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Associated Press

Lawmakers determined to capsize the pending sale of shipping operations at 6 major US seaports to a state-owned business in the United Arab Emirates said President Bush's surprise veto threat won't deter them. Bush brushed aside objections by

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New York Times

In a 7-year-old secret program at the National Archives, intelligence agencies have been removing from public access thousands of historical documents that were available for years, including some already published by the State Department and others

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truthout - Investigative Rprt - Jason Leopold

At the same time that Plame Wilson's CIA status was leaked to reporters, Libby, Rove and Hadley had been exchanging emails that included draft statements explaining how the "sixteen words" ended up in President Bush's State of the U

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The Washingtonian

In January Washingtonian national editor Kim Eisler was allowed to see the photos he reported on, but Abramoff would not release them for publication. Several of the pictures had hung prominently in Abramoff’s office and had been seen by many visitor

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FOX News (video links)

"Ultimately I'm the guy who pulled the trigger that fired the round that hit Harry," Cheney said in his first interview since the incident. "I'm the guy who pulled the trigger and shot my friend, and that's something I'

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Agence France Presse

The Wall Street Journal poll said the president received a 58% "negative" rating, up from 56% last month, despite State of Union rallying speech. With 40% of US voters giving Bush a "positive" rating, down from 43% in January.

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Los Angeles Times

When the government of Malaysia sought to repair its tarnished image in the U.S. by arranging a meeting between President Bush and its controversial prime minister in 2002, it called on lobbyist Jack Abramoff for help.

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Associated Press

Three former associates of Jack Abramoff say the now-convicted lobbyist frequently told them he had strong ties to the White House through presidential confidant Karl Rove. Frequently Abramoff's cell phone would ring and the lobbyist would tell t

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My Left Wing

Homeland Security completed its “Cyber Storm” wargame to test how our government “would respond to devastating attacks over the Internet from anti-globalization activists, underground hackers and bloggers.” The nature of the attacks by bloggers must

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Raw Story

A new Government Accountability Office report finding that the Bush Administration spent more than $1.6 billion in public relations and media contracts in a 2½ year span. The Bush Administration had commissioned "covert propaganda" from pub

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National Security Archive

Under pressure from a FOIA lawsuit, the Justice Department conceded it could begin releasing as early as March 3 the internal legal memos relied on by the Bush administration in setting up the controversial NSA warrantless wiretapping program.

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Time magazine (see photo)

Just how close was the relationship between the White House and disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff? The Bush Administration again faced questions about those ties after an e-mail Abramoff sent a journalist friend surfaced last week in which Abramoff wr

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Ameriblog

IN 2004: FBI Counterterrorism Official Said He Knew of No Thwarted Al Qaeda Attacks. After a CIA official claimed that the government had "probably prevented a few aviation attacks against both the East and West Coasts" since 9/11, John Pis

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Ameriblog (link to Insight mag)

1) Bush is spying on non-terrorist related American to American phone calls IN THE USA; 2) Known Al Qaeda agents are running free inside USA; 3) The spy program is useless. Hard to overstate the significance of this article in the conservative magazi

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