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

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

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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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