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NEW DELHI (AP) — India's information minister lashed out at the United States on Friday and demanded an apology for the treatment of a diplomat who was arrested in New York, saying America cannot behave "atrociously" and get away with it.
By Thomas Ferraro WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Democratic-led U.S. Senate is expected to wrap up its work for the year on Friday by moving to clear President Barack Obama's nomination of Janet Yellen to head the Federal Reserve. But under a bipartisan agreement reached on Thursday, the Senate will not vote to confirm Yellen, now the Fed's vice chair, until January 6, the day it returns for the new year. She would replace Ben Bernanke, whose term ends in late January. The Senate is to vote at about mid-day on Friday on whether to bring debate on Yellen to a close.