Maura Reynolds

Economic Correspondent, Los Angeles Times

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White House Correspondent for the Los Angeles Times

Maura Reynolds on KCRW

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.

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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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