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31/01/2008 - 23:45

USA today Editoweb, 31 jan 2008


Clinton, Obama: Just the two of them in debate - Bush 2009 budget to freeze many programs - Romney accuses McCain of 'dirty tricks' - Google 4Q profit misses analyst target.



Clinton, Obama: Just the two of them in debate
Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama will duel for Super Tuesday votes Thursday night as the Democratic presidential hopefuls face off for the first time together minus former Sen. John Edwards.
The event is the first Democratic debate since Obama's convincing victory Saturday in South Carolina. On Tuesday, Clinton won the Florida primary, a contest her campaign said helped the senator regain momentum even though it awarded no delegates.

Bush 2009 budget to freeze many programs
President Bush's 2009 budget will virtually freeze most domestic programs and seek nearly $200 billion in savings from federal health care programs, a senior administration official said Thursday. The Bush budget also will likely exceed $3 trillion, this official said.
Bush on Monday will present his proposed budget for the new fiscal year to Congress, where it's unlikely to gain much traction in the midst of a presidential campaign. The president has promised a plan that would erase the budget deficit by 2012 if his policies are followed.

Romney accuses McCain of 'dirty tricks'
Republican Mitt Romney accused John McCain of using dirty tricks by suggesting the former Massachusetts governor wanted a deadline for withdrawing U.S. troops from Iraq, in a spirited debate Wednesday night that underscored the intensity of their presidential rivalry.
Coming 24 hours after McCain defeated him in Florida, Romney vented his frustrations over the Arizona senator's claims from last weekend.

Google 4Q profit misses analyst target
Google Inc.'s fourth-quarter profit missed analyst expectations, signaling the crumbling U.S. economy has dented the Internet search leader's moneymaking machine.
The Mountain View-based company said Thursday that it earned $1.21 billion, or $3.79 per share, during the final three months of 2007. That's up 17 percent from net income of $1.03 billion, or $3.29 per share, in the same period a year earlier.
If not for stock awards given to its employees, Google said it would have made $4.43 per share — a penny below the average estimate among analysts polled by Thomson Financial.

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