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Washington BureauHouse and Senate offices will stay closed while specialists continue testing for signs of anthrax contamination, and temporary quarters for lawmakers and their staff are being set up elsewhere around the city. Although the Capitol itself is open for...
Times Staff WriterVice President Dick Cheney declared himself a "pretty angry father" at a rally today, and John Kerry defended his comments about Cheney's lesbian daughter during the presidential debate the night before. "I love my daughters. They love their daughter....
Tags: Family, Entertainment, Politics, Gays and Lesbians, Dick Cheney
++++++++++++++++++++ || How they voted ++++++++++++++++++++ || Article 1: Did Clinton commit perjury before grand jury? Yea: 228 Nay: 206 Not voting: 1 -------------------- Article 2: Did Clinton provide perjurious, false and...
Tags: History, Crimes, Henry J Hyde, Democratic Party, Trials
Tribune staff reportersOutraged that the United Nations excluded the United States from an important human rights panel, the House voted overwhelmingly Thursday to withhold $244 million in promised back dues. The 252-165 vote came amid rare unanimity by House leaders who...
Sun ReporterHours after being relegated to an infamous place in history as the second U.S. president to be impeached, William Jefferson Clinton, who once dreamed of a sterling presidential legacy, vowed to remain in office "until the last hour of the last day of my...
Sun ReporterMore than 100 million Americans are expected to cast ballots today that will decide the tightest contest in decades for the presidency and control of Congress. George W. Bush and Al Gore flew cross country into the early hours of Election Day, delivering...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Voting overwhelmingly, Congress gave President Bush sweeping powers yesterday to use military force to avenge Tuesday's terrorist attacks. But it stopped short of granting the president open-ended authority to prevent future attacks. The...
Tags: John Kerry, Justice System, California, Delaware, Barbara Lee
Tribune staff reportersWith one eye on the mounting terrorist threat and the other on their political futures, politicians from Springfield to Washington have begun to stake out turf as anti-terrorism candidates while taking care not to be painted by opponents as insufficiently...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Propelled by an intense lobbying effort led by President Bush, the House approved last night a federal takeover of airport security that would allow for the continued use of private contractors as baggage screeners instead of replacing them...
Tags: Local Government, Don Young, Crimes, Maryland, Labor Legislation
Washington BureauAtty. Gen. John Ashcroft asked congressional leaders Sunday to quickly give U.S. law-enforcement agencies more authority to pursue people suspected of involvement in terrorist activities. Ashcroft met for nearly two hours with House Democratic leader...
The Bush administration struggled Sunday to find ways to buoy the nation's hobbled airline industry, announcing new task forces aimed at ratcheting up security at U.S. airports and inside aircraft while readying talks with airline executives about their...
Chicago Tribune national correspondentSeeking a coveted endorsement from the nation's largest labor unions, the nine Democratic presidential candidates quarreled over plans for fixing foreign trade, health care and the economy during a forum Tuesday night at Navy Pier as they tried to...
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