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Bush family dog Barney dies at age 12

Former First Dog Barney died Friday of lymphoma. Barney is survived by the Bush family, and his sidekick Scottish Terrier Miss Beazley.

George W. Bush: Be more benevolent on immigration reform issue

Dallas - At an invite-only event by the George W. Bush Institute, in Dallas, former US President George W. Bush asked Congress to be "benevolent" about immigration reform.

NYT Reporter: Bush White House didn't listen to 9/11 warnings

Washington - Eleven years after the 9/11 terror attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people in three states, new information has emerged that affirms that George W. Bush and his inner circle of advisers ignored compelling evidence pointing to an imminent al-Qaeda attack.

Report calls for criminal investigation of Bush torture policy

Washington - A new report by Human Rights Watch (HRW) calls for President Barack Obama to authorize a criminal investigation into the “overwhelming evidence of torture” by the Bush administration, so far ignored by the Obama administration.

Op-Ed: 'Curveball' lied and Colin Powell is mystified

This story is almost too disheartening, too disturbing to examine. Colin Powell is apparently surprised that he was lied to about the existence of WMDs in Iraq. But when the informant's name was "Curveball", wasn't that a clue?

Op-Ed: Time to review post-9/11 mentality and face reality?

9/11 Truth: As more evidence obliterating the Government's 'official' 9/11 fairy tale emerges, demands for investigation into the truth about what happened that day are growing. When do we review the post-9/11 mentality and face reality?

Report: Bush administration ran experiments on terrorist suspects

Washington - A new report released this week by the Physicians for Human Rights suggests that officials from the Bush administration had conducted human research and experiments against terrorist suspects that were detained.

9/11 Commission told not to 'cross a line' during investigation

A recently released letter shows that members of the former Bush administration urged panelists on the 9/11 Commission not to probe too deeply into the events of the terrorist attacks that occurred on that morning.

Tom Ridge says he was pressured to raise terror alert

Former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge says that right before the presidential election in 2004, he was pressured by other members of the Cabinet to raise the terror levels.

Karl Rove further implicated in U.S. Attorney firing scandal

Former Deputy Chief of Staff to President Bush, Karl Rove, was revealed to be heavily involved in the firing of a U.S. Attorney in New Mexico according to recently released documents.

Justice Dept Considers Probe Into Bush-Era Interrogation Tactics

Attorney General Eric Holder is reportedly considering appointing a prosecutor into looking at the Bush Administration's interrogation methods.

Could US Go After Bush Administration For Torture?

Are there workings on going after high level members of the Bush administration for their part when it comes to the interrogation tactics used on detainees? Obama has closed the door for CIA agents and interrogators but that doesn't include higher ups.

Bush Administration Pushes Last-Minute Deregulation

During its final 11 weeks in office, the Bush administration is feverishly working to use that time to modify federal regulations to weaken consumer and environmental protections.

Op-Ed: Oregon's 'Impeach Team'

Combining the style of a Ghostbusters commercial with the look and sound of a Three Stooges comedy short, three long shot first time leftist congressional candidates have pooled resources to become “the Impeach Team,” urging impeaching the president.

When Did the Bush Administration Start Intensifying Wiretap Program?

When did the Bush administration start looking into wiretapping Americans calls? What was the original reason for this spying? With terrorism being the focus of the past few years the truth is the program intensified not for terror in the world.

500,000 Americans risk losing homes: Administration tries mortgage rates freeze

Depending on who you read, the administration’s plan to try and take some of the heat out of the subprime mortgage situation is either getting a bit of bipartisan traction and/or generating a bit more political point scoring.

The Democratic Agenda (Part 2 of 4)

Power can be used to accomplish a variety of tasks. In the case of the Democratic Party that power will be used to reward friends and punish enemies, a fact made more apparent as the race for the democratic presidential nomination heats up.

100% Testing for Mad Cow Disease? Bushies Say "no way"

The Agriculture Department tests fewer than 1 percent of slaughtered cows for the disease, which can be fatal to humans who eat tainted beef. A beef producer in the western state of Kansas, Creekstone Farms Premium Beef, wants to test all of its cows.

A spy betrayed?

Former CIA spy says betrayed by Bush administration

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