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The Swampby Johanna Neuman Maybe this is why Texan Lamar Smith, the ranking Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, disdainfully refers to the committee's investigation into President Bush's policies as "the book-of-the-month club." Since George W. Bush...
The Swampby Josh Meyer In perhaps his final act of clemency, President George Bush has just commuted the prison terms of two former U.S. Border Patrol agents convicted of shooting an unarmed Mexican drug smuggler who fled across the Rio Grande......
Tags: Dick Cheney, George W. Bush, Migration, Politics, Punishment
The Swampby Mark Silva Hand this to Robert Gibbs: He is new at the podium of the West Wing press briefing room. He was surprised to learn, today, that the press corps might want to hear a rundown of what President......
The Swampby Paul Richter Former Vice President Dick Cheney said Sunday that President Obama has intensified the nation's risk of terrorist attacks by jettisoning key elements of the Bush administration's aggressive approach. The criticism came in a broad-based...
The Intelligence Identities Protection Act was believed to be the prime mover behind prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald's long investigation of White House leaks to the press, yet it ended up netting not a single indictment. Is the act too narrow? Too broad?...
Tags: Dick Cheney, Celebrities, Movies, Lewis Libby, Lawyers
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNew York Tim Russert, the longest-serving moderator of NBC's "Meet the Press" and the lion of the Washington press corps, died of a sudden heart attack Friday. He was 58. Russert had returned early from a family trip to Italy and was working at NBC's...
Zap2It.comCasting buzz is building as Rod Lurie gears up to direct his script for "Nothing but the Truth." A drama that parallels the hot-button case of outed CIA agent Valerie Plame, "Nothing but the Truth" focuses on a female newspaper reporter who outs a CIA...
A former White House spokesman told Congress on Friday that President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney wanted him to say that Cheney's chief of staff wasn't involved in the leak of a CIA operative's identity, an assertion that turned out to be false....
Back in 1982, Congress passed a law designed to guard against the disclosure of the names of U.S. spies. The lawmakers acted because two obscure publications, "CounterSpy" and the "Covert Action Information Bulletin," were printing the names of undercover...
Previously, York and Lomonaco discussed the roots of the case, reacted to Tuesday's guilty verdicts, discussed whether anyone else in the Bush administration blocked Patrick Fitzgerald's investigation, and tussled over who coordinated with whom. As...
Previously, York and Lomonaco discussed the roots of the case, reacted to Tuesday's guilty verdicts and discussed if anyone else in the Bush administration blocked Patrick Fitzgerald's investigation. 'Coordination' is not 'conspiracy,' but it's still bad...
Guilty on four of five counts: Was Scooter Libby the key to a culture of corruption in the Bush White House, or just a victim of the perjury trap? All this week, Byron York and Jeff Lomonaco will be debating the Libby trial and the many ramifications of...
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