Julie Hirschfeld Davis

New York Times

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White House correspondent for the New York Times; former White House Correspondent for the Baltimore Sun

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President Obama is set to veto a bipartisan bill that would let families of 9/11 victims sue Saudi Arabia in American courts.

Veto showdown over 9/11 liability bill

President Obama is set to veto a bipartisan bill that would let families of 9/11 victims sue Saudi Arabia in American courts.

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Standing at the White House with President Pervez Musharraf today,  President Bush said  he was "taken aback" to learn that a US official threatened Pakistan after September 11.

The US and Pakistan in the War on Terror

Standing at the White House with President Pervez Musharraf today, President Bush said he was "taken aback" to learn that a US official threatened Pakistan after September 11.

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