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Front Page: Iran Claims to Test Missile Within Israel's Reach

Front Page: Iran Claims to Test Missile Within Israel's Reach

  • Iran announced today that it tested a new surface-to-surface air missile, adding that it is ready to defend itself against an attack. — Reuters
  • John McCain will go to Georgia tomorrow to push for Republican Senator Saxby Chambliss, who is stuck in a tight race there with a Democratic challenger. Three Senate races, in Georgia, Minnesota, and Alaska, have yet to be called. If they go Democrat, the party will significantly widen its majority in Senate. — USA Today

  • Lobbyists will be restricted from participating in President-elect Barack Obama's transition to the White House. Under self-imposed ethics restrictions, Obama will not allow lobbyists to work in areas in which they have worked for clients in the last year.— New York Times
  • The US and Russia will begin talks on nuclear proliferation tomorrow, working toward a new treaty to replace the expiring Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START). The Bush administration also is planning to minimize Russian objections to a US missile defense program in Europe. — Associated Press


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