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Obama calls 13 world leaders  WASHINGTON: US President Barack Obama Thursday returned the calls of a long list of global leaders, including those of Israel and Egypt, who contacted him to congratulate him on re-election, officials said.   Obama also spoke to the leaders of Germany, France, Britain, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Canada, India, Turkey, Brazil, Colombia and NATO's secretary general, the White House said.   "In each call, he thanked his counterpart for their friendship and partnership thus far and expressed his desire to continue close cooperation moving ahead," the White House said.   Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2012 ...
Obama mulls new cabinet picks  WASHINGTON: US President Barack Obama, fresh from re-election and facing a new clash with Congress, got back to work Thursday, with an important item on his to-do list, stocking his new cabinet.   Obama is expected to lose his heavyweights including Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, for most if not all of his second four-year term.   The president will also likely have to make changes to his White House ...
Obama, the super-rich and the election: Chrystia Freeland  NEW YORK: Among the losers in the United States this week are the super-rich, who spent unprecedented millions to evict President Barack Obama from the White House. The investing class turned sharply and vociferously against the president many of them had supported in 2008. On Tuesday night, the plutocrats lost their shirts.   "Boy, they threw away a lot of money," Theda Skocpol, a Harvard professor, told me. "It was very interesting to hear on Tuesday night ...
For gamblers, Obama was a sure bet  NEW YORK: While most pollsters had declared the US presidential election too close to call before Tuesday, many gamblers had pegged the winner early and got it right.   On Nov. 4, two days before US voters went to the polls to choose their next president, Irish bookmaker Paddy Power said it would pay out 400,000 pounds ($650,000) to those who bet President Barack Obama would keep his job.   The odds, which had fallen to two-to-nine for Obama, ...
Hollywood hails Obama re-election  LOS ANGELES: Hollywood and the entertainment industry on Wednesday hailed the re-election of President Barack Obama, who won widespread celebrity backing and funding help in the race for the White House.   Stars took to Twitter en masse to welcome the Democratic incumbent's victory over Republican rival Mitt Romney in the early hours of Wednesday, after a bruising campaign battle.   "I'm proud of where I come from... but I'm even more proud of where we are going," said ...


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