Politics

  • November 3, 2005  

    The recent indictment of former vice presidential chief of staff Lewis Libby in the CIA leak case and the debate over presidential senior adviser Karl Rove’s involvement have posed challenges to the White House’s senior officials. Continue reading

  • November 3, 2005  

    A Washington Post reporter recounts the arraignment hearing of former vice presidential chief of staff Lewis Libby who was indicted on five counts of obstruction and perjury in the CIA leak case. Continue reading

  • November 3, 2005  

    Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s recent comments against Israel and his decision to fire 40 senior diplomats and ambassadors, many in favor of warmer ties with the West, have drawn sharp criticism from world leaders. Following a background report, two experts discuss the future of Iran under Ahmadinejad. Continue reading

  • November 2, 2005   BY Admin 

    The Senate this week launched a bipartisan review of the investigation into whether the administration manipulated intelligence prior to invading Iraq in 2003 after Democrats used a rare procedural move that temporarily closed the Senate. Continue reading

  • November 2, 2005   BY Admin 

    Iran said Wednesday it was going to replace 40 ambassadors and senior diplomats, including a supporter of improving ties with the West, in a move many consider in keeping with new President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s hard-line stance. Continue reading

  • November 2, 2005  

    In the past, Senate filibusters have blocked drilling in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. As Congress takes up the issue once more, a familiar debate is taking place among activists. Following a background report, two experts discuss drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Continue reading

  • November 2, 2005  

    An update on the recent surge of violence in Iraq. Continue reading

  • November 2, 2005  

    Questions have been raised about whether a law should exist to shield journalists from revealing sources. Many are concerned confidential sources will no longer trust journalists who fear jail time. Following a background report, four experts discuss the CIA leak investigation’s effects on journalism. Continue reading

  • November 1, 2005   BY Admin 

    Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff tapped Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Chairman Donald Powell Tuesday to head the federal government’s effort to rebuild areas of the Gulf Coast devastated by hurricanes Rita and Katrina. Continue reading

  • November 1, 2005   BY Admin 

    Chief Justice William Rehnquist missed the Supreme Court’s first day Monday at the advice of his doctors who are treating his thyroid cancer with radiation and chemotherapy. Continue reading