A federal judge on Tuesday told the President and Congress of the United States to stay out of private medical tragedies, refusing to order the reinsertion of Terri Schiavo’s feeding tube, denying an emergency request from the brain-damaged woman’s parents.
Tom DeLay, who has wielded political power with uncommon efficiency, looks into the mirror and sees a victim of politics. Others are less charitable. With allegations of questionable ethics swirling around him, the House majority leader finds himself a target of a great Washington sport: tearing down the titans.
U.S. law enforcement agents at the Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, prison for terrorism suspects concluded that the military’s aggressive questioning yielded information that was “suspect at best,” according to newly released portions of an FBI document.