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Bush meeting with Iraqi president
WHITE HOUSE (AP) -- President Bush is seeing Iraq�s interim president today�with less than two months to go before planned elections. While other Sunni politicians in Iraq are calling for a delay in
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Bush set to name Kerik to homeland post
WHITE HOUSE (AP) -- President Bush today is set to name a second-term homeland security secretary who knows all to well the cost of terrorism. Officials say his choice is Bernard Kerik, who was New York�s
Protesters in Canadian capital express anger at Bush, Iraq war
OTTAWA (AP) -- Thousands of protesters marched on Parliament Tuesday, rallying against President Bush�s visit and the U.S.-led war in Iraq. Twelve people were arrested after scuffling with police on the
Bush visiting Canadian prime minister in Ottawa
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush�s trip north of the border will be akin to a polite dance where he�ll try to avoid missteps that could create more anti-Americanism in Canada. For his part, Canadian
Bush under heavy protection in drug-infested Colombia, promises US aid
CARTAGENA, Colombia (AP) -- Under a security web of warplanes, ships and 15,000 troops, President Bush praised Colombia�s battle against drugs and Marxist guerrillas Monday and pledged to keep U.S. aid
Bush touts U.S.-backed anti-drug efforts
SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) -- President Bush aims to highlight the benefits of American drug-fighting aid in Colombia and boost a conservative Latin American leader with a brief, security-laden stop in the
Bush seeks global support against terrorists, North Korea�s nuclear
KILLEEN, Texas (AP) -- President Bush, meeting with Asian-Pacific leaders, is seeking more international backing to both persuade North Korea to abandon its nuclear weapons ambitions and to take concrete
Bush speaking at Clinton Library opening
WHITE HOUSE (AP) -- President Bush will be among those saluting his predecessor today at the opening of the Clinton Presidential Library. The president�s joining his father and former President Jimmy
Bush taps Rice to replace Powell as nation�s top diplomat
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush turned to his most trusted foreign policy adviser, Condoleezza Rice, to lead U.S. diplomacy during his second term, replacing Secretary of State Colin Powell, who often
In radio address, Bush claims good progress in Iraq war
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush painted a rosy picture of the situation in Iraq, claiming significant progress Saturday in the U.S. military�s battle in an insurgent stronghold. In his weekly radio
Bush, Blair wrap up White House talks
WHITE HOUSE (AP) -- President Bush and his Iraq War ally Tony Blair wrap up two days of talks today at the White House. The president and British leader have been spending time on the prospects for Mideast
Pomp, pageantry planned for Bush�s second inauguration, his family�s fifth
WASHINGTON (AP) -- When President Bush takes his second oath of office Jan. 20 it will be his family�s fifth inauguration ceremony, a day of pomp and pageantry set amid the icons of democracy only this
Two Bush cabinet members resign
WHITE HOUSE (AP) -- Two of President Bush�s staunchest allies in fighting terror and cutting taxes are stepping down. Attorney General John Ashcroft and Commerce Secretary Don Evans have resigned. They
Freed from election concerns, Bush may come up with second-term surprises
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Odd things can happen when presidents no longer have to worry about re-election. George W. Bush embarks on another four years in the White House unleashed from election concerns for
What do next four years portend at Bush White House?
SECOND-TERM AGENDA�History has shown that re-elected presidents, freed of having to face the voters again, often work to break new ground on domestic and foreign policy issues. PROSPECTS OF BUSH
President�s big plans will carry a big price tag
SECOND-TERM GOALS: President Bush wants to revamp Social Security, overhaul the tax code, improve education, battle AIDS and poverty while waging war in Iraq and fighting terrorists. THE PROBLEM: The
How the rest of the world is reacting to Bush�s re-election
France , Germany and other European countries President Bush alienated during his first four years in office are promising to work with the newly re-elected U-S leader.  Some European leaders expressed hope Bush would reach out to them in his second term. Others gloomily forecast no major tack in White House policy and continued trans-Atlantic bickering.
President Bush claims "historic victory"
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush is claiming a "historic victory." Bush says, "America has spoken." He said he's "humbled" by the trust and confidence of Americans. He said he has a duty to serve
Kerry makes concession speech
BOSTON (AP) -- Sen. John Kerry brought his long White House campaign to an end Wednesday, conceding the presidential election to George W. Bush and saying the time had come to "begin the healing." "I'm
What voters are saying at the polls
Bush philosophical at end of last campaign: worked �as hard as we possibly could�
Voters line up to cast ballots
Kennedy, Rogers vote as they vie for the 1st Congressional
Elections officials predict strong voter turnout today
Bush visits campaign workers in Ohio
Teresa Heinz Kerry casts ballot
Registration challenges, machine breakdowns among impediments to voting
Kerry�s plane lands at Hanscom

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