The conservative group Citizens United appeared in federal court today to try and force the U.S. State Department to turn over detailed records about Rajiv Fernando, a major donor to the Clinton Foundation who was given a position on a sensitive government intelligence advisory board when Hillary
Newly released State Department emails help reveal how a major Clinton Foundation donor was placed on a sensitive government intelligence advisory board even though he had no obvious experience in the field, a decision that appeared to baffle the department’s professional staff. The emails further
EDWARDS, Calif. — Next time you’re up in the sky sipping your drink, you might raise a toast to the people who toil to make flying safer. Meriden, Kansas, native Daniel Goodrick is one of them. His route to becoming an engineer for NASA...
For one of President Obama's top fundraisers, the appointment last year to an elite group of State Department security advisors appeared to be an odd fit. Rajiv Fernando, a Chicago securities trader, has never touted any international security credentials, yet he was appointed alongside an august
Chris Hitchens says forget Scott McClellan's book, the book about the Iraq war that should be read is Douglas Feith's War and Decision: Inside the Pentagon at the Dawn of the War on Terrorism: "As undersecretary of defense for policy,...
As pressure builds on the Bush administration to withdraw from Iraq, few Americans have more at stake than the families of the nearly 3,000 American troops who have died there. Leaders in the incoming Congress, to be controlled by Democrats, are calling for hearings into an exit strategy from Iraq.
Hello I'm Bill Weir and ABC news headquarters in New York this is the world news webcast and Taina Hernandez has the latest headlines. President Bush meets today with his strongest ally in the war in Iraq Mr. Bush and British prime minister Tony Blair will discuss Iraq policy. At the White House
Coming up on world news the president's historic trip to the Middle East and our future in Iraq the critical need. Charles Gibson is right there right history is made. When it matters most America turns to ABC's World News with Charles Gibson reporting from the Middle East. Three screen. Are coming
Democrats got elected promising to change course in Iraq. And we'll get their first chance to try to do that shortly after the new year when the new congress is sworn in. And the White House submits its annual request to pay for the war. Incoming democratic leaders have signaled that they won't try
Good day I'm Charles Gibson and ABC news headquarters in new York and I welcome to the world news webcast. And we Begin with some of the day's headlines this afternoon Virginia senator George Allen conceded his race. Against democratic challenger James officially giving Democrats control of the