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Republican White House hopeful Michele Bachmann insisted yesterday she was joking when she said a hurricane and quake were God's warning to Washington, in an effort to control the damage from her latest controversial comments.

Stephen Foley: Washington battened down for a storm in a Starbucks coffee cup

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US 'unlikely' to sell F-16 fighter jets to Taiwan

The sale of 66 American F-16 fighter jets to Taiwan, which would cause fury in Beijing, now appears unlikely to go through, according to sources. Taiwan has repeatedly asked Washington to agree to sell it the advanced fighters, citing the need to counter the growing military strength of China, which views the island as a breakaway province.

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Congresswoman and Arizona shooting survivor Gabrielle Giffords is met with applause during her return to Washington.

Pakistan: US drone attacks kill 45 militants

At least 45 suspected militants have been killed in a series of missile strikes from US drone aircraft in Pakistan's north-west, one of the largest death tolls to date in the controversial air bombing campaign.

US ambassador resigns over WikiLeaks fallout

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