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Influential senators from both parties will unveil a new global warming proposal that could form the basis of a climate change compromise that has eluded Congress.
President Bush asked Congress to wait until September to pass judgment on a future military presence in Iraq.
Former Surgeon General Richard H. Carmona said that Bush administration officials tried to weaken or suppress health reports.
When he was riding high in the polls, President Bush had little need to indulge reporters with ceremonial pleasantries. But that is what he intends to do Wednesday.
United States counterterrorism officials are warning of an increased risk of an attack this summer.
Private equity managers like Henry R. Kravis are fighting a fierce, uphill lobbying battle over one of the most contentious tax proposals in the last decade.
Foreigners working legally in the United States sent thousands of flowers to an immigration official to draw attention to their complaints about job-based visas.
Senator David Vitter of Louisiana, whose phone number was on a client list kept by the so-called D.C. Madam, had depicted himself as a champion of family values.
With the House set to take up legislation that would sharply cut subsidies to student loan companies by about $19 billion, lenders are trying to appeal to Democrats.
A company that broadcasts cockfights on the Internet filed suit in federal court in Miami to challenge a federal law that makes it a crime to sell depictions of animal cruelty.
The Federal Reserve is not satisfied with the current rate of inflation. And it is apparently not satisfied with the public’s expectations about inflation either.
The president said today the United States must persevere in Iraq and said that the Iraqis themselves must take more responsibility.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The first U.S. surgeon general appointed by President George W. Bush accused the administration on Tuesday of political interference and muzzling him on key issues like embryonic stem cell research.
As Rudy Giuliani’s regional campaign chairman for the South, Louisiana Senator David Vitter could prove another headache for Mr. Giuliani.
Senator David Vitter, Republican of Louisiana, apologized after his telephone number appeared among those associated with an escort service.
NASA’s Dawn spacecraft, originally scheduled to head into space this past Saturday on a mission to visit two large asteroids, will now be launched in September.
Democratic leaders in Congress said they had dropped their demand for union bargaining rights for airport screeners in the hope of reviving antiterrorism legislation that had stalled because of a presidential veto threat.
Ryan C. Crocker and the Iraqi foreign minister warned that withdrawing U.S. troops could lead to a wider war.
Rising casualties in Iraq and a strong economy at home caused the service to miss its recruiting goals for the second straight month.
David Brody, who writes a blog and covers politics for the Christian Broadcasting Network, occupies a position of influence in the 2008 presidential campaign.