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Al Jazeera

Dick Cheney, the US vice president, has made surprise visits to Pakistan and Afghanistan for talks on means of combating a new Taliban offensive in Afghanistan and a resurgent al-Qaeda.

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Al Jazeera

Dick Cheney, the US vice-president, told Pervez Musharraf, Pakistan's president, to take tougher action against the fighters and their sympathisers during a surprise trip to Islamabad on Monday.

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LA Times

When the Bush administration shut down the nation's largest Muslim charity, officials of the Dallas-based foundation denied allegations it was linked to terrorists and insisted that a number of accusations were fabricated by the government. No

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New York Times

Internal Justice Department performance reports for six of the eight US attorney who have been dismissed in recent months rated them "well regarded," "capable" or "very competent," a review of the evaluations show.

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Turkish Weekly

Turkish Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul stated over the weekend that US President George W. Bush will write to members of Democratic-controlled Congress to urge them to oppose the so called Armenian genocide resolution.

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Gentleman's Quarterly

Resolved, that Richard B. Cheney, vice president of the United States, should be impeached for high crimes and misdemeanors and that these articles of impeachment be submitted to the American people

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USA Today

"That is not the way this White House operates. The president expects everyone in his adminstration to adhere to the highest standards of conduct. No one would be authorized to do such a thing." If there's one thing memebers of the B

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Reuters

House Republicans sought to deflect blame off the Bush administration for not acting earlier to fix faulty oil drilling contracts that could cost the government billions in lost royalty fees, saying the Clinton administration was at fault for issuing

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Washington Psot

5 1/2 years of sustained combat have transformed the venerable 113-acre institution into something else entirely -- a holding ground for physically and psychologically damaged outpatients. Almost 700 of them -- the majority soldiers, with some Marine

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by Gordon Prather (AntiWar)

If "reporters" covering the Scooter Libby trial for perjury and obstruction of justice had bothered to read President Bush's Executive Order 12958 they would know it does not give the vice president the authority to declassify anything.

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NY Times

Many federal employees have outright refused repeated requests that they go to Iraq, while others have demanded that they not be sent outside the more secure Green Zone. Military officers complained about a request from Ms. Rice’s office that militar

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Inside Higher Ed

As professors at Southern Methodist University have mobilized against the plans to build President Bush’s library there, their focus has not been the library, but a policy institute to be affiliated with it that would have as its mission promoting th

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Washington Post

A senior Justice Department official acknowledged yesterday that a top federal prosecutor in Arkansas was removed to make room for a former aide to presidential adviser Karl Rove, but he said that six other U.S. attorneys were fired for "perform

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George Bush, in his usual bullying way, is forcing his 'presidential library' down the throats of Methodists who are opposed to torture and other business as usual practices of the Bush Administration. There is an online petition allowing pe

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AP

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales said Wednesday he will turn over secret documents detailing the government's domestic spying program, ending a two-week standoff with the Senate Judiciary Committee over sureveillance targeting terror suspects.

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