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DeLay Under Fire
Susan Ferrechio of Congressional Quarterly discussed the recent accusations against Congressman Tom DeLay.

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Politics: Congress
Charles Babington, Washington Post Congressional Editor, joins us to discuss the latest issues in Congress.

Monday, April 18 at 11 a.m. ET.
Politics: Congress
Charles Babington, Washington Post Congressional Editor, joins us to discuss the latest issues in Congress.

Monday, April 18 at 11am ET
Politics: Congress


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White House Talk
White House Briefing columnist Dan Froomkin takes your questions on the latest White House coverage.

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White House Insider
Washington Post staff writer Jim VandeHei took your questions on the Bush White House and the administration.

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Talking Points Live
washingtonpost.com Chief Political Correspondent Terry Neal took your questions on the latest political news.

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Media Backtalk
Post media columnist Howard Kurtz discusses the press.

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Federal Diary Live
J. Ward Morrow, assistant general counsel for the American Federation of Government Employees, joined Stephen Barr to took your questions about the new National Security Personnel System.

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White House Talk
White House Briefing columnist Dan Froomkin took your questions on the latest White House coverage.

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