The White House today said that politicians who promise a quick fix to mitigate gas price increases are being misleading.
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President Bush will call on Congress this morning to approve offshore drilling for oil in states such as Florida and California.
Vice President Cheney today said he regrets "not getting [Osama] bin Laden," but nothing else, looking back on his nearly eight years in the White House.
President Bush was asked in an interview with France 3 TV whether he believes the U.S. will still be the world's greatest superpower in 10 years.
The nomination of Democratic Sen. Barack Obama is "good for our democracy," President Bush said Friday.
I ran into Rep. Patrick Kennedy this morning at Union Station while waiting in the cab line. Toting a backpack and one piece of luggage, and with a water bottle stuck in his left suit coat pocket, the Rhode Island Democrat said his father was walking around three times a day following his brain surgery on Monday.
Former White House spokesman Scott McClellan went on "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" last night.
President Bush's former top advisers reappeared out of retirement this week to pour contempt on their former colleague, Scott McClellan, in response to his criticisms of the administration.
The White House this morning said their “central objection” to Scott McClellan’s new book is that the former press secretary says President Bush “misled” the U.S. into war in Iraq.
President Bush goes west today for a three-day, two-night swing through five states, highlighted by three fundraisers for Sen. John McCain, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.
UPDATE — 12:20 P.M. — President Bush said that he is skeptical of Cuban dictator Raul...