For three months now, US gasoline stockpiles have been dropping steadily. Nationwide, gasoline prices jumped 10.2 cents a gallon last week to an average of $2.97 and $3.46 around San Francisco.
WASHINGTON — Former CIA director George Tenet, one-time keeper of some of the nation’s biggest secrets, has spilled some of the goods in his $4 million memoirs.
WASHINGTON — President Bush has alerted the American people that the war in Iraq will go on for a long time — easily into the next presidency.
WASHINGTON — Hail to the leakers and whistle blowers. Bring ’em on.
Upset Gives Dems a Clear Senate Edge Democratic upstart James Webb, coming out of obscurity with a penniless campaign last February, declared himself the victor in Virginia’s U.S. Senate race Tuesday, knocking off incumbent Republican George Allen.
Politics and Hubris I had an interesting and enlightening discussion with a former member of the church I attend at our polling place on Tuesday morning. He told me that he had left the church because he felt it could not tolerate his conservative views.
WASHINGTON — The voters have sent a clear message to President Bush: It’s time to pull out of Iraq.
Last week, the House passed legislation that would establish military tribunals for the detainees at Guantanamo Bay and other combatants in the global war on terror.
WASHINGTON — The nomination of John Bolton as the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations is coming before the Senate again.