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  • Chalabi returns to prominence and power

    Ahmad Chalabi sits in the conference room of his compound in the Green Zone preparing to meet with Lt. Gen. Raymond T. Odierno, the No. 2 U.S. military officer in Iraq. Sunlight streams over expensive Persian carpets and modern Iraqi furniture. Chalabi...
  • Examining torture in the Bush era

    Examining torture in the Bush era
    Dick Cheney is right. President Obama should release any evidence the government has that shows whether torture -- sorry, "enhanced interrogation techniques" -- induced Al Qaeda detainees to give up information that saved American lives. But Obama...
  • What Bush leaves behind

    What Bush leaves behind
    After eight unreflective years, George W. Bush has suddenly turned contemplative, arguing in a flurry of exit interviews that his record (as Mark Twain said of Wagner's music) is better than it sounds. He could turn out to be right -- but his standing...
  • Iran's nuclear ambitions on hold, U.S. agencies conclude

    U.S. intelligence agencies have concluded that Iran halted its nuclear weapons program in 2003 and that international pressure has compelled the Islamic Republic to back away from its pursuit of the bomb. The new findings represent a retreat from a...
  • McCain vs. Bush: Russians in Georgia

     
    by Mark Silva President Bush will have lunch today at the George Bush Center for Intelligence, the headquarters compound of the Central Intelligence Agency in Langley, Va., named for his father, the former president and CIA director. He will get......
  • Bush makes surprise visit to Iraq

     
    by Christi Parsons President Bush today made a surprise, farewell trip to Baghdad, where he said the war in Iraq has been difficult but necessary for the cause of world peace. Bush met with Iraqi President Jalal Talabani and......
  • G-8 focus shifts to terrorism

    On a sunlit terrace of the secluded Gleneagles Hotel where world leaders are huddling, President Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair met for a quiet morning coffee well before a series of bombs exploded in London. They had come to this pastoral...