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In Cuts, a Stroll Through Obscure Parts of Budget
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The ‘sequester’ reductions range from $6 million in the Leaking Underground Storage Tank Trust to $1 million to wool manufacturers in a homeland-security program.

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The Caucus: The Weekend Word: Budget Wars
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Political news from today’s Times plus a look at the weekly addresses and the latest happenings in Washington.

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The Caucus: Sunday Breakfast Menu, March 3
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Mitt Romney grants his first interview since the election, and Speaker John A. Boehner and White House adviser Gene Sperling join the political shows to talk about sequestration.

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Cuts to Achieve Goal for Deficit, but Toll Is High
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The latest budget impasse ushered in a new round of austerity, with the nation facing reduced federal services, canceled contracts and layoffs from cuts that reduce projected deficits but could hamper the economy.

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In Filing, Casino Operator Admits Likely Violation of an Antibribery Law
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The violation is believed to involve former executives with Las Vegas Sands, which is controlled by Sheldon Adelson, and their efforts to expand in China.

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Virginia’s Feast on U.S. Funds Nears an End
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The Washington metropolitan area is in line to experience the largest economic hit of any region from the $85 billion in spending cuts that President Obama made official on Friday.

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Romney relays disappointment over loss, admits mistakes, in first sitdown since 2012 election
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Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, gave an unflinching review Sunday of his unsuccessful campaign, admitting his shortcomings and disappointments but vowing to remain a force in American politics.

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