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Bush talks compromise…but only on his terms

President Bush said Monday he wants to work with Democrats on compromise legislation to pay for the Iraq war but will carry through on his threat to veto any spending…

Tony Snow back on the job

050107snow.jpgWhite House press secretary Tony Snow was back on the job Monday, five weeks after doctors discovered a recurrence of his cancer. He…

Tenet’s book angers targets

The backlash has built up even before the official release of former CIA Director George Tenet's memoir, with criticism about his version of the run-up to the Iraq war, interrogation…

Murtha: Bush could face impeachment over Iraq

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Rep. John Murtha
President George W. Bush could face impeachment if he continues to refuse to deal with Congress on setting a timetable for…

Iraq reconstrution: Another failure

A major component of the Bush administration's Iraq war campaign -- rebuilding the war-ravaged country -- is failing because of unfinished projects, shoddy construction or failure of systems already installed. …

Bush to Congress: Go ahead, make my veto

A defiant President George W. Bush said Friday he will veto any and all Iraq funding bills that include a timetable for withdrawal. Bush knows he holds the cards on the…

Bush official resigns amid probe of call-girl use

A high-level Bush administration official who used a high-priced call-girl ring resigned Friday but sources say other Presidential appointees may be caught in the emerging scandal. Randall Tobias, head of the…

Bush lowers expectations on failed war

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President George W. Bush is quietly back pedaling on his failed Iraq war strategy as the White House works to scale back expectations and…

White House admits holding political briefings

In yet another flagrant example of the Bush Administration's blatant ignorance of the law, the White House has admitted it conducted some 20 briefings for federal employees on the election…

Lawmakers vote to subpoena Condi Rice

U.S. Democratic lawmakers voted on Wednesday to subpoena Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to testify about administration justifications for the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003.

On a party-line…