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Sun StaffIn another installment of the cat-and-mouse game that the affair of the CIA spy's leaked name has become, conservative columnist Robert Novak gave an unexpected glimpse yesterday at his role in the matter, something he promised he would not do until it...
Sun StaffWASHINGTON - Karl Rove might be embroiled in the scandal surrounding the leaked identity of a CIA operative, but he still has time to entice campaign donors to open their checkbooks - and Lt. Gov. Michael S. Steele is taking advantage. Last night, Rove...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersNearly a year after confidential FBI documents in the wiretap and racketeering case of Anthony Pellicano were disclosed, defense attorneys have stepped up their push for a federal judge to independently investigate who leaked the evidence to the New...
Sun reporterPresident Bush said yesterday that he ordered the release of classified information in 2003 to prove his reasons for the Iraq war were legitimate - a striking assertion for a leader who has made secrecy one of the trademarks of his administration,...
Times Staff WriterWASHINGTON — When White House Chief Usher Gary Walters announced his retirement last week — after 30 years of overseeing first families through seven administrations — he suggested that he might like to write his memoirs. His book, he...
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Times Staff WriterThe court hearing that resulted in New York Times reporter Judith Miller being sent to jail and Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper agreeing to testify before a federal grand jury stemmed from a 2-year-old dispute related to President Bush's claim...
The Swampby Katie Fretland Former Bush advisor Karl Rove was invited to speak at a GOP fundraiser in Des Moines, Iowa, but he did not get the warmest of welcomes from four residents who pledged to arrest him. Law enforcement officers......
Tags: Upper House, Social Issues, Corporate Crime, FBI, Lamar Smith
The Swampby Frank James A Washington D.C. radio station got an interview with the pedestrian struck by conservative commentator Robert Novak's black Corvette earlier this week. Turns out the man struck by the 77-year old syndicated columnist is 86-years old (yes,....
The Swampby Katie Fretland and updated The House Judiciary Committee this morning voted in favor of finding former Bush advisor Karl Rove in contempt of Congress for his refusal of a subpoena to testify before the panel. The committee voted along......
Tags: Upper House, Corporate Crime, Government, FBI, Lamar Smith
The Swampby James Oliphant Proponents of a bill that would help journalists protect confidential sources failed Wednesday to muster enough votes to move the legislation forward for a vote. Supports still hope the move the bill, which has bipartisan support, by.......
The Swampby Frank James Robert Novak, the 77-year old syndicated conservative columnist who recently announced that he was diagnosed with a brain tumor announced today that he is retiring for good and described his condition as "dire." The Chicago Sun-Times......
The Swampby Mark Silva President George W. Bush, who hasn't pardoned many criminals in his time, will have a chance to spare legions before leaving office in January. Requests for presidential pardons and commutations of prison sentences are piling up at......
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