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New federal guidelines will leave sensitive wetlands unprotected, according to environmental advocates.
Senator Pete V. Domenici broke with the White House as Democrats in Congress prepared to renew their challenge to the war.
I. Lewis Libby Jr. has paid his $250,000 fine out of his own pocket, according to a spokeswoman.
Information about a nuclear spill so bad that it kept a uranium fuel factory closed for seven months in 2006 was never made publicly accessible.
WASHINGTON, July 5 — When it comes to health care, the personal is political.
The different approaches reflect longstanding divisions on the role of government versus the private market.
Candidates in both parties are promising to overhaul the system and cover more of the 44.8 million people without insurance.
New feelings of insecurity in immigrant communities are helping fuel a rise in the number of legal immigrants seeking to become U.S. citizens.
In interviews, many experts generally supported actions by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the case of Andrew Speaker, the traveling lawyer who was diagnosed with tuberculosis.
Representative Anthony D. Weiner said that Congress would hold a hearing to press officials of the National Park Service on their reasons for keeping the crown of the Statue of Liberty closed to visitors.
Many private workers are returning home with combat-related mental health problems, but their problems often go ignored or are inadequately treated.
Bill Clinton is one Oscar-worthy supporting actor who can sometimes upstage his leading lady simply by breathing.
For Americans who happen to be running for president, the holiday is an opportunity to be seen at parades, parks and barbecues.
President Bush took Independence Day as an opportunity to hark back to another bloody war with no apparent end in sight.
As the campaign heats up, the question naturally arises: Can the left mobilize when it comes to the Supreme Court and judicial appointments in general?
President Bush drew on arguments about federal sentencing that are opposed by his own administration.
The fund-raising totals underscored the tough political environment for Republicans candidates.
The United States and Russia pledged Tuesday to reduce their stockpiles of long-range nuclear arms “to the lowest possible level.”
The State Department said the 60,000 visas it had expected to offer would no longer be available because of “sudden backlog reduction efforts.”
President Bush and a small circle of advisers are said to have delved deeply into the evidence in the case, debating I. Lewis Libby Jr.’s guilt or innocence.