[yawn] President Bush signed into law the first major changes in postal operations in decades, offering hope for reducing or delaying future rate increases. For now, people will not notice anything different at the post office.
Earlier this year, 5 towns in the state of Vermont passed articles of impeachment against President Bush. Now more Vermont towns plan to do the same. "The charges are spying on Americans, torture, and lying about the war."
Given what we've seen of late, it's safe to say that White House Press Secretary Tony Snow has given up on being credible, and will simply say whatever he has to -- no matter how outlandish -- just to get through a briefing.
Iraq is Bush's Waterloo – will it be America's, too?
At a farewell ceremony for Rumsfeld, 74, on the grounds of the Pentagon, President George W. Bush heaped praise on him, while Vice President Dick Cheney called him the best defense secretary the U.S. ever had.
A senior Bush administration official warned that other nations, and possibly terrorist groups, are "acquiring capabilities to counter, attack and defeat U.S. space systems." As a result, he said, the United States must increase its ability
Lawyers for I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Cheney's former top aide, told a federal judge yesterday that the defense plans to call the vice president and expects him to cooperate.
"Look at the war we're in right now, you can certainly argue that that's a PR battle," said Damon, to sustained applause [on Hardball]. He knocked the administration's changing rationale for the war, before saying Dick Cheney**Q
“Afghanistan cannot be allowed to become a sanctuary for extremists again,” Gates said.
The band with a plan from Hip-Hopistan (Video 4 minutes)
Bush administration may already be contemplating what to do with Americans who are deemed insufficiently loyal or who disseminate information that may be considered helpful to the enemy.
World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz faces mounting criticism from directors of the international lending organization who say he relies on a coterie of political advisers with little expertise in development while driving away seasoned managers.
Federal prosecutors are trying to force the ACLU to turn over copies of a classified document it received from a source, using what legal experts called a new extension of the Bush administration’s efforts to protect national-security secrets.
The national job approval rating of President Bush has plummeted to 30%, an all–time low in the latest Zogby International telephone poll, sinking below the 31% approval rating he dropped to in early June.
In her final legislative act in Congress, outgoing Georgia Rep. McKinney introduced a bill to impeach President Bush. The legislation has no chance of passing and serves as a symbolic parting shot not only at Bush but also at Democratic leaders.
Incoming U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates told a Senate committee on Thursday that Israel has nuclear weapons, and that this partially explains Iran's motiviation to acquire nuclear weapons.
Cheney was chief executive officer of Halliburton from 1995 through August 2000. The company's KBR subsidiary is the main government contractor working to restore Iraq's oil industry in an open-ended contract that was awarded without competit
A semi-annual report filed this week by Homeland Security Inspector General Richard Skinner showed a marked increase in arrests of department and other government employees, but contained no recommendations for security improvements,
The end of a family political dynasty because of the criminal and failed presidency of George W. Bush
5 editorials in The Washington Post argue whether or not George W. Bush is the worst president ever. The editorial page has been a strong backer of the Iraq war from the beginning, and the editorials may set off an intriguing debate, pro and con.
The president of the United States is so deep into denial that he is no longer among the sane. Delusion still rules Bush three weeks after the American people repudiated him and his catastrophic war in elections that delivered both House and Senat
More than half a million deaths, an army trapped in the largest military debacle since Vietnam, a Middle East policy already buried in the sands of Mesopotamia - and still George Bush is in denial. How does he do it? How does he persuade himself - as
The Supreme Court agreed to decide whether a challenge can go forward arguing that President George W. Bush's faith-based initiative violates the constitutional requirement on church-state separation.
The Bush administration is unlikely to allow the incoming Democratic majority in Congress to learn details about its domestic spying program and interrogation policy, a Republican senator said. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Arlen Specter of
Covey's plantation, where physical and psychological torture were standard, was called Mount Misery. Today Mount Misery is owned by Donald Rumsfeld, the outgoing secretary of defense.
The Bush adminstration wants North Korea's attention, so like a scolding parent it's trying to make it tougher for that country's eccentric leader buy ipods, plasma televisions and Segway electric scooters. (Like that will make a differe
Those of us who for decades have watched Gates make career after career out of trimming his sails to the prevailing winds. No one should expect Gates to depart one iota from the position of the president, who said "I'm not going to pull the
Speculation that Vice President Cheney could depart the White House has been rampant, and the claim by CQ political analyst Craig Crawford could be yet another 'crying wolf' in the Washington political scene.
He may be a certified lame duck now, but President Bush and his truest believers are about to launch their final campaign - an eye-popping, half-billion-dollar drive for the Bush presidential library. Eager to begin refurbishing his tattered legac