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Bowing to pressure from Democratic and Republican lawmakers, President Bush on Friday named seven people to sit on a bipartisan independent commission to investigate U.S. intelligence failures in prewar Iraq.
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Former presidential contender Rep. Richard Gephardt, D-Mo., endorsed Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry on Friday in a move that is expected to help the Democratic front-runner rally labor support.
Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry, returning to the campaign trail after a day off, largely ignored his Democratic rivals and continued to target President George Bush ahead of a series of primary contests.
Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf pardoned Abdul Qadeer Khan on Thursday for selling nuclear secrets to other countries, a day after the chief nuclear scientist apologized to the nation in a televised address.
CIA Director George Tenet on Thursday denied his agency tailored information to build a case for the U.S.-led war in Iraq in a speech that marked his first public defense of prewar intelligence.
In a major victory for Massachusetts' gay citizens, the state's supreme court declared Wednesday that same-sex couples are constitutionally entitled to full marriage rights, beyond the scope of rights civil unions allow.
U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan said Tuesday he would send a team to Iraq to determine if elections could be held before the June 30 transfer of authority to a provisional government.
Retired Gen. Wesley Clark barely pushed to the top of the extremely tight Oklahoma primary Tuesday, securing his first electoral victory and bolstering his drive for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Democratic presidential front-runner Sen. John Kerry scored five victories in Tuesday's seven-state primary contest.
Sen. John Edwards, D-N.C., discusses his campaign's strategy after a Tuesday victory in his native South Carolina -- a state the candidate had said he must win to remain competitive.
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