Articles by William C. Mann

U.S. to Spend Millions in Belarus

  • 09 February 06
  • The Associated Press
The United States is spending millions of dollars to ensure the voting in Belarus' presidential election next month is free and fair, the State Department said.

Senators Tell Bush to Talk Tough in Slovakia

  • 21 February 05
  • The Associated Press
U.S. President George W. Bush should be tough with President Vladimir Putin when they meet Thursday to put an end to ""Russia's recent and dramatic backsliding with regard to democracy and the rule of law,"" Senate leaders of Bush's Republican Party said.

Bush Team Retaliates Over War Allegations

  • 30 September 03
  • The Associated Press
The Bush administration has disputed assertions by leaders of the House Intelligence Committee that the United States went to war in Iraq on the basis of outdated and vague intelligence.

White House Supports Embattled SEC Chief

  • 05 November 02
  • The Associated Press
The White House stepped up its support Sunday for embattled SEC chairman Harvey Pitt as top presidential aides said Pitt has amassed a sterling record of fines and sanctions in the battle against corporate corruption.

Bush Eyes Dialogue Not War With Korea

  • 22 October 02
  • The Associated Press
Fighting nuclear proliferation on two fronts, U.S. President George W. Bush's administration said Sunday that military action -- like that being contemplated against Iraq -- would not remedy North Korea's violation of a U.S. agreement to dismantle its weapons program.

NATO Mistakes Strain Alliance