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Republican politician won't give up his lifestyle to run for the White House

Conservative Party conference: David Cameron defends Tory plan for more seven years of austerity

Billions more to be cut from welfare cash before 2020 in pledge for surplus

Shutdown looms for US government as Republicans seek to derail Obama's healthcare bill by stripping funding

If Congress cannot agree on a spending bill by Tuesday the government will run out of money for non-essential services

Republicans divided over spending and Obamacare legislation support

As the conflicts over Obamacare and the raising of the debt ceiling continue in the US Congress, it is becoming clear that those battles are not merely Republican versus Democrat, but also Republican versus Republican.

The President was speaking at a community college just outside Washington

Republican debt-default threat is crazy, says President Obama

Barack Obama has denounced Republican moves to potentially use the threat of a disastrous debt default by the American government to delay funding for his signature health reforms as “crazy”, saying he would “not negotiate on anything when it comes to the full faith and credit of the United States of America”.

Obama accused the Republicans of 'extortion'

Battle over Obamacare may trigger US government shutdown

Republican attempts to derail planned healthcare reforms could provoke financial meltdown

Barack Obama speaks prior to asking Congress to authorize military action

Syria crisis: Scepticism greets Barack Obama on both sides of partisan divide

Lawmakers waver as they report very low support among constituents for another Middle East war

Jack Lew: The US Treasury Secretary has warned that the government will soon hit its $17trillion limit

US set to face new debt-ceiling crisis ‘when cash runs out in October’

Government will be in ‘an unacceptable position’, warns Treasury Secretary

US faces October deadline to raise debt limit or government 'will run out of money'

US Treasury Secretary warns in letter that administration is running out of accounting maneuovers to avoid hitting borrowing limit

A wounded Morsi supporter

Egypt unrest: Over 70 supporters of Mohamed Morsi killed by security services in Cairo

Police fire bullets, birdshot and tear gas at supporters of ousted president

Syria: Assad regime forces 'kill dozens of rebels' in Damascus suburb

In the northeastern suburbs of Damascus, regime forces killed scores of rebels in an ambush early Sunday.

Corporate tax avoiders face global crackdown

New global rules to force tax avoiders to “pay their fair share” will be introduced under a 15-point action plan launched by the OECD yesterday.

Liz Cheney, US senate wannabe

Page 3 Profile: Liz Cheney, US senate wannabe

Don’t I recognise that surname?

Former US Vice-President Dick Cheney with daughter Liz

Is the US Senate ready for another Cheney: Liz follows her father’s political path

Elder daughter of former vice president to challenge sitting Republican Senator Mike Enzi next year

Sarah Palin, pictured here in 2011

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Oh no, what now?

The moment the sniper turned on Ahmed Samir Assem

Video: Shocking footage appears to capture moment Egyptian filmed his own death through his lens

Ahmed Samir Assem, a 26-year-old photojournalist, was one of 51 killed on Monday as he took photos outside the Republican Guard building in Cairo

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