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Times Staff WriterWASHINGTON — Peace in Iraq is proving more politically dangerous for President Bush than war. The swiftly decided military conflict boosted Bush's standing in polls and strengthened his reelection prospects. But the unsettled postwar situation...
Tags: Iraq, Death, Military Equipment, Bob Graham, Elections
Chicago Tribune staff reporterAs his van winds through scenic Coldwater Canyon, Dennis Kucinich experiences a musical flashback. Although his destitute childhood, tumultuous term as "boy wonder" mayor and new life as a congressman were set in Cleveland's gritty neighborhoods, it was...
Tags: Children, Chicago Tribune, Elections, Studs Terkel, Ed Begley
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle angrily attacked President Bush and his administration yesterday, accusing them of using the debates on Iraq and homeland defense to challenge Democrats' commitment to national security. Speaking on the...
Tags: World War II (1939-1945), Iraq, Death, Alvaro Uribe, Elections
Washington BureauThe House narrowly passed a $99.5 billion tax-relief measure for corporations and individuals Wednesday and sent it on to a Senate sharply divided over the type and size of economic stimulus package that ultimately will be delivered to President Bush...
Associated PressThe incoming transportation security chief promised on Thursday to meet the congressionally imposed deadlines for making airline travel safer as key lawmakers rejected industry pleas for more time to start inspecting checked bags for explosives. John...
Washington BureauThe economic stimulus package that President Bush and Congress proclaim they want to pass quickly ran into political roadblocks Wednesday that could delay its approval and turn it into a bigger bill. Not only did partisan differences between...
Tribune City Hall reporterA few years after Richard Michael Daley was married, when he was still heir to his father's business of running Chicago and Cook County, he came down with a terrible fever and flu. His voice was a raspy croak over the phone. "Honey, I'm sick," he told...
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