Published May 13, 2004
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill Wednesday got a heavy dose of disturbing photographs and videos taken at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.
Published March 30, 2004
Congressional Democrats seek to compel Rice testimony before Sept. 11 commission while legal experts argue over whether she can be forced to go on record.
Published January 28, 2004
For all intents and purposes, the New Hampshire primary appears to have turned the Democratic presidential race into a two-man race.
Published January 15, 2004
Democratic candidate John Kerry's recent gesture to pot use has caused little smoke much less the fire reminiscent of the shockwaves surrounding Bill Clinton's college-age experiment and 1992 contortions explaining that he did not inhale.
Published January 13, 2004
National security, budget and social issues are front and center in the 2004 election season and will be sure to dominate the mass media and voters' attentions from now until Nov. 2 and beyond.
Published December 02, 2003
Congress is wrapping up the legislative year without passing a farm-friendly energy bill, but farmers have made out pretty well so far during this administration, and President Bush hopes to ride the goodwill during his 2004 re-election campaign.
Published November 28, 2003
The bold nature of President Bush's secret Thanksgiving trip to Baghdad could give Bush a needed public relations boost as U.S. troop casualties increase and polling shows postwar Iraq could become a liability this election season, say political experts.
Published November 06, 2003
A high-ranking House Democrat on Wednesday took Donald Rumsfeld to task, saying the defense secretary should do the country "a service" and resign from his post.
Published October 28, 2003
President Bush said Tuesday that the global fight against terrorism is stronger than ever, and blamed new attacks in Iraq on members of Saddam Hussein's old regime and "foreign terrorists"
Published October 27, 2003
Howard Dean either got off lightly Sunday night or faced a hail of fire from opponents seeking to bring down the frontrunner in the Democratic race to challenge President Bush in 2004.