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Sun ReporterWith his personal reputation in tatters but his political power still potent, Bill Clinton will have just two years to burnish his legacy and try to banish Monica Lewinsky to a footnote in his presidency. From Gennifer Flowers to the second...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Propelled by an intense lobbying effort led by President Bush, the House approved last night a federal takeover of airport security that would allow for the continued use of private contractors as baggage screeners instead of replacing them...
Sun StaffTHE DAY AFTER Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. and the state Board of Public Works laid off 43 employees this summer, a well-paid worker began in a newly created position. June Smith took the helm of the communications office of the state Department of...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - After a showdown over whether to include lawmakers' pet projects, Congress approved a $79 billion emergency wartime spending measure yesterday to pay for military action in Iraq, postwar rebuilding and fighting terrorism at home. The...
Tags: Defense, Iowa, Texas, Tom Ridge, Justice System
Sun StaffRobert L. Ehrlich Jr. glides past the guards with a quick "How ya doin'?" and swings open the doors to the private balcony of the speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives. The view is grand, sweeping down the front steps of the Capitol, across the...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Images of U.S. soldiers forcing Iraqi prisoners to perform sex acts and to injure themselves as part of their abuse at the Abu Ghraib prison shocked members of Congress, who spent a grim afternoon yesterday viewing hundreds of new photos...
Sentinel Staff WriterT. Keith Glennan considered his options. The year was 1959, and a powerful Houston congressman had just offered NASA's first leader 1,000 acres of prime Texas real estate to construct a new space center. On the one hand, Albert Thomas controlled space...
Washington BureauDemocratic lawmakers on Monday began a concerted attack on Republican conservatives for stalling sweeping legislation to strengthen airport security in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist strikes. Although the Senate unanimously approved the aviation...
Sun ReporterTexas Gov. George W. Bush claimed victory last night in the presidential race, after he was certified the winner of Florida's election by 537 votes out of nearly 6 million cast. Vice President Al Gore refused to concede and announced that he would try to...
Sun ReporterWilliam Jefferson Clinton was impeached yesterday on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice, setting in motion a landmark Senate trial that will determine whether the 42nd president of the United States will be the first in history to be removed...
Tags: Wisconsin, Mississippi, Texas, Bill Clinton, Trials
Washington BureauIn the days before the House of Representatives rejected turning over airport security to federal employees, House Democrats watched in dismay as Majority Whip Tom DeLay rounded up the precise number of votes needed to continue private security...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - It is President Bush's most reliable applause line as he campaigns for re-election. "I had a choice," he says of the decision to invade Iraq and force Saddam Hussein from power. "Do I take the word of a madman, forget the lessons of...
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