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Friday, December 3, 2021

Bush job approval drops below 30 percent

President George W. Bush’s job approval rating has hit a new low, with 29 percent of the U.S. public saying he is doing an “excellent or pretty good job,” down from 35 percent in April, according to a Harris Interactive poll in The Wall Street Journal Online.

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German sues CIA over torture

German national Khaled al-Masri is suing former CIA Director George Tenet, 10 “John Doe” CIA employees and three private aviation companies, contending he was held illegally in Afghanistan for four months in 2004 and tortured as part of the CIA’s “rendition” program for terror suspects.

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O’Connor sidesteps domestic wiretap issue

Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor declined to step into the uproar over secret collection of Americans’ phone records, saying a close look at the facts by courts could determine whether the government acted properly.

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Rep. Jerry Lewis caught up in Cunningham scandal

The U.S. attorney’s office in Los Angeles has opened an investigation into House Appropriations Committee Chairman Jerry Lewis and his dealings with a lobbyist with connections to disgraced former Rep. Randy “Duke” Cunningham, a person familiar with the situation said Thursday.

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Stormy seas for the CIA

Following the surprise resignation of Central Intelligence Agency director Porter Goss, the immediate nomination of Air Force General Michael Hayden as successor is no surprise.

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New domestic spying revelations spark new uproar

The government’s collection of the records of billions of phone calls from three major telecommunications firms, reported Thursday by USA Today, stunned an administration already on the defensive over Bush’s nomination Monday of Air Force Gen. Michael Hayden as CIA director.

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