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Cpl. Pat Tillman’s family called the investigation of their son’s death in Afghanistan “shamefully unacceptable.”
The colon cancer Tony Snow battled two years ago has returned and has spread, reaching his liver.
The Senate defeated by a 50 to 48 vote an attempt to erase an American troop withdrawal date from an Iraq spending bill.
Tony Snow has suffered a recurrence of cancer, and the disease has spread to his liver, the White House said.
Monica Goodling invoked her right to refuse to testify in the investigation of the removal of eight U.S. attorneys.
As the Senate opened debate on a $122 billion Iraq spending bill, Republicans vowed not to allow Congress to impose a withdrawal date for American troops.
David Hicks, an Australian trained by Al Qaeda, is the first Guantánamo detainee to be convicted before a military commission.
Senator Clinton is striving to show voters that she is comfortable with military policy and culture.
A Pentagon investigation found no criminal wrongdoing in the shooting of Cpl. Pat Tillman but found that Army officers violated regulations by failing to disclose details of his death promptly.
An audit showed that the museum had provided lavish perks such as chauffeurs and private jets to its top official.
The aide, who was arrested after trying to take a gun into a Senate office building, said that Senator Jim Webb had given him the gun while being dropped at the airport.
Monica Goodling, an aide to Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales, is refusing to testify about the removal of eight U.S. attorneys.
A Pentagon report concluded that investigations into Cpl. Pat Tillman’s shooting were initially mishandled.
The war in Iraq has become the key to the political future of many Republicans seeking re-election next year.
A dispute over the proper role of military defense lawyers is intensifying as military commissions reopen at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba.
As inspector general for the Justice Department, Glenn A. Fine must confront agency colleagues with the excruciating details of how they have failed.
Comments by three Republican senators indicated waning support for the attorney general where he needs it most.
At 32, Representative Adam H. Putnam of Florida has become the unlikely mouthpiece for the beleaguered minority in the House.
Republicans joined Democrats in questioning the attorney general’s credibility in the dismissal of eight U.S. attorneys.
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