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Bush to Congress: Gimme money for Iraq

President Bush appealed to Congress on Saturday to give him real cash for the war, not just a pledge to fund the troops. "A congressional promise — even if enacted —…

Bolton: Bush policies ‘in free fall’

President George W. Bush's foreign policy is in free fall and puts the nation's security at risk, former ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton told a German magazine on…

Two more desert Bush’s sinking ship

President Bush is losing two more key aides as his presidency winds toward its end, with his chief speechwriter and lobbyist both announcing Friday that they are leaving. Speechwriter William McGurn…

Makasey to Congress: ‘No dice!’

Attorney General Michael Mukasey refused Friday 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…

Bush threatens to veto torture ban

The House approved an intelligence bill Thursday that would prohibit the CIA from using waterboarding, mock executions and other harsh interrogation methods. The 222-199 vote sent the measure to the Senate,…

Another children’s health care veto

President Bush vetoed legislation Wednesday that would have expanded government-provided health insurance for children, his second slap-down of a bipartisan effort in Congress to dramatically increase funding for the popular…

Military families oppose Bush’s war

Military families, long a source of support for wartime Presidents, have had it with George W. Bush's illegal and immoral war in Iraq and want their husbands, wives, sons and…

Our incredible President

President Bush has now firmly established his credentials as an incredible world leader. But this is no occasion for celebration. Because in an age of Islamic terrorism and nuclear uncertainty, when…

Big PR battle over a war

President Bush and congressional Democrats are locked in a struggle over Iraq spending, with neither side budging and each calculating that their argument will be the one to resonate with…

Bush and the ‘bully pulpit’

If nothing else comes of it, the Annapolis initiative for Middle East peace has dramatically demonstrated that even a politically wounded president of the United States still has huge influence…