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- Body of Rosa Parks to lie in honor at U.S. Capitol
- Burris sworn in as US Senator for Illinois
- Bush appoints John Bolton United States' ambassador to the United Nations
- Bush calls for ban on gay marriage
- Bush calls for US offshore oil exploration
- Bush speaks of goals for U.S. withdrawal from Iraq, decries calls for timetable
- Bush: Congress should approve 'vital' bill
- U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales resigns
- U.S. Congress reaches deal on payroll tax cut extension
- U.S. found in violation of Native Americans rights
- U.S. Senate approves revised bailout package after controversial additions
- U.S. Senate confirms Supreme Court nominee Alito
- U.S. Senate passes landmark health care reform bill
- U.S. senators reach compromise on use of filibuster
- US automaker bailout deal fails to pass Senate
- US Congress debates Iraq funding
- US Congress passes $787 billion stimulus package
- US Defense Secretary evaluates Iraq and the political climate
- US lawmakers reach stimulus package deal
- US President Bush nominates Michael B. Mukasey as Attorney General
- US President Obama announces deal reached to avert government default
- US Senate advances health care reform bill
- US Senate debates Rove and intelligence access
- US Senate finance committee to vote on health care bill
- US Senate Majority leader Harry Reid criticized over "Negro" comments
- US Senate meets in private session
- US Senate postpones vote on Libya conflict to focus on national debt
- US Senate says no to pullout of US troops from Iraq
- US Senate to vote on troop pullout from Iraq today
- US Senator Harry Reid announces he will not seek re-election
- US Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan meets with senators on Capitol Hill
- US: Iran nuclear weapons initiative ended in 2003