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  • Swamp Sunrise

     
    Good morning. Here are a few Washington events of note for Thursday, September 11, the seventh anniversary of the terrorist attacks against the United States. At the Pentagon, a park-like memorial is being dedicated to those killed there when......
  • 'Cars 2': Movie Review

     
    ???Cars 2??? is a faster, funnier film than its predecessor, and that's in part because racecar Lightning McQueen plays second fiddle to Tow Mater, the affable, bumbling tow truck. While ???Cars 2??? has a different visual feel from the first......
  • Obama's top CIA pick demurs

     
    by Frank James John Brennan, the long-time intelligence official who advised President-elect Barack Obama during the presidential campaign has asked that his name not be considered for the job as Central Intelligence Agency director. Evidently, liberal...
  • Wanted: DNA of everyone arrested

     
    by Mark Silva A mug-shot and a set of finger-prints won't be enough at the booking desk anymore. The government is demanding DNA as well. "The attorney general is directing all agencies of the United States that arrest or detain......
  • Jim Webb's fighting political manifesto

     
    by David Lerman In his new book, Virginia Sen. Jim Webb describes an America that lacks a coherent national security strategy while bogged down in a war that should never have been fought. It is a country, he says, where......
  • IG: FBI mostly OK on detainee treatment

     
    Justice Department Inspector General Glenn Fine identifies both sins of commission and ommission in the FBI's involvement with detainee interrogations in Afghanistan, Iraq and Guantanamo Bay, but the missteps and oversights either weren't frequent...
  • White House counterattacks McClellan

     
    by Mark Silva The Bush White House, long accused by outside critics of misrepresenting the facts to make the case for war in Iraq and other matters, has launched a personal counterattack against harsh accusations of "deception" from a longtime......
  • Bush 'surprised' by McClellan's claims

     
    by Mark Silva President Bush knew that Scott McClellan's book was coming, the White House says, but he was "surprised'' by the tenor of the tome that his former longtime aide has written about "the culture of deception'' in the......
  • Bush's release of secrets: 'Bombshell'

     
    by Mark Silva Scott McClellan vividly recalls one of the serious tipping points near the end of his relationship, as press secretary, with President Bush. They were boarding Air Force One in the early afternoon of April 6, 2006. A......
  • Federal offense: Fake war heroism

     
    by John Crewdson Dick Agnew, a retired Army major, was hunting for a parking place at Dallas Ft. Worth International Airport when something stopped him cold. Agnew had just passed a car bearing a rare Legion of Valor license plate,......
  • McClellan's mea culpa: Day Three

     
    by Mark Silva Now that Washington and the Bush White House have had a few days to digest Scott McClellan's embarrassing book about the political "propaganda'' campaign that the White House ran for the war in Iraq, McClellan is facing......