Articles by Pete Yost

A Tale of Wireless Transmissions, Invisible Ink

  • 30 June 10
  • The Associated Press
An assistant U.S. attorney, speaking in federal court in Manhattan, called the allegations against 10 people living in the northeastern United States "the tip of the iceberg" of a conspiracy of Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service to collect inside U.S. information.

New York Times Reporter Jailed

  • 08 July 05
  • The Associated Press
Judith Miller refuses to reveal her source in a case involving a CIA leak.

Bush: Memo Did Not Tell of Attack on U.S.

  • 13 April 04
  • The Associated Press
Now that it is public, a pre-Sept. 11 briefing memo on al-Qaida has U.S. President George W. Bush and his critics giving opposing versions of whether he should have acted more aggressively to avert the terrorist attacks.

Rice Gets Go-Ahead to Testify About 9/11

  • 31 March 04
  • The Associated Press
Bowing to pressure, the White House will allow U.S. National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice to testify in public under oath before the commission investigating the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

Rice Will Not Testify at 9/11 Commission

  • 30 March 04
  • The Associated Press
National security adviser Condoleezza Rice is waging a vigorous defense of her actions in every public forum except one: the Sept. 11 commission, where she would be questioned about the government's failure to prevent the terrorist attacks.

Enron Drew $1.2Bln in Government Loans

  • 26 February 02
  • The Associated Press
As Enron Corp. reached for markets overseas, power plants it helped build from Guatemala to India received $1.2 billion in government-backed loans from two U.S. agencies.

Enron Auditor Fired, Becomes Key Witness

  • 17 January 02
  • The Associated Press
An auditor was fired by his accounting firm for allegedly leading an effort to destroy documents in the Enron case and is now cooperating with congressional investigators, his attorneys said.

FBI Hunts 392 People in Investigation

  • 26 September 01
  • The Associated Press
The FBI is seeking nearly 400 people for questioning in the terrorist attacks probe while federal prosecutors build a criminal case.

Clinton Admits Improper Relationship

McDougal Sentenced To 3 Years for Felonies

Whitewater Departure Seen As Positive for White House

Whitewater Report Hits At Clinton Officials

First Lady 'Happy' to Face Grand Jury

First Lady 'Happy' to Face Grand Jury

First Whitewater Hearing Marked by Partisan Split