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More of the same

In a major address at the State Department, President Bush announced that U.S. policy toward Cuba will remain the same, only more so. Thus another opportunity for fresh thinking…

Video: Rice confronted by war protester

Has Dubya learned his lesson?

US President George W. Bush on Wednesday showcased his role in helping California fight devastating wildfires, eager to prove he learned the grim lessons of the botched response to Hurricane…

Another ‘Katrina’ for Bush?

Hurricane Katrina has many legacies for the Bush White House, none pleasant. One is the guarantee that as soon as disaster strikes in the United States, President Bush's every move…

War on the installment plan

Betting that congressional Democrats' opposition to the Iraq war will remain ineffectual, President Bush has asked for another $46 billion to continue fighting the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. That brings…

Bush’s out-of-control war

The cost of President George W. Bush's illegal and immoral war in Iraq -- in both dollars and American lives -- continues to spiral out of control. Bush not only wants…

Another Bush legacy in jeopardy

President Bush had hoped to leave behind a nuclear cooperation deal with India that would be a legacy foreign policy and energy achievement. But for reasons beyond Bush administration…

Rice covers up ‘endemic corruption’

Four powerful Democratic lawmakers on Friday warned Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice that "endemic corruption" in Iraq was fueling the insurgency, and accused her department of covering it up. The House…

Bush demands power to spy at will

President George W. Bush on Wednesday warned the Democratic-led Congress not to "weaken" the power of US spy agencies to eavesdrop on communications between alleged terror suspects. But the House of…

Gonzales can resign but he can’t hide

Only hours after announcing in late August he would resign, embattled Attorney General Alberto Gonzales talked to Ruben Navarrette, a columnist with the San Diego Union Tribune. Gonzales told Navarrette he…