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Special prosecutor to investigate Gonzo?

Angry senators suggested a special prosecutor should investigate misconduct at the Justice Department, accusing Attorney General Alberto Gonzales on Tuesday of deceit on the prosecutor firings and President Bush's eavesdropping…

Bush admits his ignorance

Really, who could blame President Bush for being a bit flummoxed by the query? At a town-hall meeting in Nashville, Tenn., on Thursday, a questioner pressed the president about why the…

Senate stalemate benefits Bush

An ill-tempered Senate stalemate may have bought President George W. Bush two more months for his Iraq troop "surge" but a pivotal and even more testy showdown looms over the…

If at first you don’t succeed, fail again

With his lies-based Iraq war a failure and his Presidency in tatters, an unbowed George W. Bush is launching a futile effort to broker a Mid-East peace. Like all his efforts,…

Embattled VA head steps down

U.S. Veterans Affairs Secretary James Nicholson said on Tuesday he would step down, leaving an agency criticized for the care provided to veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Nicholson,…

Recurring debate on executive privilege

If history is a guide -- and on this constantly recurring controversy it usually is -- the so-called constitutional showdown under way between the White House and Capitol Hill over…

Bush claims critics wrong about Iraq

President Bush took his critics to task Saturday for using the poor marks the Iraqi government received on a progress report this week as reason to argue that the war…

Bush calls CIA leak story ‘old news’

President Bush always said he would wait to talk about the CIA leak case until after the investigation into his administration's role. On Thursday, he skipped over that step and…

Bush to Miers: Just say ‘no’ to Congress

President Bush ordered former Counsel Harriet Miers to defy a congressional subpoena and refuse to testify about the firings of federal prosecutors, even as a second former aide revealed new…

Bush aide will stonewall Congress

President Bush's former political director says she intends to follow his directive and not answer questions about her role in the administration's firing of federal prosecutors — unless a court…