The Turks and Israelis had planted "moles" in military and academic institutions which handled nuclear technology. Edmonds says there were several transactions of nuclear material every month....
The bi-partisan co-chairmen of the 9/11 Commission, Tom Kean and Lee Hamilton, jointly published an Op-Ed in today's New York Times which contains some extremely emphatic and serious accusations against the CIA and the White House. The essence:
Today, as we come together once again in this great city, we raise our voices in unison to say to President Bush, to Vice President Cheney, to other members of the Bush Administration (past and present), to a majority of Congress, including Utah**Q*
The Bush administration quietly eased restrictions on the export of sensitive technologies to China. Intended to help American companies increase sales of high-tech equipment to China despite tight curbs on sharing technology that might have military
Attorney General Michael Mukasey appointed an outside prosecutor Wednesday to lead a criminal investigation into the destruction of CIA interrogation videotapes. The CIA acknowledged last month that it destroyed videos of officers using tough inte
Michael Ratner, president of the Center for Constitutional Rights believes the Bush administration is fighting to keep prisoners accused of terrorism-related activity out of court in order to prevent further evidence of torture from becoming public.
The cost of this presidency, put in dollars and cents through today, is $32 trillion dollars. That’s a 150% increase in exposure since the reins of office were handed to George W. Bush.
"I can't think of anybody who has emerged from this White House with an enhanced reputation. But I can certainly think of lots of people who must rue the day they accepted an appointment in this administration.''
The blaze appeared to be located in Vice President Dick Cheney's suite of ceremonial offices on the second floor of the building. Cheney and President Bush were across the street in the West Wing of the White House when the blaze broke out. It ap
Judge Rejects Bush Secrecy Claim, Says White House Visitor Logs Are Public Documents. [well I want to see the Cheney Energy Committee list]
Federal spending on paper shredding has increased more than 600 percent since George W. Bush took office. Spending on "contracts for paper shredding services" going back to 2000.
Votes expected this week and next in the Senate have civil libertarians worried about their prospects to block a proposal that would free telecommunications companies from legal oversight of their facilitation of President Bush's post-9/11 warran
Attorney General Michael Mukasey refused to give Congress details of the government's investigation into interrogations of terror suspects that were videotaped and destroyed by the CIA. He said doing so could raise questions about whether the inq
A U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee vote on contempt resolutions was postponed Thursday after objections by the committee's ranking Republican member. Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa., objected to the language in the contempt resolutions against former
"George W. Bush appeared to be grooming the man he affectionately calls 'Fredo' for the US Supreme Court," the magazine wrote. "But after Gonzales appeared veracity-challenged when testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committ
Holding Christine Todd Whitman liable [for telling residents near the World Trade Center the air was safe to breathe] will set a dangerous precedent, leaving public officials to worry their words to reassure the public will open them up to personal l
...children in cases that have been recorded. The boys were sodomized with the cameras rolling. And the worst above all of that is the soundtrack of the boys shrieking that your government has. They are in total terror. It's going to come out.**Q
A Houston, Texas woman says she was gang-raped by Halliburton/KBR coworkers in Baghdad, and the company and the U.S. government are covering up the incident.
Though Los Angeles had been hit hard by the “crack epidemic” and the L.A. Times had devoted front-page space to trash Webb’s contra-cocaine reporting in 1996, the newspaper never ran a story detailing the CIA inspector general’s 1998 findings, which
[Dana Perino giving blonds a bad rep.] Appearing on National Public Radio's light-hearted quiz show "Wait, Wait . . . Don't Tell Me," Perino told a story about herself: During a White House briefing, a reporter referred to the Cuban
Embattled State Department Inspector General Howard Krongard submitted his resignation, forced out for allegedly impeding criminal investigations into the construction of a new, $740 million US Embassy in Baghdad and security firm Blackwater Worldwid
The Bush administration warned landowners along the southern border Friday that it would seize their property if they refused to cooperate with federal efforts to build a fence meant to slow illegal immigration.
Guest: Jonathan Turley is a nationally recognized legal scholar who has written extensively on constitutional law
Keith Olbermann on George W. Bush's "cataclysmic deceptions about Iran" by presenting two alternative explanations of Bush's apparent concealment of the intelligence that Iran had suspended its nuclear weapons program in 2003.
Harried homeowners seeking mortgage relief from a new Bush administration hotline Thursday had to contend with a bit of temporary misdirection from the president himself. [Should have been 1-800-555-DOPE.]
One day after a National Intelligence Estimate revealed that Iran halted its nuclear arms program in 2003, North Korean president Kim Jong-Il ejected Iran from the Axis of Evil, calling them “not evil enough.”
What was a serious problem for the White House has now doubled, and Jack Cafferty is all over it
Wolfowitz has been appointed as “chairman of the International Security Advisory Board,” an “18-member panel, which has access to highly classified intelligence [and] advises [Secretary of State Condoleezza] Rice on disarmament, nuclear proliferation
-- that nothing had changed. Nothing at all. There he stood, grimacing and wincing and twitching, and swore that, in fact, he had been vindicated. The deranged bastard had me paralyzed with fear.
The nine justices on the highest U.S. Court are to hear argument in the appeal of 36 Guantanamo prisoners who say a 2006 law wrongly denies them a meaningful way to challenge their detention at the U.S. Naval Base on Cuba.