McClellan May Shed Light on Niger Forgeries

Former White House press secretary Scott McClellan’s testimony later this week
before the House Judiciary Committee promises to reignite the debate over the “16
words” in President Bush’s 2003 State of the Union address that claimed Iraq …
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Rumsfeld Personally Approved Brutal Interrogations

Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld personally authorized the use of brutal
interrogation techniques against suspected terrorists imprisoned at Guantanamo Bay
despite warnings from the FBI that the methods amounted to inhumane treatment, was …
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Kucinich Vows New Round of Impeachment Articles

Dennis Kucinich, the Ohio Congressman and former 2008 Democratic Presidential candidate,
said he would continue to introduce resolutions calling for the removal of President
George W. Bush from office if the articles of impeachment against Bush that he presented …
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Kucinich Introduces Articles For Bush Impeachment

Ohio Congressman and former Democratic presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich introduced
35 articles of impeachment against President George W. Bush today, alleging the commander-in-chief
is guilty of a wide-range of constitutional violations including launching a war …
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House Dems Want Bush Admin Investigated for Crimes

House Democrats sent a letter to Attorney General Michael Mukasey Friday requesting
that he appoint a special prosecutor to investigate whether White House officials,
including President Bush, violated the War Crimes Act when they allowed interrogators …
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McClellan to Testify Before Congress

Former White House press secretary Scott McClellan has agreed to testify before the
House Judiciary Committee next week about the White House’s role in the leak of
covert CIA operative Valerie Plame.
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Abramoff Had Closer Ties to Bush

Imprisoned lobbyist Jack Abramoff was photographed with President George W. Bush
at least five times and had hundreds of lobbying contacts with White House staff,
a House committee’s draft report says.
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Judge May Reopen Case Against VA

A federal court judge in San Francisco demanded that Justice Department attorneys
representing the Veterans Administration explain why an email written by a top VA
official who asked staffers to diagnose fewer cases of post traumatic stress disorder …
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Cheney: Iranian Sanctions Were Bad for Halliburton

When Dick Cheney was chief executive of Halliburton in the 1990s, he urged Congress
to ease sanctions against Iran and enter into diplomatic discussions with the country’s
leaders so the oil-field services company could legally do business there.
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The Lobbyist Whom McCain Won’t Fire

John McCain has been purging lobbyists from his campaign trying to reclaim the mantle
of political reformer, but there’s one lobbyist whose role as a key economic adviser
makes him almost untouchable despite ties to the sub-prime debacle, links to the …
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