At least 3 men who have been identified as MZM employees worked as professional staff for the Robb-Silberman Commission, the White House panel which investigated the shortcomings of US pre-war intelligence.
Controversial Neoconservative scholar and Iran Contra figure Michael Ledeen denounces his reputation as a Neo-Fascist, criticizes the Bush administration's personnel decisions, and calls for the resignation of Donald Rumsfeld.
Why has the Bush administration, which has labeled Iran one of the world's most dangerous regimes and has called the hostages American heroes, fought their efforts to win damages for their ordeal from the Islamic republic?
The operation came at a time when support at home for President Bush and his campaign in Iraq is running very low, and when the international media were preparing to focus on the third anniversary of the war, just three days later.
In fact, there were no airstrikes and no leading insurgents were nabbed in an operation that some skeptical military analysts described as little more than a photo op. What’s more, there were no shots fired at all and the units had met no resistance,
Before Bush arrived, 2 men approached him identifying themselves as members of the media. He said the men told him they were with Fox News, and were on a "scouting mission" for a story on new construction. They took pictures inside Akins**Q
A new poll finds that a plurality of Americans favor plans to censure President Bush, while a surprising 42% favor moves to actually impeach the President. Only 57% of Republicans oppose the censure. 47% of Independents want impeachment.
Growing dissatisfaction with the war in Iraq has driven President Bush's approval rating to a new low of 36%. Only 38% said they believe the 3-year-old war was going well. Half believe Democrats would do a better job managing the war
Interior Secretary Gale Norton resigned. Norton, photographed with fallen conservative lobbyist Jack Abramoff, was fingered in deals with Native American tribes that Abramoff represented. Abramoff's tribal clients donated $50,000 to a conservati
Middle East envoy James Wolfensohn—frustrated by the lack of a clear mandate on a policy toward Hamas from the Bush Administration—is threatening to quit. Wolfensohn was appointed the envoy to oversee Israel's pullout from Gaza and to help the Pa
Will the US launch "Mini-nukes" against Iran in Retaliation for Tehran's "Non-compliance"? - The distinction between tactical nuclear weapons and the conventional battlefield arsenal has been blurred. America's new nuclear
President Bush, under pressure from nervous Republican's up for re-election, and a federal deficit acquired under his tenure that has bankrupted the nation, asked Congress for legislative authority to hold back spending appropriations
President Bush said he was disappointed and saddened by the arrest of former senior White House top domestic policy advisor Claude Allen on charges he swindled Target and The Hecht Co. out of more than $5,000 in a refund scheme.
More and more people, particularly Republicans, disapprove of President Bush's performance, question his character and no longer consider him a strong leader against terrorism, documenting one of the bleakest points of his presidency.
Only 40% of Americans believe Bush can manage the government effectively. 38% of Americans approving and 60% disapproving of Bush's job as president. Only 49% of Republicans now strongly approve of Bush. 44% of Americans say they strongly disappr
Vanity Fair is set to publish a tell-all interview with disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff, noting that his plea-bargain sentence can be "substantially reduced" by co-operating with investigators.
In five Vermont communities, a centuries-old tradition of residents gathering in town halls to conduct local business became a vehicle to send a message to Washington: Impeach the president.
Justice Department asked a federal court to dismiss a lawsuit charging that Defense Secretary Rumsfeld bears responsibility for the torture of detainees in Iraq and Afghanistan, should be dismissed based on the "absolute immunity" granted f
Former FEMA director Brown: "They’ve got to keep me out there as a scapegoat. If they get rid of Chertoff, they have no new scapegoat. Then it goes to the White House." Now with the President’s apparent silence as Brown informs him of pendi
Complete poll results with questions, and priornumbers given.
NEW DELHI (AFX) - US President George W Bush said he will proceed with his visit to Pakistan despite a bomb blast outside the US consulate in the southern city of Karachi which killed at least one American.
And warnings of the coming destruction breached or overrun levees, deaths at the New Orleans Superdome and overwhelming needs for post-storm rescues were delivered in dramatic terms to all involved. All of it was captured on videotape.
About 5,000 personnel including snipers, commandos and US marines using helicopters, bomb detectors and electronic jammers will protect President Bush during his visit to India this week. Part of a 3-ring security cordon around the president
After e-mails emerged indicating that Florida Governor and Presidential Brother Jeb Bush had a role in facilitating a $236 million Katrina aid contract between Carnival Cruise Lines and the Federal Emergency Management Agency
[No wonder we haven't caught him.] President Bush said his 2004 re-election victory over Sen. John Kerry was aided by Osama bin Laden, who issued a taped diatribe against him the Friday before Americans went to the polls, The Examiner newspaper
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WASHINGTON — Lawyers for I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby said Friday that they soon planned to subpoena reporters and news organizations, and a federal judge set the stage for a showdown in late April on whether the media would have to comply with
Saudi liberals said they had abandoned hope that the US would pressure the government to reform the absolute monarchy given the country's status as an oil supplier and key ally. US is not even putting private pressure to promote change.
In approving the $6.8 billion purchase, the administration chose not to require state-owned Dubai Ports World to keep copies of its business records on U.S. soil, where they would be subject to orders by American courts. It also did not require the c
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