The Justice department is getting flooded with a new wave of requests for pardons and commutations from convicted felons hoping for clemency from President Bush before he leaves office.
Why did the NSA classify 'public' report on wiretaps?
Few advisers in John McCain's inner circle inspire more loyalty from him than campaign manager Rick Davis. McCain and his wife, Cindy, credit the shrewd, and sometimes volatile, Republican insider with rescuing the campaign last year when it was out of money and on the verge of collapse.
Regulatory filings indicate that McCain campaign chief Rick Davis remains an officer with his lobbying firm.
A McCain lawyer scrambles to block a Palin ethics inquiry.
Why are federal prosecutors threatening a government-secrets expert?
By Michael Isikoff The McCain team has hastily assembled a team of former Bush White House aides to tutor the vice-presidential candidate, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, on foreign-policy issues, to write her speeches and to begin preparing her for her all-important Oct. 2 debate against Sen.
Chevron hires lobbyists to squeeze Ecuador in toxic-dumping case. What an Obama win could mean.