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Drew Westen, a professor of psychology at Emory University, argues that the Democratic Party should, for the most part, focus on feelings, not issues or facts.
Citing noise complaints and potential safety hazards, Senator Charles E. Schumer called for new limits on helicopter traffic over Long Island.
The president invoked executive privilege to defy subpoenas from Congress for testimony on the firings of prosecutors.
Both I. Lewis Libby Jr.’s lawyers and the prosecutors filed papers saying they saw no problem in having him submit to two years of supervised release.
Fully one-fourth of top positions at the Department of Homeland Security are vacant, according to a report released by a House oversight committee.
The president invoked executive privilege today to defy subpoenas from Congress for testimony on the firings of prosecutors.
Across the country, voters said the presidential race had become much too intense, much too soon.
Some aides to the president want to forestall Republican defections by announcing an intention to gradually withdraw American troops.
In courts around the nation, in cases involving tobacco, lead paint and guns, state attorneys general have been outsourcing government power to private lawyers.
Rudolph W. Giuliani, the former New York mayor who is more Brooklyn than bayou, attended his first Nascar event on Saturday.
The seemingly uncontroversial goal of insuring more children has become the focus of an ideological conflict between the White House and Congress.
Justice Clarence Thomas’s recent opinion on integration has provided fresh material for the rich debate about him among black scholars.
The assessment is likely to be seen as a setback for Kosovo’s ethnic Albanian leadership.
The lawyer for a former aide told lawmakers that he expected the Bush administration to try to block the aide from testifying about the dismissal of United States attorneys.
Some top intelligence officials say the U.S. missed a significant opportunity to try to capture senior members of Al Qaeda.
Ramadi, Iraq, once an anti-American danger zone, is now a model for the tactic of courting moderate Sunni leaders, but will it catch on?
At issue is a bipartisan accord, in which the administration agreed to Democratic demands to add provisions on labor and environmental standards in trading partner countries.
The public reaction to the young wife of Fred D. Thompson, potential presidential candidate, has been heated. Will she be a help or a hindrance?
With its lawless, island-dotted Atlantic shoreline, Guinea-Bissau has become a major hub for smuggled Colombian cocaine on its way to Europe and elsewhere.
As governor, President Bush applied a consistent, narrow standard when issuing pardons and commutations.