Columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks look at the Middle East conflict, the upcoming G-8 Summit, the Valerie Plame lawsuit against Dick Cheney and the new policy on terror detainees.
Mark Shields and National Review editor Rich Lowry discuss Vice President Dick Cheney's accidental shooting of his hunting companion, the latest on Lewis "Scooter" Libby, the National Security Agency and domestic spying, among other topics.
By PBS NewsHour
Democrats were up in arms Wednesday over comments Vice President Dick Cheney made this week suggesting that electing Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., in November would make the United States more vulnerable to a terrorist attack.
By PBS NewsHour
Vice President Dick Cheney will contrast the president's "demonstrated leadership" against presidential candidate John Kerry's "confusion of conviction" when he addresses delegates Wednesday night at the Republican National Convention.
The Supreme Court said Thursday that the White House does not have to abide by a lower federal court's order to turn over records of energy task force meetings chaired by Vice President Dick Cheney.
The Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday on whether Vice President Dick Cheney should be able to keep his energy task force papers secret, another key case in the high court's current term that will test the limits of executive…
President Bush reversed himself Tuesday and agreed to let national security adviser Condoleezza Rice testify publicly before the bipartisan panel investigating the Sept. 11 attacks.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
A defiant Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia refused a request Thursday to remove himself from a case involving his friend, Vice President Dick Cheney, dismissing suggestions of a conflict of interest.
The Supreme Court said Monday it will review Vice President Dick Cheney's appeal to keep his energy task force papers secret.
U.S. military pilots were told to shoot down hijacked commercial airplanes over Washington, Vice President Dick Cheney said Sunday.
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