Nominating retired Vice Admiral Mike McConnell as Director of National Intelligence is an effort by the Vice President to tighten the Administration’s grip on domestic intelligence and grease the wheels for a more aggressive stance towards Iran,
Bush: And they responded with outrageous acts of murder aimed at innocent Iraqis. Cooper: When we do it, it's the opposite of outrageous. Can I say inrageous?
Bush is screwing America
Sources familiar with the investigation said J. Steven Griles was told possible charges against him in the investigation of Abramoff's lobbying activities include alleged false statements made to the U.S. Senate Indian Affairs Committee in 2005
The nomination of retired Vice Admiral John Michael "Mike" McConnell to be Director of National Intelligence is part of an effort by the Vice President to tighten the Adminstration's grip on domestic intelligence and grease the wheels f
In a concession to the Senate's new Democratic majority, four of President Bush's appeals court appointees have asked to have their nominations withdrawn, Republican officials said Tuesday. These officials said that William Haynes,
Starting in the new year, the government declassified 270 million pages of FBI files -- but if you tried to access them, you'd have been told that none of them are available, and won't be, maybe for years.
Mr Bush accepted the resignation of Harriet Miers, his friend and in-house counsel, after close aides persuaded him that she was not tough enough to fend off the expected Democrat onslaught over Iraq and other sensitive issues.
Without a doubt, George W. Bush is a lame duck with an even lamer foreign policy.
[Getting the message yet, Speaker?] Over one thousand protesters lie down on the sands of San Francisco's Ocean Beach - new Democratic Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's district - in order to spell out the message "IMPEACH!"
Victory has a thousand fathers, but defeat is an orphan, said a rueful John F. Kennedy after the Bay of Pigs. George W. Bush knows today whereof his predecessor spoke. For his erstwhile acolytes have begun to abandon him to salvage their own tattered
Her actual record is far less presentable. After all, she is a major architect of the Bush administration's foreign policy, including the Iraq war. It wasn't supposed to be this way.
McConnell's longtime associations may cause him headaches during Senate confirmation hearings. One such tie is with admiral John Poindexter, the former Iran-contra figure who started the controversial "Total Information Awareness" progr
The White House and the Secret Service quietly signed an agreement last spring in the midst of the Jack Abramoff lobbying scandal declaring that records identifying visitors to the White House are not open to the public.
President Bush has chosen a 25-year intelligence veteran, retired Vice Adm. Mike McConnell, to be the country's second national intelligence director as he reshapes national security strategy with two years left in his presidency.
President Bush is planning to name a new ambassador and will likely pick new military commanders for Iraq as he prepares a new strategy for a worsening war that has mired his administration.
[look out Condi] John D. Negroponte, whom President Bush installed less than two years ago as the first director of national intelligence, will soon leave his post to become the State Department’s second-ranking official, administration officials sai
Video and Text of Olbermann being as clear as possible about what Bush is doing and why.
The criminal case against Mr. Padilla has its roots in the prosecution of Sheikh Omer Abdel Rahman, the blind Egyptian cleric who was convicted in 1995 of conspiring to blow up the United Nations and other New York landmarks.
Fox News ran a segment on "Obama's Cocaine Confession." Their conversation took an unusual turn, however, when Fox reporter Kirian Chetry said President Bush had also admitted to using cocaine.
If in your presence an individual tried to sacrifice an American serviceman or woman, would you intervene? Would you at least protest? What if he had already sacrificed 3,003 of them?
On Jan. 2, the BBC reported a leak from a "senior administration source" that President George Bush is going to give a speech, whose "central theme will be sacrifice," announcing an increase in US troops in Iraq for security purpo
The public, seeing through the tissue of Bush administration lies told to justify an invasion that never had anything to do with the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11 or weapons of mass destruction, has begun a national question: Why are we still in Iraq
Google: Henry Paulson Arrested Germany / Cheney next is the rumor ---- NO CONFIRMATION - This is a fast spreading rumor on the Internet without any MSM reporting so we'll see what's what after the spin starts I'm sure :)
According to 2 administration officials who asked not to be named, Robert Gates expressed his skepticism about a troop surge in Iraq on his first day on the job, at a Pentagon meeting with civilians who oversee the Air Force, Army, Navy, and Marines.
More than 3,700 identification badges and uniform items have been reported lost or stolen from Transportation Security Administration employees since 2003, according to documents obtained by a San Antonio television station.
The US is telling its overseas allies that it has stopped "extraordinary renditions" and needs their help to empty Guantánamo's prison cells. But human rights groups dispute this assertion and a question mark hangs over 200 "war on
President Bush is bracing for what could be an onslaught of investigations by the new Democratic-led Congress by hiring lawyers to fill key White House posts and preparing to play defense on countless document requests and possible subpoenas.
The United States will never win the “war on terror,” in part, because George W. Bush keeps applying elastic definitions to the enemy, most recently expanding the conflict into a war against Muslim “radicals and extremists.”
[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.