Alaskan Officials Allege Palin Cover-up

An attorney for Alaska’s legislative investigation of Gov. Sarah Palin says John McCain’s presidential campaign is seeking to derail the inquiry because its findings could “cause serious damage to the Republican ticket.”
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Rice Admits She Led W. House Talks About Torture

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has admitted for the first time that she led high-level discussions beginning in 2002 with other senior Bush administration officials about subjecting suspected al-Qaeda terrorists detained at military prisons to the …
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DOJ to Release Awaited Report on Attorney Firings

A long-awaited Justice Department report probing the firings of nine U.S. Attorneys in 2006 is expected to be released Monday morning, according to David Iglesias, the former New Mexico federal prosecutor who was one of those caught up in the purge.
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Palin’s ‘Troopergate’ Battle Rages

Alaska Sen. Hollis French recommended Friday that Gov. Sarah Palin’s husband, Todd Palin, and two state officials, be held in contempt for refusing to comply with a subpoena involving a state sanctioned investigation into allegations the governor …
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Palin Claims Right to See All State Files

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is maneuvering to stop an investigation into an alleged abuse of power, in part, by claiming that she has an unlimited right to pry into the personnel records of all state employees, including the state trooper who divorced her sister.
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Palin Launched Probe Into Ex Brother-in Law

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin – collaborating with her husband Todd and several senior aides – conducted what amounted to a rogue investigation into suspicions that her ex-brother-in-law was faking a job-related injury as a state trooper, according to …
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Kucinich Ramps Up Impeachment Efforts Against Bush

Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) and groups supporting the impeachment of President George W. Bush will hold a press conference Wednesday announcing the results of a continuing grassroots campaign to gather signatures in support of Kucinich’s impeachment …
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Palin’s Office Scrubs Docs From Governor’s Website

On July 18, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin made the unusual decision of posting two documents
on her website, accompanied by a harshly worded statement, denying reports that her
husband, Todd Palin, and officials in her office illegally accessed her ex-brother-in-law’s …
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Palin’s Image Tainted by History of Ethical Lapses

When John McCain trotted out Sarah Palin as his vice presidential running mate, his
campaign and much of the U.S. news media depicted the Alaska governor as an ethics
“reformer” whose meteoric political rise came from her confronting corruption …
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McCain VP Pick Has History of Clashes

The political career of Sarah Palin, Sen. John McCain’s vice presidential pick,
has been marked by conflicts, score-settling and her own claim that she faces “enemies
– powerful enemies.”
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