Vice President Dick Cheney should testify before Congress about his role in the leaking of a CIA agent's identity, former White House spokesman Scott McClellan told members of the House Judiciary Committee on Friday.
President Bush's former spokesman Scott McLellan testifies on Capitol Hill about CIA leak.
Former Bush aide Dan Bartlett responds to accusations made in a new book by former press secretary Scott McClellan.
I worked with Scott McClellan in the West Wing for almost three years. Like most people, I liked Scott very much. But there is zero resemblance between the Scott I worked with and the person I have been watching this past week.
Former Bush spokesman Scott McClellan should testify under oath on Capitol Hill about his explosive new book in which he sharply criticizes his old boss, a Democratic congressman said Friday.
Rep. Robert Wexler (D-FL) thinks former Bush spokesman Scott McClellan should testify under oath about material in his book.
"I think the president should have stood by his word and that meant Karl should have left," McClellan said Sunday
Former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan said Friday that he would be willing to comply with a possible congressional subpoena to discuss the administration's handling of prewar intelligence, telling CNN's Wolf Blitzer he'd be "glad to share my views" if asked to testify.
Scott McClellan says he was 'knowingly misled' by the Bush administration about the leaking of Valerie Plame's identity.
Jack Cafferty asks: How will Scott McClellan's book affect the presidential election?
The incidents that first left then-White House press secretary Scott McClellan "dismayed and disillusioned" about Washington involved the surreptitious release of classified information, McClellan said Thursday.
A former White House colleague of Scott McClellan's challenged his assertion in his book that President Bush did not review all the facts before going to war in Iraq, saying, "I don't think he was in a position to know this."
In 2004, just after the release of Ron Suskind's "The Price of Loyalty," a critical account of former Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill's experiences in the Bush administration, Scott McClellan, then the administration spokesman, was asked what he thought of the work.
CNN's Tom Foreman looks back at some of the earlier "tell-all" insider books to emerge from the Bush presidency.
Ex-Ambassador Joe Wilson says Scott McClellan's claims show his wife Valerie Plame was a victim of the Bush administration.
Former White House spokesman Scott McClellan says top administration officials -- including President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney -- were involved in his "unknowingly" passing along false information about the leak of a CIA operative's identity.
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Scott McClellan officially gives up the White House podium Wednesday, but the outgoing press secretary will be back in the limelight next Tuesday as a guest on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno."
It wasn't the price of gasoline, Darfur or the rebuilding effort in New Orleans that preoccupied the White House press corps Thursday aboard a flight on Air Force One.
A shake-up in U.S. President George W. Bush's administration widened Wednesday as White House press secretary Scott McClellan announced his resignation and a senior administration official said longtime Bush confidant Karl Rove will no longer oversee policy development.
Kicking off his first full week as the White House chief of staff, Josh Bolten immediately told senior aides Monday to be prepared for more personnel changes in coming days to "refresh and re-energize" the Bush administration.
The White House on Wednesday reacted angrily to a report that President Bush had cited trailers suspected as biological weapons labs as proof of the presence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq after intelligence officials knew that the trailers were not part of a WMD program.
President Bush on Monday dismissed as "wild speculation" reports that his administration has considered nuclear strikes against sites in Iran to prevent the nation from building nuclear weapons.
A top Senate Republican called on President Bush on Sunday to tell Americans why the White House leaked intelligence to bolster the case for the Iraq war in 2003.
The White House on Friday rejected suggestions that President Bush contradicted himself by repeatedly railing against leaks of classified information even though he had approved the release of classified information to bolster the U.S. case for the Iraq war in 2003.
Presidential press secretary Scott McClellan and Treasury Secretary John Snow could be next in a shake-up in the Bush administration, according to White House and GOP sources.
Protesters took to the streets again Monday as a GOP-led Senate committee passed sweeping immigration legislation that sets up a contentious showdown with Republicans demanding a harder line.
European monitors and the United States have condemned the weekend presidential election in Belarus that saw President Alexander Lukashenko re-elected in a landslide, with the White House joining opposition calls for a new vote.
North Korea launched a pair of short-range missiles Wednesday, White House spokesman Scott McClellan said.
The White House said Wednesday that critics of a deal that would let a United Arab Emirates company manage six U.S. seaports are "misinformed," but conceded it should have consulted Congress earlier.
If the vice president shot a man in the forest, would we hear about it?
The fellow hunter who was shot and wounded by Vice President Dick Cheney has suffered a minor heart attack after a piece of birdshot migrated to his heart, a hospital spokesman said Tuesday.
The White House is defending its delay in disclosing Vice President Dick Cheney's weekend hunting accident, telling reporters Monday the focus was on making sure the man Cheney shot got medical attention.
President Bush will attempt to revive his presidency with an "upbeat" State of the Union address that stresses kitchen-table issues such as energy and health care, according to his spokesman.
The White House is dodging questions about Hurricane Katrina response and has instructed other agencies to join it in fending off investigators, Sen. Joseph Lieberman said on Tuesday. The White House denies the allegations.
As Senate Democrats pressed President Bush to act with "openness and accountability" when he responds to questions about dealings with Jack Abramoff, a White House spokesman Tuesday remained reticent about Bush's contacts with the embattled lobbyist.
A bomb that killed six civilians Monday near Baiji, Iraq, missed its target by 65 feet (20 meters) and hit the wrong home, military officials said.
One day after federal air marshals shot and killed an unarmed airplane passenger in Miami, Florida, the White House defended the marshals' actions.
The White House accused a senior House Democrat -- and a decorated Vietnam veteran -- who called for a swift withdrawal from Iraq of advocating surrender, comparing him to anti-war filmmaker Michael Moore.
U.S. President George W. Bush will unveil a national strategy for bird flu on Tuesday, in a bid to reduce the chance that an outbreak among people could become widespread, White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan said.
Harriet Miers won't ask President Bush to withdraw her nomination to the Supreme Court despite sharp criticism from some of Bush's conservative allies, White House press secretary Scott McClellan said Thursday.
President Bush suggested Wednesday that Harriet Miers' evangelical Christian beliefs were part of the reason he nominated her to the Supreme Court. But later a White House spokesman said her religion played no role in her selection.
White House officials will meet with representatives of the U.S. pharmaceutical industry Friday to encourage them to get involved in the manufacture of a flu vaccine amid fears of an avian flu pandemic, CNN has learned.
Setting up a possible veto showdown with the White House, the Senate voted overwhelmingly for an amendment to a Pentagon spending bill that sets standards for the treatment of prisoners in U.S. military custody.
President Bush said he wants to make it easier for the military to take charge after a disaster like Hurricane Katrina, but the White House acknowledged Monday the proposal raises "a lot of issues" that need resolution.
Fearing his visit might slow response efforts to Hurricane Rita, President Bush canceled plans Friday to visit search and rescue workers in San Antonio, Texas, the White House said.
President Bush will fly to Texas and Colorado on Friday to visit with emergency workers and U.S. Northern Command headquarters ahead of Hurricane Rita, the White House said Thursday.
Congress late Thursday approved $51.8 billion in emergency spending to pay for Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts -- an amount that sets aside roughly $1.4 billion a day for five weeks.
A Boy Scout National Jamboree marred by the deaths of four people weathered another blow Wednesday in Virginia when about 300 Scouts and adults suffered symptoms resulting from the 100-degree afternoon heat, a spokesman for the organization said.
President Bush said he was looking forward to another cycle ride after colliding with a British police officer during a pre-G8 summit ride Wednesday evening.
President Bush collided with a British police officer during a bike ride Wednesday evening, suffering scrapes on his hands and arms that required bandaging, White House spokesman Scott McClellan said.
The U.S. Capitol was briefly evacuated, and President George W. Bush temporarily relocated, after a twin-engine plane strayed into restricted airspace around Washington Wednesday evening, authorities said.
The Republican congressman who pushed for "french fries" to be renamed "freedom fries" joined a bipartisan group of House members Thursday to call on President Bush to begin plans for a U.S. withdrawal from Iraq.
Newsweek magazine said Tuesday it would review its sourcing policies and reporting methods a day after it retracted a May 9 story on alleged desecration of the Quran at the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Claims in a recently uncovered British memo that intelligence was "being fixed" to support the Iraq war as early as mid-2002 are "flat out wrong," White House press secretary Scott McClellan said Monday.
A secret memo made public just before this month's elections in Britain, is leading to more pointed questions about the rationale for the Iraq war.
Authorities will investigate decisions made by officials when a small airplane strayed into restricted airspace over Washington, the White House said Thursday, including why President Bush was not informed about the incident until it was over.
The alerts came suddenly and almost simultaneously.
The alert level at the White House was raised three levels to "red" at midday Wednesday as an unidentified Cessna aircraft came within three miles of the executive mansion, White House spokesman Scott McClellan said..
The White House blasted Senate Democrats on Wednesday for delaying a vote on President Bush's choice for U.N. ambassador, saying nominee John Bolton was the victim of trumped-up complaints about his treatment of subordinates.
The Bush administration would have preferred a "different ruling" than a federal judge's decision Tuesday rejecting a request to restore a feeding tube for Terri Schiavo, White House spokesman Scott McClellan said.
President Bush is moving closer to to offering Iran economic incentives in exchange for promises to abandon any possible nuclear weapons program, the White House said Monday.
President Bush will use his State of the Union speech to argue for a swift overhaul of Social Security, the White House said Tuesday, but the top Senate Democrat called the idea a non-starter.
NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Social Security reform will be a focal point of President Bush's State of the Union address Wednesday.
The White House dismissed as a "non-story" a report in The New York Times on Thursday that said the Bush administration tried to weaken restrictions governing "extreme interrogation" techniques.
U.S. inspectors have ended their search for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq in recent weeks, a U.S. intelligence official told CNN.
Election officials declared Mahmoud Abbas the winner of the Palestinian Authority's presidential elections on Monday, positioning him to succeed Yasser Arafat in a new era that could lead to an independent Palestinian state.
President Bush personally contributed $10,000 toward tsunami disaster relief, the White House announced Wednesday.
The governor of Baghdad province was assassinated Tuesday morning in the Iraqi capital, an Iraq Interior Ministry official said.
Citing a "renewed opportunity for peace" in the Middle East, the Bush administration said Wednesday it will give $20 million directly to the Palestinian Authority.
Some 380 tons of explosives powerful enough to detonate nuclear warheads are missing from a former Iraqi military facility that was supposed to be under American control, the U.N.'s nuclear watchdog agency says.
In response to recommendations by the 9/11 panel, President Bush signed executive orders Friday that sources say strengthen the hand of the CIA director and create a national counterrorism center.
Intelligence found in Pakistan suggests that suspected al Qaeda operatives in that country contacted an individual or individuals in the United States in the past few months, according to two senior U.S. government sources.
The Bush administration's annual financial disclosure forms were released Tuesday, showing modest investments by some staffers and voluminous holdings by others.
A White House memo instructs government agencies to consider possible budget reductions in 2006, and Democrats -- who distributed the document -- asserted cuts in various education, environmental and veterans programs could be expected.
President Bush is expected to outline how the U.S.-led coalition occupying Iraq will hand over power to a new Iraqi government when he speaks Monday night at the Army War College.
Video posted on an al Qaeda-linked Web site of the beheading of a U.S. civilian in Iraq has prompted outrage around the world.
President Bush stood beside his embattled defense secretary Monday, praising Donald Rumsfeld for "courageously leading our nation in the war against terror."
Moving to quell the furor over the abuse of prisoners at a U.S.-run prison in Iraq, President Bush told the Arab world on Wednesday that he was "appalled" by what happened and vowed to bring those responsible to justice.
Facing anger at home and abroad, the Bush administration is moving aggressively to signal it is taking seriously the abuse of Iraqi prisoners detailed in an internal military report.
The fallout from photographs showing Iraqi prisoners being degraded and humiliated at Baghdad's Abu Ghraib prison included finger-pointing, denials of responsibility and the formal reprimand of six American soldiers Monday.
Photographs showing the apparent abuse of Iraqi prisoners by both American and British troops have been greeted with shock and outrage worldwide.
The vice chairman of the commission investigating the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks said the panel on Thursday learned new information in the more than three hour discussion with President Bush and Vice President Cheney.
President Bush "will tell exactly how it happened" when he meets privately Thursday with the independent commission investigating the terrorist attacks of September, 11, 2001, a White House spokesman said Tuesday.
Sen. John Kerry will speak at the same college where Vice President Dick Cheney delivered a blistering speech about the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, a senior Kerry adviser told CNN.
The White House and a top Saudi official denied Monday a report of a deal to lower gasoline prices before the November presidential election.
The White House is considering the creation of a powerful new post to oversee all of the nation's intelligence agencies, Bush administration officials said Friday.
U.S. officials have reacted with revulsion to the public display of the charred, mutilated bodies of four American civilians shot dead in the Iraqi city of Fallujah.
For the price of a first-class airplane ticket, a U.S. president can practically turn Air Force One into his own private re-election express.
President Bush will mark the one-year anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq with a high-profile speech on Friday touting the coalition's accomplishments there before broadening into a review of global progress in the war against terror, administration officials said.
White House press secretary Scott McClellan challenged Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry on Monday to identify world leaders the senator has said were rooting for him in November.
This week, a new pressure group demonstrated its clout -- and got the White House to change its position.
A Maryland woman accused of working as an Iraqi agent took a job with a California congresswoman just days after allegedly consorting with Iraqi intelligence agents in Baghdad, according to an indictment unsealed Thursday.
Showing a new flexibility, the Bush administration indicated Tuesday that the president is willing to sit for more than one hour of questioning when he meets with a federal commission investigating the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
President Bush on Friday announced he will nominate FDA Commissioner Mark McClellan to head the agency that oversees the Medicare and Medicaid programs, including the implementation of the new prescription drug benefit, administration sources told CNN.
The White House released a military dental examination record for President Bush, claiming the document proves the president was at the base where he was to carry out his service in the Air National Guard.
In a joint session Thursday, the Massachusetts Legislature voted down the third attempt in two days to produce a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage and immediately began debating another measure on the same issue.
The deadly attack Tuesday on a police station south of Baghdad does not indicate the U.S. military is losing ground against terrorists, the nation's highest military officer said.
The White House released payroll records Tuesday it said demonstrate that President Bush fulfilled his obligations to the Texas Air National Guard in the early 1970s, hoping to defuse lingering election-year questions about the president's service.
President Bush said Monday he would appoint a presidential commission to review U.S. intelligence on the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.