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Daily Kos

In the US attorneys scandal, all eyes are on Karl Rove as the presumed architect. But, long before Karl Rove began plying his trade, Fred Malek wrote the manual for politciizing the Justice Dept. Malek, a little known but influential Republican ope

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Washington Post

Vice President Cheney told Justice Dept officials that he disagreed with their objections to a secret surveillance program during a high-level White House meeting in March 2004, a former senior Justice official told senators yesterday.

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AP

House Democrats are expanding their investigation into ties between jailed GOP lobbyist Jack Abramoff and the White House and have contacted several Abramoff associates recently about testifying to Congress.

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Raw Story

As the latest Justice Department official to appear before congressional investigators, Bradley Schlozman admitted Tuesday afternoon to boasting about his success in hiring Republicans or conservatives into career attorney positions within the depart

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Newsweek

The House and Senate Intelligence Committees have asked the former attorney general to testify about his role in a dramatic showdown over a controversial eavesdropping program. Will he play ball?

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AntiWar

Vice President Dick Cheney made a huge misstatement to his West Point audience on May 26. I hope that, at a minimum, the West Point history majors noticed it. Near the end of his speech at the United States Military Academy commencement, Mr. Cheney s

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Raw Story

Recent court filings made by the Bush administration have shed new light on the White House's strategy to keep confidential the visitor logs of President Bush and Vice President Cheney.

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Reuters

President George W. Bush intends to nominate White House adviser David McCormick as U.S. Treasury undersecretary for international affairs, the White House said on Thursday. McCormick, 41, is now deputy national security adviser for international

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AP

Detailed plans for the new U.S. Embassy under construction in Baghdad appeared online in a breach of the tight security surrounding the sensitive project. Computer-generated projections of the soon-to-be completed, heavily fortified compound were

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AP

Robert Zoellick, a Goldman Sachs executive who has built contacts around the globe as President George W. Bush's trade chief and as America's No. 2 diplomat, is the White House's choice to be the next World Bank president.

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euronews.net

A former US deputy secretary of state is set to become the next head of the World Bank. Robert Zoellick will replace Paul Wolfowitz who was forced to resign earlier this month. Washington is confident the board of the bank will approve.

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Star-Telegram(Texas)

Yet during this time, poll after poll showed an alarming trajectory of increased animosity toward America and this adminstration in particular, both here and abroad

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The Boston Globe

Hundreds of students and faculty erupted in a chorus of boos yesterday when Andrew Card, President Bush's former chief of staff, rose to accept an honorary doctorate in public service at the University of Massachusetts.

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