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Memo to Jimmy Carter: Pound nails, not Bush

Of all the criticisms Jimmy Carter shouldn't be making, the allegation about President Bush's foreign policy shortcomings tops the list. He should not need to be reminded that it was…

Goodling admits breaking law; says McNulty lied

Monica Goodling (AP)A former Justice Department official told House investigators Wednesday that Attorney General Alberto Gonzales tried to review his…

Accepting Bush as a monumental failure

President Bush (AP)Today we are news-trackers, hot on the trail of tomorrow's Page One, prime-time news.

And it appears that tomorrow's news…

Only one way to solve the Alberto problem

Alberto GonzalesThe White House had hoped that if it dug in long enough the public controversy over Attorney General Alberto Gonzales' tenure at…

Bush, Carter back off sniping at each other

Former President CarterPresident George W. Bush brushed off criticism on Monday of his foreign policy from former President Jimmy Carter even as Carter…

Bush doesn’t budge on Gonzales support

President Bush & Alberto GonzalesPresident George W. Bush on Monday accused Democrats in Congress who are seeking no-confidence votes on Attorney General Alberto…

Bush’s last-ditch war czar

The recent appointment of Lt. Gen. Douglas Lute as the new White House overseer of operations in Iraq and Afghanistan is clearly a last-ditch effort to salvage the situation in…

Bush on Carter: ‘Increasingly irrelevant’

In a biting rebuke, the White House on Sunday dismissed former President Jimmy Carter as "increasingly irrelevant" after his harsh criticism of President Bush.

Carter was quoted Saturday as…

Is Gonzales headed for the door?

President Bush & AG GonzalesThe top Republican on the Senate committee investigating Attorney General Alberto Gonzales said Sunday he believes Gonzales could step…

Rethinking John Ashcroft

Many Bush administration critics and privacy advocates blame former Attorney General John Ashcroft for the erosion of personal freedom and loss of individual rights under the current President.