Ron Hutcheson

White House Correspondent, McClatchy Newspapers

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Ron Hutcheson on KCRW

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.

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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.

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