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Gonzales will try to save his job

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales was to be summoned to a Capitol Hill showdown Thursday as he fights to save his job in the face of calls for his ouster over…

Bush’s mixed record of dealing with disasters

Disaster has been both the making and the undoing of President Bush. Bush's bearing after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 — tough yet empathetic — felt right to the…

Bush consoles victims, families

Representing America's anguish, President Bush told Virginia Tech students and teachers at a somber convocation Tuesday that the nation was praying for them and "there's a power in these prayers." "It's…

Bush: Tech murders affect all students

President Bush said Monday that the mass shooting at Virginia Tech, the deadliest campus shooting ever in this country, affects every student across the nation. …

While House claims it can recover some emails

The White House should be able to recover an undetermined number of e-mails — perhaps millions of messages — that accidentally disappeared from its servers during a program conversion, an…

Cheney abandons old friend Libby

In the nearly six weeks since his close friend and former chief of staff was convicted of lying and obstructing an investigation, Vice President Dick Cheney has not once spoken…

Gonzales: ‘I have nothing to hide’

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, fighting to save his job, said in prepared Senate testimony Sunday he has "nothing to hide" in the firings of eight federal prosecutors but claimed a…

Bush headed for showdown with Dems

President George W. Bush is preparing for a new week of tough political battles with his Democratic opponents amid an atmosphere of mutual hostility and suspicion. On Tuesday, Democrats will have…

Bush wants expanded spy powers

The Bush administration asked Congress Friday to allow monitoring of more foreigners in the United States during intelligence investigations. The plan is one of several proposed changes, which have been in…

Politics plays big in U.S. attorney evaluations

The Justice Department weighed political activism and membership in a conservative law group in evaluating the nation's federal prosecutors, documents released in the probe of fired U.S. attorney show. The political…