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Still more questions than answers in Cheney shooting

If Vice President Dick Cheney thought his staged appearance on Fox News would put questions to rest over his shooting of a lawyer/friend during a hunting trip last weekend, he…

Fitzgerald: Libby has all he needs

Granting a former White House aide's demands for classified documents to aid his defense in the CIA leak investigation would torpedo the case, the prosecutor is arguing. …

Roberts waffles on domestic spying

The chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, breaking ranks with the president on domestic eavesdropping, says he wants a special court to oversee the program.

But less than a day later,…

Prosecutors seek 10 year term for Cunningham

Prosecutors sought the maximum 10-year sentence against former U.S. Rep. Randy Cunningham, citing a "bribe menu" in which the decorated Vietnam veteran detailed what a defense contractor must pay in…

The Cheney shooting: Revising history in real time

By CALVIN WOODWARD and NANCY BENAC

Vice President Dick Cheney said he didn't immediately disclose his hunting accident because he wanted the confusing details to come out right.…

A game of chicken on Capitol Hill

By DALE McFEATTERS

Under White House pressure, the Senate Intelligence Committee flinched and backed away from an investigation of the Bush administration's warrantless eavesdropping program.

Specter faces an ethics problem

By MAEVE RESTON
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


Sen. Arlen Specter is defending a staff member against published charges…

Hey! What happened to the racism?

By STAR PARKER

The House released its investigative report on Hurricane Katrina this week, under the title "A Failure of Initiative." The report is an indictment of government…

Judge orders Bush to release info on domestic spying

By KATHERINE SHRADER A federal judge ordered the Bush administration on Thursday to release documents about its warrantless surveillance program or spell out what it is withholding, a setback to efforts…

Spying program sparks political jitters

By KATHERINE SHRADER It could be campaign-year jitters. President Bush's controversial eavesdropping program has irritated congressional Democrats and even some Republicans. To some, the shift is pure politics as lawmakers worry about…