Articles by Deb Riechmann



Bush to Share Iraq Ideas With Brown

  • 16 June 08
  • The Associated Press
The two leaders will also discuss Mideast peace, trade and Northern Ireland.

Putin and Bush See Eye to Eye on Iran

  • 03 July 07
  • The Associated Press
Presidents George W. Bush and Vladimir Putin projected a unified front Monday against Iran's suspected nuclear weapons program.

Scandal May Hurt U.S. Colombia Aid

  • 12 March 07
  • The Associated Press
A political scandal involving Colombian President Alvaro Uribe is making it difficult for U.S. President George W. Bush to convince Congress that one of his closest allies in Latin America deserves the largest slice of U.S. aid to the region.

Bush Calls for New Iraq Course

  • 08 December 06
  • The Associated Press
The president says he will consider the Baker-Hamilton report along with others being drafted.

Bush Impugns Reports on Military Strikes Against Iran

  • 12 April 06
  • The Associated Press
President George W. Bush dismissed as ""wild speculation"" reports that his administration was planning a military strike against Iran's nuclear facilities.

Bush Reasserts Policy of Pre-Emption

  • 17 March 06
  • The Associated Press
In a 49-page report, the U.S. president cites Iran as possibly the biggest challenge for his country.

Bush Addresses Critics on Strategy for Iraq War

  • 01 December 05
  • The Associated Press
U.S. President George W. Bush, facing growing doubts about his war strategy, said Wednesday that Iraqi troops were increasingly taking the lead in battle but that ""this will take time and patience.""

Bush Names Supreme Court Choice

  • 04 October 05
  • The Associated Press
Harriet Miers has worked as Bush's personal lawyer and White House counsel but has never served as a judge.

Bush Pledges He'll Fight for Freedom

  • 21 January 05
  • The Associated Press
George W. Bush swore the U.S. presidential oath for a second term in turbulent times Thursday and issued a sweeping pledge to spread liberty and freedom ""to the darkest corners of the world.""

Bush and Kerry Pin Hopes on a Clear Victory

  • 02 November 04
  • The Associated Press
U.S. President George W. Bush and Democratic challenger John Kerry swung into the frenzied final stretch of campaigning Monday, Bush appearing at dawn in the Midwest and Kerry stumping in Florida for the top prize in a presidential election still too close to call.

Bush to Order Iraq Commission

  • 03 February 04
  • The Associated Press
U.S. President George W. Bush will sign an executive order to open an investigation into intelligence failures in Iraq, his way of quieting mounting election-year criticism from Republicans and Democrats alike.

Afghanistan Confounded Soviets

  • 30 October 01
  • The Associated Press
Six years into its war in Afghanistan the USSR was still confounded by the conditions of the nation.

Clinton’s Policy on Moscow Attacked

  • 21 September 00
  • The Associated Press
The White House is disputing a report that its administration turned a blind eye to corruption in Russia.

Democrats Riled by Report on Russia Policy

  • 20 September 00
  • The Associated Press
U.S. Democrats are protesting a report criticizing Bill Clinton's handling of U.S.-Russian relations.

Nixon Tapes Go On Sale In January

On Eve of JFK Killing, Soviets Got Odd Letter