Ron Hutcheson

White House Correspondent, McClatchy Newspapers

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Britain  's
outgoing Prime Minister Tony Blair was at the White House today for a public
session of mutual appreciation with President Bush. At their  joint news
conference , the…

Bush's Warm Words for Blair at Farewell Summit

Britain 's outgoing Prime Minister Tony Blair was at the White House today for a public session of mutual appreciation with President Bush. At their joint news conference , the…

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Congress left Washington for its spring recess without reconciling  House and Senate differences  over money for troops in Iraq.

The Escalating Conflict between the White House and Congress

Congress left Washington for its spring recess without reconciling House and Senate differences over money for troops in Iraq.

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Early this week, 3000 pages of internal Justice Department e-mails and other documents were turned over to Congress in the matter of the firing of eight US Attorneys.

Is There Constitutional Confrontation in the Works?

Early this week, 3000 pages of internal Justice Department e-mails and other documents were turned over to Congress in the matter of the firing of eight US Attorneys.

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