Philip Shenon

Investigative and Washington Correspondent for the New York Times

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As promised, Democrats are beginning their public investigation into the conduct of the Iraq war and occupation.

Paul Bremer Grilled on Capitol Hill

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The House Committee on Government Reform today released the  latest report on former lobbyist Jack Abramoff , who has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to bribe public officials.  The…

Report Finds Extensive Abramoff-White House Contacts

The House Committee on Government Reform today released the latest report on former lobbyist Jack Abramoff , who has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to bribe public officials.  The…

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