A senior Justice Department aide and White House liaison who refused to testify before a House committee investigating the firings of eight U.S. attorneys has resigned.
In a direct challenge to Congress and the way it does business, the White House on Wednesday unveiled on online list of all the pet spending projects lawmakers tucked in the federal budget for the 2004-05 fiscal year.
An American military spokesman said the United States was reviewing an informal request from the Iranian government for an envoy to visit five Iranians imprisoned following an American raid [on their consul] in northern Iraq in January.
Video - You know you are in trouble when you got the American people on Rosie's side as she slams Bush, The Wars and the government's version of 911. She also invites experts in physics onto The View and even slams her own ABC N
Rove was on the campus talking to the school's Young Republicans club for about an hour. Afterward, when Rove got outside, more than a dozen students began throwing things at his car, an American University spokesperson said.
Burba felt uneasy because more than 3 months earlier, she had turned over to the US Embassy in Rome documents about an alleged uranium sale by the central African nation of Niger. She knew now that the documents were fraudulent and the 16 words wrong
All right, so forget about having a transcript of what Rove and Miers say when questioned by senators. Let's not have a drawn-out fight over executive privilege. Just strap them to a water board and let the questioning begin.
Looking back, Mr. Dowd now says his faith in Mr. Bush was misplaced. In a wide-ranging interview here, Mr. Dowd called for a withdrawal from Iraq and expressed his disappointment in Mr. Bush’s leadership. He criticized t
The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform today formally requested Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to testify before the committee on Apr. 18 regarding the Bush adminstration's claims that Iraq had sought uranium from Niger
The White House scrambled Sunday to move up Attorney General Alberto Gonzales' planned testimony to Congress about his involvement in firing eight federal prosecutors, only to get a cold shoulder from majority Democrats.
Just seven days after Pat Tillman's death, a top general warned there were strong indications that it was friendly fire and President Bush might embarrass himself if he said the NFL star-turned-soldier died in an ambush, according to a memo obtai
THE SCANDAL unfolding around the firing of eight US attorneys comples the conclusion that the Bush adminstration has rewarded loyalty over all else. A destructive pattern of partisan political actions at the Justice Dept. started long before this in
Attorney General Alberto Gonzales was more deeply involved in the firings of 8 US attorneys than he has sometimes acknowledged, and Gonzales and his aides have made a series of inaccurate claims about the issue in recent weeks, the attorney general**
The Justice Department misled a congressional investigation into the firings of eight federal prosecutors last month by saying it was "not aware" that White House political strategist Karl Rove played any role in the dismissals, newly relea
Government Accountability Office investigators are meeting with Army Corps of Engineers officials to ask questions about drainage pumps that were installed before last year's hurricane season even though they apparently were defective.
ASU student produces a little promo video . . .
Some neocons who are "linked to Turkey" - Richard Perle, Douglas Feith, Paul Wolfowitz, Marc Grossman, Eric Edelman, and Stephen Solarz - and he suggests that they "enrich themselves" via drug trafficking and arms dealing.
The Bush Adminstration has released it "National Counterintelligence Strategy." And there are a number of surprises in the spook-fighting game plan -- surprises, at least to me.
Witnesses have told congressional investigators that the chief of the General Services Adminstration and a deputy in Karl Rove's political affairs office at the White House joined in a videoconference earlier this year with top GSA political appo
Tom Delay has a new book and a mission to serve Israel. Charles Goyette has some fun with Delay and you get to share in it here :)
Monica Goodling, a Justice Department official involved in the firings of federal prosecutors, will refuse to answer questions at upcoming Senate hearings, citing Fifth Amendment protection against self-incrimination, her lawyer said Monday.
How The Son of a Bush - Issued a War of Words and Orders Against Lt. Eric Shine, a Federal Officer who Exposed this Administration’s War Profiteering and Privatizing in the Military
McCain said that the US is "beginning to succeed in Iraq" and early pull out would result in "unmitigated disaster of incredible proportions," adding that "we will see chaos and genocide in the region and we will be back and
US Vice President Dick Cheney has vowed that the administration would not allow an early withdrawal of US forces from Iraq, despite efforts by Congress to impose a deadline on US combat operations there.
Here's 37 pages of key emails that were written concerning the firing of the 9 US Attorneys, and how careless a man as Alberto Gonzales really is.
(You really think so) Not long after President Bush was first sworn in, White House political guru Karl Rove and his lieutenants met with officials of nearly every Cabinet agency to brief top officials on the latest polling data and issues that coul
President George W. Bush assailed the Democratic-led Congress on Saturday for challenging him over funding the Iraq war and the firing of federal prosecutors, and demanded that lawmakers back down. [Wadda ya gonna do?]
(short sweet and hard to beat)
Last week, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales said he was not involved in any discussions about the impending dismissals of U.S. attorneys. The Justice Dept. revealed Gonzales' participation in a Nov. 27 meeting where such plans were discussed.