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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - There were no fancy economic models or forecasts when former Florida Governor Jeb Bush first tossed out the idea that 4 percent annual growth should be the overarching goal for the U.S. economy.

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (Reuters) - Former Connecticut Governor John Rowland, who was sentenced to two and a half years in prison for violating U.S. campaign laws in 2012, will be allowed to remain free on a $250,000 bond while he appeals his conviction, a federal judge ruled on Thursday.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The chairman of a congressional committee on Thursday subpoenaed Federal Reserve documents and communications related to a 2012 leak of monetary policy information, ramping up his attack of the central bank's handling of the case.

Washington (Reuters) - President Barack Obama moved closer to winning the power to speed trade deals through the Congress, as the Senate on Thursday advanced legislation important to his Asian trade push.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. State Department will release "very, very soon" a first tranche of former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's emails relating to an attack in 2012 on U.S. diplomatic facilities in Benghazi, Libya.

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico said on Thursday it would decide within about 15 days what sanctions to impose on U.S. meat products if the U.S. Congress does not comply with a World Trade Organization ruling on labeling.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The future of the U.S. government's power to spy on Americans' phone calls was up in the air on Thursday as Congress fought over proposed reforms, with no clear outcome in sight.

Washington (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Thursday moved closer to winning the power to speed trade deals through the U.S. Congress when the Senate advanced legislation important to his Asian trade push.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Talks between the United States and Cuba will go into a second day on Friday as the sides try to reach agreement on reopening embassies shut for more than half a century, the crucial next step in their historic detente.

CONCORD, N.H. (Reuters) - Republican Jeb Bush, looking for more ways to draw a contrast with his older brother, criticized former President George W. Bush on Thursday for permitting too much federal government spending.

WARSAW (Reuters) - A Polish court on Friday adjourned until mid-September a hearing on whether to ex...
ROME (Reuters) - Italy is hailing its best turnout of homegrown cinema at Cannes in 20 years as a si...
VIENNA (Reuters) - Vienna hopes the final of the Eurovision Song Contest will show a new liberal and...
(Reuters) - Veronica Campbell-Brown, the first lady of Jamaican sprinting, believes she will run fas...
(Reuters) - The Association of Summer Olympic Federations (ASOIF) on Friday told the president of Sp...
PARIS (Reuters) - Predicting Rafa Nadal's downfall as he prepares to try and win a record-extending ...
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