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No Justice at Bush’s Justice Dept.

It seems clear now that the Justice Department under the Bush administration was a place where there was very little justice when it came to applicants for career positions whose…

Bush expands power of national intel director

President Bush has issued an executive order that revises the rules for intelligence agencies and strengthens the authority of the national intelligence director, the…

Time for Bush to pay for his crimes?

Across Capitol Hill, Democratic-led committees are considering punishments for past and present Bush administration officials for a range of alleged misdeeds, from discriminating against…

Justice Dept. violated federal laws

The Justice Department under former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales routinely violated federal hiring laws by using politics, sexual preference and other illegal criteria to replace qualifications, an internal report concludes.

Bush outfoxes Obama with policy shifts

Barack Obama wants to sound like the voice of reason on U.S. foreign policy — the guy who would abandon Bush administration policies he…

John Ashcroft’s old school approach

John Ashcroft, former U.S. Senator as well as Attorney General, has been featured in congressional hearings on use of torture during his tenure at Justice. Democrats have stressed immorality of…

Bush’s Presidency a ‘a total failure’

President Bush has been a "total failure" in everything from the economy to the war to energy policy, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday.…

Probing the ‘Imperial Presidency’

Impeachment is out for President George W. Bush, but a top U.S. lawmaker said on Thursday he wants to take a look…

Arnold says Bush action is ‘bogus’

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger said on Sunday the Bush administration did not believe it should do anything about global warming and that…

Bush loses in court…again

A federal appeals court on Friday set back the White House's efforts to keep the names of its visitors secret.

The three-member panel of judges threw out the government's appeal in…