A senior aide to former US Secretary of State Colin Powell repeated his attacks against US Vice-President Dick Cheney, appearing to suggest he should face war crimes charges.
"The idea of a congressman taking money is outrageous," said President Bush as he prepared to fly to Arizona's for its largest fund raising event ever, to help US Sen. Kyl (R-AZ).
Two men appeared in a British court accused of leaking a secret document which a newspaper said showed that President Bush wanted to bomb Arabic television station Al Jazeera.
A top aide to former Secretary of State Colin Powell said that wrongheaded ideas for the handling of foreign detainees arose from White House and Pentagon who argued that "the president of the United States is all-powerful" and the Geneva C
Duke Cunningham pled guilty to receiving over $2 million in bribes from MZM Inc., in exchange for legislative favors. It’s worth noting that MZM also did some unusual business with the White House.
Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald will present evidence to a second grand jury this week that could lead to a criminal indictment being handed up against Karl Rove, President Bush’s deputy chief of staff.
In the Cheney administration, the president is volatile but passive, firm but malleable, presiding but absent. Once his complicity has been arranged, a closely held "cabal" wields control.
Prosecutors are still considering charges against Karl Rove in the C-I-A media leak investigation. Time magazine says another of its reporters has been asked to testify in the case, this time about her discussions with Rove's lawyer.
The top Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee urged President Bush to go before the American public to explain his plan for the war in Iraq. W.I.N.
District officials routinely violate city spending laws, avoiding competitive bidding, masking purchases under unrelated contracts and paying vendors without contracts or legal authority, according to D.C. records.
"We're just plodding along," admitted a senior Bush aide from deep within the West Wing bunker. "It's up to the President to turn things around now. He thinks that firing Rumsfeld would be an admission he's screwed up, and
The Bush administration is unraveling before our eyes, which almost certainly means that despite belligerent rhetoric, just now the Iraq war should begin to wind down. That could set the stage for a wide-ranging national debate/discussion on the futu
We have a lot to be grateful for this Thanksgiving. Indictments,, leaked memos, whistleblowers, extraditions, investigations ... looks like my stocking will be full this Christmas!
This is America, and if Americans share a common trait, it's rebellion at those who wield power. Well, they used to, anyway - most of them. Remember, this country was born in revolution.
Former FEMA Director Michael Brown, heavily criticized for his agency's slow response to Hurricane Katrina, is starting a disaster preparedness consulting firm to help clients avoid the sort of errors that cost him his job.
Tony Blair was "doubled crossed" by President Bush's aides in the run-up to the Iraq war, according to the former diplomat at the centre of a political crisis engulfing the White House. Joe Wilson, the husband of Valerie Plame, an unde
Lewis "Scooter" Libby, who is charged with obstructing justice and lying in the CIA leak case, has hired a leading expert in using classified information in criminal trials, giving an early hint of his possible defense strategy.
The US is to restore military ties with Indonesia in light of "significant progress in advancing its democratic institutions", a spokesman has said.
The White House is not distancing itself from embattled former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay (R-TX), who is facing charges of breaking state campaign finance law. Vice President Cheney is scheduled to appear at a Houston fundraiser on DeLay**
Vice President Dick Cheney announced plans today to seek an historic sixth draft deferment, realizing a longstanding personal dream of his. Clutching his deferment application in his hand as he addressed reporters at the White House, a beaming Mr. Ch
Three war protesters today sued McLennan County over traffic-restricting ordinances near President Bush's ranch. The suit claims two new ordinances banning roadside parking and camping infringe on their right to protest by the ranch near Crawford
Vice President Dick Cheney had his face covered by a mysterious giant "X" during CNN's live coverage of his speech from the American Enterprise Institute today.
Two government biologists heavily recruited by Stanford University have decided to work in Singapore instead, saying they will face fewer restrictions on stem cell research overseas.
It is hard to think of a more dangerous situation in Iraq right now than to have disenchanted Sunni Arabs believe that the police forces are in the control of Shiite gunmen who can detain and torture Sunnis at will.
CONSERVATIVES talk about the war on terror being a new kind of fight that demands new tactics, saying it's nothing like any war we've ever fought, and the terrorists are more vicious than any previous enemy.
Irked by a reporter who told him he seemed to be "off his game" at a Beijing public appearance, President Bush sought to make a hasty exit from a news conference but was thwarted by locked doors. "I was trying to escape. Obviously, it
Bush getting ticked at a reporter's question on the war and decides to call the news conferrence short. (Video)
Pentagon investigators have referred allegations of abuse in how the Halliburton Company was awarded a contract for work in Iraq to the Justice Department for possible criminal investigation.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting's former chief e-mailed White House strategist Karl Rove, "bragging" about a push for conservative programming on U.S. public television.
A former official with the U.S. governing administration in Iraq and a contractor have been arrested on charges involving a bribery and fraud scheme, the U.S. Justice Department said.