Mark Silva

White House Correspondent, Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune

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White House correspondent for the Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune

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Last October, Senator Ted Stevens was convicted on seven counts of making false statements to hide gifts and home renovations.

Justice Department Drops Charges against Alaska Senator Ted Stevens

Last October, Senator Ted Stevens was convicted on seven counts of making false statements to hide gifts and home renovations.

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Former White House Secretary Scott McClellan was on the defensive today, replying to attacks on his new book which claims that the Bush Administration deceived the American public…

McClellan Responds to White House Criticism of His Memoir

Former White House Secretary Scott McClellan was on the defensive today, replying to attacks on his new book which claims that the Bush Administration deceived the American public…

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President Bush  today accepted the  recommendations  of General David Petraeus. The draw-down of troops from Iraq will stop when the "surge" ends in July.

Bush Speech Caps Week of Iraq Testimony

President Bush today accepted the recommendations of General David Petraeus. The draw-down of troops from Iraq will stop when the "surge" ends in July.

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