BUSH FORMS COMMISSION TO LOOK INTO INTELLIGENCE FAILURES
President George Bush announces the formation of an intelligence commission during a news conference at the White House on February 6, 2004 to investigate possible U.S. intelligence failures. Retired federal judge Laurence Silberman, a Republican, right, is one of the people to head the panel. (UPI Photo/Michael Kleinfeld)
A U.S. appeals court panel in Washington Tuesday ruled 2-1 to uphold the core provision of President Obama's healthcare law.
Two doctors, a general, a judge, a university president and the family of a Holocaust survivor-turned-U.S. congressman received U.S. Medals of Freedom Thursday.
The White House announced Wednesday the six Americans U.S. President George W. Bush will honor with the Presidential Medal of Freedom next week.
The daily intelligence briefing given the president is too vague and of little value, the authors of the latest report on intelligence failures say.
President Bush's commission on intelligence has said the director of national intelligence should take action against those responsible for pre-war failures.
A commission looking into U.S. intelligence capabilities regarding unconventional weapons threats has put together a report rapping efforts to face the dangers.
President Bush Friday created a commission, to be led by a former U.S. senator and a retired federal judge, to study prewar intelligence on Iraq.
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