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  • Karl Rove: Free man in Washington

     
    by Mark Silva Karl Rove, the "architect'' of President Bush's elections, comes in for some post-Modernist criticism in Scott McClellan's hot new book, What Happened. The former press secretary writes of a political genius who pursued political art like a....
  • Bhutto gave N. Korea nuke secrets: book

     
    by Frank James One of the most interesting stories today is the Washington Post piece on a new book which states that Benazir Bhutto, the former Pakistani premier who was assassinated last year, provided nuclear secrets back in the 1990s......
  • ATF gets new building, challenges remain

     
    Attorney General Michael Mukasey offered a flattering assessment of the history of the agency formerly known as the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms at dedication ceremonies last week for ATF's new fortress-like headquarters building at 99 New York...
  • Accused 9/11 plotter seeks martyrdom

     
    Khalid Sheik Mohammed, from the FBI via Bloomberg News by James Oliphant Khalid Sheik Mohammed, the accused mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks and the highest of high-level detainees being held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, declared Thursday that he......
  • McCain speech: Starting now. Full text.

     
    The full text of McCain's speech has been embargoed until he delivers it. He's starting now, from Kenner, La., -- the site of Katrina, symbol of one of Bush's two biggest failures. It's supposed to reflect a commitment to address......
  • McCain: I'm not Bush! I'm a change agent, too!

     
    McCain, although he's been the nominee for a couple of months, wants some of the limelight tonight, so he's delivering a big campaign kickoff speech -- just like Obama. He's in New Orleans and will get a jump on......
  • Watchdog blasts FBI immigrant checks

     
    The FBI takes it on the chin from the Justice Department Inspector General Glenn Fine today morning for "serious deficiencies that have resulted in large backlogs and questions about the reliability of the resulting information" on citizen and immigration...
  • John McCain: 'The right change'

     
    by Mark Silva Republican Sen. John McCain, maintaining that he will counter Democratic Sen. Barack Obama's promise of change with a promise of "the right change,'' says he also will point out the Illinois senator's "lack of experience'' in their......
  • McClellan: White House 'heads in sand'

     
    Books on the president, including McClellan's. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds) by Mark Silva The White House isn't fond of having past and present members of the administration testify before Congress, but Scott McClellan, the now-readily-forthcoming former...
  • Cheney on achievements: War on terror

     
    by Mark Silva Near the end of his tenure, the most powerful vice president in the history of the United States pauses to assess "the most important achievements of the administration and any disappointments.'' That was the question put to......
  • NBA ref situation gets uglier

     
    This NBA officiating situation was bound to get ugly and it has.Information is beginning to leak out that the FBI has questioned some referees about veteran ref Dick Bavetta, who happened to be part of the crew for the now infamous Game......