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Sun ReporterWilliam Jefferson Clinton was impeached yesterday on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice, setting in motion a landmark Senate trial that will determine whether the 42nd president of the United States will be the first in history to be removed...
Tags: Iraq, Bob Dole, George W Gekas, History, Republican Party
Hartford Courant Washington Bureau ChiefPresident Bush goes before the American people tonight to report that the nation is strong, confident and ready. His challenge will be to keep it that way as he fights what he calls a "two-front war" against terrorism and economic stagnation. "This...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Howard Dean may have started his presidential campaign as an angry insurgent, an outsider from tiny Vermont with few resources beyond an anti-war message and a willingness to take on the Democratic establishment. But today he all but...
Washington BureauAs members of Congress confront a host of legislative initiatives to halt terrorism, discussion of issues that divide them have, for now, moved largely behind closed doors. Rather than noisily air their disagreements in public, as was the order of the...
Washington BureauDemocratic congressional leaders are furious with U.S. Rep. Rod Blagojevich for his vote against party-backed legislation to federalize airport security screeners, and some congressional aides suspect he cast the vote to further his campaign for governor....
Washington BureauHouse and Senate offices will stay closed while specialists continue testing for signs of anthrax contamination, and temporary quarters for lawmakers and their staff are being set up elsewhere around the city. Although the Capitol itself is open for...
Chicago Tribune staff writersSen. John Kerry of Massachusetts surged to victory in the Iowa caucuses on Jan. 19 as he and a surprisingly strong Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina wounded Howard Dean in the first contest of the Democratic presidential race, profoundly reshaping the...
Tags: Wesley Clark, American Legion, Iraq, Al Gore, Medical Services
++++++++++++++++++++ || How they voted ++++++++++++++++++++ || Article 1: Did Clinton commit perjury before grand jury? Yea: 228 Nay: 206 Not voting: 1 -------------------- Article 2: Did Clinton provide perjurious, false and...
Tribune staff reportersOutraged that the United Nations excluded the United States from an important human rights panel, the House voted overwhelmingly Thursday to withhold $244 million in promised back dues. The 252-165 vote came amid rare unanimity by House leaders who...
Associated Press WriterIn giving Sen. John Kerry back-to-back wins, Iowa and New Hampshire voters have deemed him to be the most capable of defeating President Bush in November. But a tougher test for Kerry could come next Tuesday, in primaries in the South and West, where the...
Sun ReporterHours after being relegated to an infamous place in history as the second U.S. president to be impeached, William Jefferson Clinton, who once dreamed of a sterling presidential legacy, vowed to remain in office "until the last hour of the last day of my...
Sun ReporterMore than 100 million Americans are expected to cast ballots today that will decide the tightest contest in decades for the presidency and control of Congress. George W. Bush and Al Gore flew cross country into the early hours of Election Day, delivering...
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