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U.S. Presses for End to Iraq's Political Stalemate

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U.S. Presses for End to Iraq's Political Stalemate

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U.S. Presses for End to Iraq's Political Stalemate

U.S. Presses for End to Iraq's Political Stalemate

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Newly elected Iraqi leaders can't seem to agree about who should get jobs in the government, and U.S. officials are reportedly pressing for a resolution to the political stalemate. NPR's Noah Adams discusses the impasse, and how Iraq can move forward, with Patrick McDonnell, Los Angeles Times co-bureau chief in Baghdad.