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Bush’s ratings at all-time low

Less than one-quarter of Americans think President George W. Bush is doing a good job, giving him the worst marks of his two-term presidency,…

Rumsfeld ignored torture warnings

This Pentagon file photo, obtained by The Associated Press, shows Sgt. Michael Smith, left, with his dog Marco, menacing a detainee at an unspecified…

Protests mark Bush’s Europe tour

Protesters scuffled with riot police in central London Sunday as US President George W. Bush held talks with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, nearly…

Protecting Dick Cheney

The House has just passed a bill that would give Vice President Dick Cheney and his successors up to six months of Secret Service protection after leaving office. The secretary…

Bush: ‘Sorry I said that’

President George W Bush admitted on Wednesday that his tough rhetoric had given the world the impression was a "guy really anxious for war" and said he now wished he…

Cheney’s WVa joke crashes & burns

Vice President Dick Cheney threw a verbal insult at West Virginians on Monday, but quickly apologized. Talking about his family roots and how he's distantly related to Democratic presidential candidate Barack…

So many pardons, so little time

President Bush has not been shy about exercising the powers of the presidency, even claiming some that don't exist, but there is one presidential prerogative of which he has been…

Bush’s incredible culture of secrecy

The Bush White House is known for secrecy and strict message control, and a new book by its former press secretary details extraordinary measures it has used to manage what…

Just another Bush administration lie?

CIA director Michael Hayden has come under stiff challenge for portraying Al-Qaeda as on the defensive after global setbacks, even in its safe havens along the Afghan-Pakistani border. Senate Intelligence Committee…

Bush faces death row decision

It is growing increasingly likely that a decision not faced by any president in nearly 50 years will fall to the next occupant of the Oval Office. Since 2006, President Bush…