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Date: Fri, 28 Oct 2005 11:48:44 EDT
Subject: Politics: White House Braces for Indictment; Rove Said to be Spared for NowPolitics News & Analysis Thursday, Oct. 27, 2005
The CIA Leak Case
White House Braces for Indictment; Rove Said to Be Spared for Now
White House officials braced for the possibility that Vice President Cheney's chief of staff would be indicted in the CIA leak case today, while the lawyer for Karl Rove said the presidential confidant's case is still under investigation.
The Unraveling of the Miers Nomination
Nomination Was Plagued By Missteps From the Start
By nearly all accounts, the 24 days of the Miers nomination was hobbled by a succession of miscalculations.
- Friday, Oct. 28, at 11 a.m. ET: Robert Bork on Fallout from Miers Withdrawal
- The Miers They Missed
- Special Report: Supreme Court
A Weakened President Faces New Risks
President Bush's nomination of Harriet Miers was made from a position of weakness by a White House beset by political problems and eager to avoid a fight over the Supreme Court.
Politics Blog: The Fix by Chris Cillizza
The Friday Line: Governor's Races to Watch
washingtonpost.com's politics blog forecasts ten of the toughest 38 2006 governor's races.
Supreme Court Blog
The Morning After
The Washington Post's Fred Barbash blogs about reaction to the Miers withdrawal and who might be the new nominee.
Who was the only sitting cabinet member in recent history to be indicted while in office?
A. Raymond J. Donovan, Ronald Reagan's secretary of labor
B. Henry G. Cisneros, President Clinton's secretary of housing and urban development
C. Mike Espy, President Clinton's secretary of agriculture
D. John M. Poindexter, President Reagan's national security adviserA Departure's Lasting Damage
� E.J. Dionne Jr. | The harm that President Bush and the conservative movement have inflicted on their drive to pack the Supreme Court won't be undone by Harriet Miers's withdrawal.
OPINIONS: Hate Speech from Iran, Editorials, MoreMore Politics NewsU.N. Panel Says 2,400 Firms Paid Bribes to Iraq: Oil-for-Food Program Report Alleges $1.8 Billion in Payments (By Colum Lynch)Voter ID Law Is Overturned: Georgia Can No Longer Charge For Access to Nov. 8 Election (By Darryl Fears)A Mayor on a Vespa, And Other Ways to Set Energy Examples: States and Cities Address High Fuel Costs (By T.R. Reid)House Approves Plan to Close BasesPhoto Gallery: Eye on CongressLive DiscussionsFriday, Oct. 28, at 11 a.m. ET: Robert Bork on Fallout from Miers Withdrawal (Judge Robert Bork)
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- Michael Kinsley: Snooker? Smoky? Sunshine?
- Guest Blogger: Joshua Micah Marshall
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