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That candidate won’t hunt

A piece of advice to candidates: If you're going to campaign as a hunter, make sure you have a hunting license. …

Defiant Bush declares war on his own party’s Senators

An obviously-angry President George W. Bush declared war on Senators from his own party Friday after a Republican revolt in the Senate threatened tough anti-terror legislation that would allow torture…

Not much fun being a Republican these days

By LYNN BARTELS

At their first televised gubernatorial debate, Republican Bob Beauprez turned to Democrat Bill Ritter and, in…

Lawyers say Frist is lying about Gitmo prisoner treatment

By RICHARD POWELSON

Two civil rights attorneys who have visited with detainees at the Guantanamo Bay prison camp strongly disagreed…

Ney deal steps up the pressure on others

By MATT APUZZO

Rep. Bob Ney's agreement to plead guilty to federal corruption charges was not only the biggest win yet for the Justice Department in the Jack Abramoff…

Former federal prosecutor wins Ohio special primary

By JAMES HANNAH

A former assistant federal prosecutor easily won a Democratic special primary Friday to face U.S. Rep. Mike Turner in November.

All talked out

By JAY AMBROSE

When it began broadcasting back in 2004, Air America was supposed to be the great leftist…

Bush’s bullying, erratic behavior, spurs more GOP defections

As Republicans continue to distance themselves from the political suicide of George W. Bush's policies and his failed war in Iraq, some are also privately expressing doubts about his mental…

Swifboat backer bankrolling new campaign against Dems

The Republican donor who helped bankroll the Swift Boat attacks on Democratic Sen. John Kerry's war record has given $5 million to a new group targeting Democratic candidates. …

Retired judges: Bush is violating basic Constitutional rights

Nine retired federal judges accused the Bush administration and Congress of trying to deprive detainees at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, of the most basic legal right. …