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  • Bush exits Washington with grace, controversy

    The choreography was smooth, the smiles were gracious, but all the same, President George W. Bush's exit from Washington was less than painless. To be sure, the now-former president fulfilled his role flawlessly. He extended his hand again and again to...
  • Project Runway: The nuts and bolts of fashion

     
    Hey kids! Welcome back to the least consistent Project Runway blog on the internet! One week we're here, and the next week, we're auf weidersehen. (What the hell?) I'm Kevin Van Valkenburg, and although my apologies were wearing thin, I......
  • Aides' woes could badly harm Bush

    Washington // It's not often that President Bush, who casts himself as decisive and bold, is cut off from decisions of grave importance to his presidency. But as he and his team brace for the results of a lengthy CIA leak investigation that has reached...
  • Loyalty is key in choice of Miers

    WASHINGTON // When it comes to President Bush's latest Supreme Court pick, think Condi, not Cheney. Bush's surprise choice of Harriet E. Miers prompted commentators to note that she got her nomination in the way Vice President Dick Cheney got his. Both...
  • Biographical information on Libby

    I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby Jr. Age: 55 Title: Resigned today as Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff and assistant to the vice president for national security affairs. Education: Yale University, 1972; Columbia University Law School, 1975....
  • David Nitkin on state politics issues

    Issues Eric T., Bel Air: Mr. Nitkin, in your Feb. 13, 2006, Q&A you briefly summarize The Sun's aggressive reporting on an aborted state land sale to a politically connected contractor (at the same price as the state initially paid). A few weeks ago,...
  • Miers chosen for court

    Washington // President Bush named his trusted White House counsel Harriet E. Miers, a Texas native with no experience as a judge, to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, sparking an outcry among conservative activists who had hoped...
  • Columbia's legacy will be seen in space program, Cheney says

    WASHINGTON - As a hazy sun lighted the National Cathedral's stained-glass windows, including one that depicts man's first mission to the moon, Vice President Dick Cheney told hundreds of mourning NASA employees yesterday that their strength and skill...
  • 'Gulag' charge absurd, Bush says

    WASHINGTON - President Bush defended yesterday the treatment of detainees at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, dismissing as "absurd" a human rights group's conclusion that the U.S. detention center there had become "the gulag of our times." "It's an absurd...
  • GOP sweeps back into power in Congress

    Republicans regained control of Congress in yesterday's election, preserving their majority in the House of Representatives and sweeping back to power in the Senate. It was a strong showing for President Bush and the Republicans, though they did not gain...
  • Two sons, brothers lost in Iraq, two views of war that took them

    Last in a series COLUMBUS, Ohio - The vases of flowers on the dining room table are many days past their prime, the pink roses now hanging their heads. But still they sit. Red, white and blue ribbons that once adorned them are saved in a basket on the...
  • 'We will not relent until justice is done'

    NEW YORK - Capping a day of somber remembrance, President Bush implored Americans last night to recognize that the Sept. 11 attacks forced America to take on a new mission: "to rid the world of terror." "We have made a sacred promise, to ourselves and to...