Rove under Investigation by Office of Special Counsel

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The latest investigation of the Bush Administration does not come from Congress but from inside the Administration itself. The Office of Special Counsel monitors low-level federal officials to make sure they obey the rules and don't engage in prohibited political activities. Now the agency's head, Scott Bloch, says he "will not leave any stone unturned" as he investigates no less a target than the President's chief political advisor, Karl Rove.  That's according to Tom Hamburger in today's Los Angeles Times.




Warren Olney