- Making News: Latest on Libby, Rove Connection to CIA Leak
While all of Washington is consumed by speculation, there's one place where talk about Karl Rove's possible indictment is forbidden--the Bush White House. Jim VandeHei, who reports for the Washington Post, says that despite outside appearances, it's been a tough year for the White House and its staffers, many of whom are demoralized and unhappy.
- Reporter's Notebook: Congress Bans Gun-Liability Suits
Dozens of lawsuits are likely to be thrown out of court when President Bush signs a bill sent to him yesterday by Congress. Shooting victims and families have sued gun makers and sellers, who will now be sheltered by federal law. While the National Rifle Association calls the legislation a "historic victory," Oakland City Attorney John Russo, one of 11 California municipalities whose suits would be dismissed, voices a distinctively different opinion.
Office of Special Counsel on CIA leak case
VandeHei's article on CIA-leak case
United Auto Workers on UAW-GM deal
Delphi on reorganization efforts
NUMMI, Toyota-GM joint partnership
Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act (SB 397)