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The Bush-Cheney Legacy

Video Quickfire
[Quick Fire with Bart Gellman]

On the Issues

The Post's Barton Gellman assesses Dick Cheney's impact as vice president.
Video Discussion

Your Take

Eugene Robinson asks: How will President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney be remembered?
Roundtable (Tim Sloan/AP)
Roundtable: Woodward, Gellman on Bush Legacy
The Post's Eugene Robinson, Bob Woodward and Barton Gellman weigh the successes and failures of George W. Bush's presidency during a roundtable discussion. Watch the video »
Bush in Photos
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From Texas to Washington
A look back at George W. Bush's life, from his East Coast and Texas roots to his eventual rise to office.
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Bush Abroad
Presidential visits to nearly 70 different countries included stops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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The Chief Executive
The Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks left an indelible mark on the Bush presidency.
News and Opinions
COLUMNS
[Dan Froomkin: The Verdict Is In]
Dan Froomkin: President Bush famously asserts that history's verdict on his presidency won't come until he's long dead. But the verdict is largely in before he's even left the building.
Live Discussion
1 p.m.
Friday: Join Washington Post reporter Dana Milbank for an online discussion of the Bush legacy.
HEADLINES
Special Reports
EXCERPTS: The War Within
[Bob Woodward: The War Within]
» By Bob Woodward | The inside story of how President Bush's team dealt with its failing Iraq strategy.
EXCERPTS: ANGLER
[Angler: The Cheney Vice Presidency]
» By Barton Gellman | Examining Dick Cheney's largely hidden and little-understood role.
Archives
In Depth
[Remembering Sept. 11]
Full coverage of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon.
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Washington Post-ABC News polls show a steady decline in President Bush's popularity.
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