"His testimony could be summed up in one single eloquent phrase," Stewart said. He then played a clip of one of Gonzales' many repetitions: "I don't know." Video
According to Carol Lam's written testimony, the command to fire her in the midst of one of the most wide-reaching government corruption investigations in U.S. history came from "the very highest levels of the government."
In a blow to the Bush adminstration, the deputy attorney general and the only Democrat on the White House's Privacy and Civil Liberties board have resigned.
President Bush, prodded by a Supreme Court ruling, said his administration will decide how to regulate pollution from new motor vehicles by the time he leaves office.
A World Bank panel found bank President Paul Wolfowitz violated several rules in his handling of a promotion and generous pay increase for his companion and his involvement in the matter represented a conflict of interest.
U.S. Deputy Attorney General Paul McNulty, second-in-command to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and caught in the firestorm over the firing of federal prosecutors, resigned. McNulty is the latest senior Justice Department official to resign since M
Worried Congress' support for Iraq is deteriorating rapidly, Baghdad dispatched senior officials to Capitol Hill this week to warn members one-on-one that pulling out U.S. troops would have disastrous consequences. The lobbying push targeted R
He railed against the US, helped scout out military installations for attack, offered to introduce his comrades to an arms dealer, and gave them a list of weapons he could procure, including machine guns and rocket-propelled grenades. These were not
[Washington Party] Attorney General Alberto Gonzales confidently deflected House Democrats' demands Thursday for details in the firings of U.S. attorneys, appearing ever more likely to survive accusations that the dismissals were politically moti
Would this Administration plot another 9/11? They have motive. With popularity looking at negative numbers, indictments looming, the economy in the tank and Venezuela making themselves a target (would they try to morph al Qaeda into El Karumba, a ha
The Justice Department investigation that criticized FBI agents for taking souvenirs from the World Trade Center site also found that Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld and a high-ranking FBI official kept items from the Sept. 11 attack scenes.
WMR has confirmed with extremely knowledgeable CIA and Pentagon sources that the former CEO who is on Deborah Jeane Palfrey's list is Vice President Dick Cheney. Cheney was CEO of Halliburton during the time of his liaisons.
Visiting US Vice-President Dick Cheney has met Iraq's political leaders and US army chiefs to discuss security and attempts at political reconciliation.
World Bank pimp Paul Wolfowitz's hold on his job appeared ever more tenuous Tuesday after an internal probe found he had violated bank rules in arranging a sweet pay deal for his girl friend.
Critics of the Iraq war said on Tuesday the Bush administration's failure to replenish vital National Guard equipment sent to Iraq caused Kansas to fall short in responding to last week's tornado disaster, and other states were equally vulner
(Blah Blah freaking Blah. Powell Gammill, senior editor of FreedomsPhoenix, has it right,... it is sooo past time to "Pin the War on the Donkey"
The Justice Dept cleared the way yesterday for a limited immunity deal between House investigators and Monica M. Goodling, a former top Justice aide who has refused to answer questions about her role in last year's firing of 8 U.S. attorneys.
It is only fitting, Mr President, that I open this letter by saying that at no time in the history of this nation have the American people been so ashamed of their President; Watergate, Whitewater and Bill Clinton’s promiscuous trysts in the Oval Off
President George W. Bush's approval rating has fallen to 28 percent in a Newsweek Poll released on Saturday, an all-time low for Bush in that survey.
Now that the White House is searching for a 'war czar,' IT BEGS THE QUESTION OF WHO HAS BEEN COORDINATING US INVOLVEMENT IN IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN THE PAST FOUR YEARS. (Some leader isn't he)
Today's foreign terrorists could be tomorrow's US refugees if the Bush adminstration gets its way. The intent is to grant refugee status to rebels who have fought repressive governments or advanced US foreign policy objectives, particularly
More than 700 World Bank staff have signed a letter expressing concern and calling for a resolution of a crisis involving bank President Paul Wolfowitz as a decision over his leadership looms.
U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales should resign, Rep. Adam Putnam, the third most powerful Republican in the House said.
Senior Bush administration officials proposed to a Senate committee new laws that they claim are needed to update domestic-surveillance laws, but which critics say would make it easier for government agencies to spy on people inside the United States
According to former British Defense Secretary Geoff Hoon, Vice President Dick Cheney has been calling the shots in Iraq and has even overridden decisions by President Bush and former US Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.
Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales's former White House liaison is under investigation for allegedly hiring career lawyers at the Justice Dept based on party affiliation, a potential violation of federal law, officials said today.
The inspector general of the Dept of Commerce, the watchdog charged with rooting out wrongdoing at the agency, is himself the subject of three separate government investigations into allegations that he misspent his budget and retailiated against emp
Stuart Bowen, the US special inspector general for Iraq reconstruction whose office has uncovered abuse of both Iraqi and US funds, is under investigation himself, a White House spokeswoman said on Wednesday. (I'm so shocked)
Senators subpoenaed Attorney General Alberto Gonzales on Wednesday, ordering him to provide all e-mails related to presidential advisier Karl Rove and the firings of eight federal prosecutors. "It is troubling that significant documents highly
An Interior Dept official accused of pressuring government scientists to make their research fit her policy goals has resigned. Julie MacDonald, deputy assistant for fish, wildlife and parks, submitted her resignation letter to Interior Secretary