Politics

  • September 12, 2005   BY Admin 

    President Bush began a two-day tour of Hurricane Katrina-affected areas in New Orleans Monday, as signs of life began to emerge in the flooded historic city. Continue reading

  • September 12, 2005  

    Less than three years after becoming a federal judge, John Roberts faced the Senate Judiciary Committee Monday in the first day of hearings to see if he should become the nation’s top jurist. Two experts talk about what has been said thus far, and the direction the hearings will take throughout this week. Continue reading

  • September 12, 2005  

    Less than three years after becoming a federal judge, John Roberts faced the Senate Judiciary Committee Monday in the first day of hearings to see if he should become the nation’s top jurist. Kwame Holman reports on the day’s statements. Continue reading

  • September 9, 2005   BY Admin 

    The commission appointed to make base closing recommendations to President Bush submitted its report to the White House Thursday. Continue reading

  • September 9, 2005   BY Admin 

    In a major victory for the Bush administration, a federal appeals court decided Friday that the president has the authority to detain enemy combatants. Continue reading

  • September 9, 2005   BY Anna Shoup  

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s mission is to “lead America to prepare for, respond to and recover from disasters with a vision of ‘A Nation Prepared.'” Continue reading

  • September 9, 2005  

    Public opinion polls show a drop in public support for all levels of government after their response to Hurricane Katrina. Continue reading

  • September 9, 2005  

    Amid criticism of Michael Brown’s qualifications, Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff announced that Thad Allen will replace Brown as head of FEMA’s ground operations. After an update from a reporter, two former homeland security employees discuss FEMA’s organization and its future after Hurricane Katrina. Continue reading

  • September 9, 2005  

    Analysts David Brooks and Tom Oliphant discuss low public opinions of all levels of government in the wake of Hurricane Katrina as well as changes in FEMA’s leadership and next week’s Supreme Court confirmation hearings for John Roberts. Continue reading

  • September 8, 2005   BY Admin 

    The House and Senate on Thursday quickly approved an additional $52 billion for the Hurricane Katrina relief effort, bringing the total federal cost of the recovery to $62 billion, easily eclipsing spending on any domestic disaster. Continue reading