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Sun StaffWASHINGTON - Declaring no one to be above the law, a federal judge sent New York Times reporter Judith Miller to jail yesterday for refusing to divulge a confidential source to a grand jury investigating the disclosure of a CIA agent's identity. The...
Tags: Iraq, Laws, Journalism, Prosecution, George W. Bush
Los Angeles TimesTwo congressional veterans survived career-threatening primary challenges Tuesday night as voters weighed in on races that could help define the next Congress. In Utah, Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch handily fended off a Tea Party opponent, while in New...
Sure we know we have a presidential election coming up in November but there's plenty at stake in the races for Congress — and what that will mean for continued gridlock. All the members of the House are up for election and here in Michigan,...
This week's New York Times expose on Sen. John McCain's alleged relationship with a telecommunications lobbyist nearly a decade ago was a shabby piece of journalism. The carefully planned and superbly executed riposte by the top-flight lobbyists with...
Top of the TicketJon Huntsman launches his bid for the GOP nomination, while a new poll finds Republicans the most open to voting for Mormon candidates....
The Swampby Mike Memoli Jim Oliphant and I wrote in the Tribune papers today about how Tuesday's results show how the tea party movement continues to confound expectations just as the political establishment gets ready to write them off. But the......
Tags: Arizona, John McCain, Harry Reid, Sarah Palin, Alaska
The Hartford CourantSeated before a bank of cameras in the clubby, wood-paneled confines of a Senate hearing room one morning last week, Christopher J. Dodd looked completely at home. The silver-haired senator was poised to take the gavel for the final time as chairman of...
Washington BureauSince terrorist hijackers struck the country Sept. 11, Congress has responded by opening wide the nation's wallet. Lawmakers have spent billions of dollars to bolster the military, rebuild New York and the Pentagon, bail out airlines, and compensate...
Tags: Laws, Oklahoma, George W. Bush, Defense, Don Nickles
Chicago Tribune Washington BureauThe political and financial reach of Enron Corp. has exposed so many conflicts of interest among U.S. prosecutors, lawmakers and administration officials that the government is struggling to launch its investigation of the company whose spectacular...
The Swampby James Oliphant The Senate Banking Committee and the government's top economic experts are getting into the weeds of the Paulson plan. But there is one overarching theme emerging: Let Treasury handle it. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson has repeatedly...
Opinion L.A.Good news today from the backstage maneuverings on the Senate Democrats' healthcare reform bill. As The New Republic reported, Democratic leaders have agreed to give more flexibility to millions of Americans who get their health insurance today through...
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