By Kevin Drawbaugh WASHINGTON, Nov 14 (Reuters) - Bush administration officials clashed over how to handle the U.S. housing crisis, while Congress readied for a lame-duck session next week where Democrats want to consider emergency aid for struggling automakers and another economic stimulus package. With stocks U.S. down on mixed economic data on Friday, leaders from 20 nations gathered in Washington, D.C., for an economic summit expected to produce few results for its soon-to-depart ...
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