with the government about Iran . While Mr. Obama is expected to soften the Bush administ',
                           'date' => '20090204',
                           'byline' => 'By HELENE COOPER and MARK LANDLER',
                           'url' => 'http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/04/washington/04diplo.html',
                           'title' => 'On Iran, Obama Plans Talk and Some Toughness'
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                           'body' => 'The most serious charge against the stimulus package is that it does not pack enough punch. Two different camps have been making this argument over the last few weeks. Publicly, the Obama administration hasn’t really answered either one. The first camp says that the stimulus is simply too small. The recession is likely to idle almost $2 trill',
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                           'byline' => 'By DAVID LEONHARDT',
                           'url' => 'http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/04/business/04leonhardt.html',
                           'title' => "ECONOMIC SCENE; Time to Steer \x{e2}\x{80}\x{98}Forceful Course\x{e2}\x{80}\x{99} for Stimulus"
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                           'body' => 'Washington THE Taliban didn’t wait long to test Barack Obama. On Tuesday, militants bombed a bridge in the Khyber Pass region in Pakistan, cutting off supply lines to NATO forces in neighboring Afghanistan. This poses a serious problem for President Obama, who has said that he wants more American troops in Afghanistan. But troops need supplie',
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                           'byline' => 'By GEORGE FRIEDMAN',
                           'url' => 'http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/04/opinion/04georgefriedman.html',
                           'title' => 'OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR; Afghan Supplies, Russian Demands'
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                           'body' => 'WASHINGTON — The election last week of Michael Steele to be chairman of the Republican National Committee drew considerable notice, not surprisingly: he is the first African-American to hold that position in the party’s 155-year history. Yet there are other ways that the selection of Mr. Steele, a former lieutenant governor from Maryland',
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                           'byline' => 'By ADAM NAGOURNEY',
                           'url' => 'http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/04/us/politics/03web-nagourney.html',
                           'title' => 'ON POLITICS; New Face of G.O.P. Brings a Brash Style'
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                           'body' => 'WASHINGTON — Tom Daschle withdrew his nomination as secretary of health and human services on Tuesday after weathering four days of scrutiny over unpaid taxes, prompting President Obama to concede having “screwed up” in undermining his own ethical standards by pushing the appointment. “I’ve got to own up to my mistake, ',
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                           'byline' => 'By JEFF ZELENY',
                           'url' => 'http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/04/us/politics/04obama.html',
                           'title' => 'Daschle Ends Bid for Post; Obama Concedes Mistake'
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                           'body' => 'In just a couple of hours on Tuesday, two high-level nominees for jobs in the Obama administration took themselves out of the running because of tax problems that they could have avoided. So what sort of mess is lurking in your return? Tom Daschle , who was to head the Health and Human Services Department , had income that he didn’t report in',
                           'date' => '20090204',
                           'byline' => 'By RON LIEBER',
                           'url' => 'http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/04/your-money/04money.html',
                           'title' => 'YOUR MONEY; How to Avoid a Tom Daschle Tax Problem'
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                           'body' => 'Wind and solar power have been growing at a blistering pace in recent years, and that growth seemed likely to accelerate under the green-minded Obama administration. But because of the credit crisis and the broader economic downturn, the opposite is happening: installation of wind and solar power is plummeting. Factories building parts for these in',
                           'date' => '20090204',
                           'byline' => 'By KATE GALBRAITH',
                           'url' => 'http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/04/business/04windsolar.html',
                           'title' => 'Dark Days for Green Energy'
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