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By Alexandra Jaffe, Associated Press
Former long-time Republican Senator John Warner of Virginia died of heart failure Tuesday night at his Alexandria home. Apart from serving in Congress for 30 years, Warner was a former navy secretary and veteran of both World War II and…
A partisan divide plagues Congress' ability to reach a consensus on if and when the United States should begin withdrawing troops from Iraq. The NewsHour reports on the ongoing debate.
The Senate debated legislation Wednesday that would regulate troop deployments in Iraq. The NewsHour reports on the debate and what it means for U.S. military.
U.S. intelligence agencies delivered a negative assessment of the Iraqi government, as the debate over when to start withdrawing troops surged. Analysts Mark Shields and Rich Lowry discuss the political events of the week.
Liberal and conservative organizations have launched multi-million dollar advertising campaigns to pressure members of Congress to support their positions on the Iraq war. Representatives from both camps present their views.
Virginia Republican Sen. John Warner called on President Bush Thursday to begin withdrawing troops from Iraq in time for Christmas. Warner explains his comments and outlook on Iraq.
Gen. George Casey, nominated to become the next Army chief of staff, testified Thursday before the Senate Armed Services Committee, fielding questions about the need for more troops in Iraq and criticism about his record as top American commander in…
Sen. John Warner, R-Va., introduced legislation this week calling for a change to President Bush's plan to increase the troop presence in Iraq. Gwen Ifill speaks with the senator about Congress' plans to alter the administration's Iraq strategy.
By PBS NewsHour
In a nationally televised debate on NBC's "Meet the Press," Democratic candidate for Maryland Senate, Rep. Ben Cardin, attempted to draw distinct ideological lines with his opponent, Republican Lt. Gov. Michael Steele.
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