President Bush came to his parent's century-old summer home on the Maine coast for a little relaxation. He got all that, along with a boisterous reminder nearly on his bucolic doorstep of the unpopularity of his Iraq policies.
Javed Iqbal, a.k.a. "John Iqbal," of Staten Island, N.Y., has been arrested and charged with conspiring to violate the International Emergency Economic Powers Act. Through a company called HDTV Ltd. located in Brooklyn, Iqbal and others pro
The Daily Show takes the occasion to analyze Mr. Bush's press conference into a string of humorous clips and commentary. And having one of his favorite subjects as fodder, Jon Stewart enjoys delivering performance well-received by his audience.
Video for an audio mashup of George W.Bush singing Imagine by John lennon.
Prediction: Before leaving office, President Bush will issue a shockingly large number of presidential pardons to operatives who, with the administration’s blessing, ventured far outside the law to wage Bush’s “war on terror.”
Attorney General Alberto Gonzales announced a new [election year] public service campaign that will warn teenage girls against posting information on the Internet that could put them at risk of attack by child predators.
To date, the "war president" was asleep on guard duty on 9/11, involved the US in four lost wars, and has stirred up a hornet’s nest of anti-American hatred around the globe.
Americans believe Democrats would do a better job of dealing with the situation in Iraq and handling the economy, but Republicans would do a better job against terrorism, according to a poll.
While the president received a modest boost for his handling of terrorism (55% approve) in the wake of the plot, concerns about Iraq, the economy and the Mideast neutralized that advantage. As a result, Mr. Bush's approval rating remained at 36%.
6 men suspected of plotting to attack the US Embassy were seized by US troops and became some of the first arrivals at the Pentagon's new prison at Guantanamo Bay. The seizure was ordered by senior US officials in defiance of rulings by top court
At a news conference today, Bush also indicated that Iraq had no weapons of mass destruction, and that the nation will be offering $230 million in aid to Lebanon.
U.S. President George Bush indicated he supports over-the-counter sales of Plan B, a so-called morning-after contraceptive -- except for minors.
During a long, wandering answer about his administration's rationale for the Iraq War during his press conference today, President Bush asserted that "nobody's ever suggested in this administration that Saddam Hussein ordered the attacks
Within a few days he warned FBI Director Robert Mueller that the $170 million system was in serious trouble. A year later, it was dead. The nation's premier law enforcement and counterterrorism agency, burdened with one of the government's mo
The following is the prepared text of Attorney General Gonzales at the World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh: The aggressive national security investigations, where we use every lawful tool to prevent terrorism, forms the first pillar of our strategy.
The city is releasing more than 1,600 previously undisclosed Sept. 11 emergency calls - several by rescuers who later were killed - after fire department officials said they discovered hundreds of internal dispatches of firefighters who went to rescu
Buoyed by a poll backing him on security, President Bush paid a visit to the US hub for counterterrorism and seized on a foiled bomb plot as proof the fight was far from over. Visiting to the National Counterterrorism Center in suburban Washington at
The mural that's sparking the most debate depicts Indians brutally scalping and murdering white settlers. All the women are naked, including one who's on all fours as a male Indian stands behind her, seizing her hair.
Jon Stewart takes a look at the propaganda bug….Stay the course. Or is it?
Keith runs down the timeline from 2002 until the latest UK plot regarding the politicization of terror. Remember when Tom Ridge explained how the administration signaled terror alerts that he didn’t think should have been used?
When the Supreme Court rejected President Bush's executive power claims in last month's decision invalidating the Guantánamo military tribunals, it also shredded the administration's arguments for domestic spying. Now a bipartisan group o
The White House recognizes a vote of noconfidence.
Meet the Press Video - (Get it yet?)
Uh oh. Condi Rice is in trouble. Her boss, President George W. Bush, just said publicly what a great job she is doing. That's what he always says just before he fires someone.
The Bush pilot himself reports about his job and the obstacles involved. Where would our nation be without him? [He is a legal alien isn't he?]
A fresh wave of public skepticism confronts the Bush administration on current issues ranging from the unrest in Iraq to the ports deal and privacy rights at home. And when it comes to the Hurricane Katrina response or prescription drug benefits — do
The Bush administration has drafted amendments to a war crimes law that would eliminate the risk of prosecution for political appointees, CIA officers and former military personnel for humiliating or degrading war prisoners, according to U.S. officia
State Department sources said Ms. Rice has been repeatedly stymied in her attempts to pressure Israel to end strikes against Hezbollah strongholds in Lebanon.
The Bush administration insists Iraq is a long way from civil war, but the contingency planning has already begun inside the White House and the Pentagon. President Bush will move U.S. troops out of Iraq if the country descends into civil war,