WASHINGTON — A bipartisan group of senators reached a tentative compromise agreement on a $780 billion economic stimulus package on Friday night after making major cuts totaling $110 billion in several spending programs.

The deal emerged amid more bleak economic news revealing the worst job loss in 34 years and intense lobbying by President Obama, who has made the initiative a cornerstone of his agenda.

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