Maura Reynolds

Economic Correspondent, Los Angeles Times

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White House Correspondent for the Los Angeles Times

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Last night the Senate passed  its version  of economic rescue, a measure that's grown from three pages to 451.  President Bush is urging business leaders to lobby the House to go…

Is the Second Time the Charm for the Bailout Bill?

Last night the Senate passed its version of economic rescue, a measure that's grown from three pages to 451.  President Bush is urging business leaders to lobby the House to go…

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Brutal treatment of terrorist detainees, electronic surveillance without judicial approval, politics in the administration of justice.

Gonzales Resigns, Bush Says Critics 'Dragged Him Through the Mud'

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During President Bush's first year in office, he made much of his friendship with Mexican President Vicente Fox.

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During President Bush's first year in office, he made much of his friendship with Mexican President Vicente Fox.

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