- BigPond NewsAug 02 01:50 PM
A parliamentary committee looking into the health impacts of wind farms is due to release its final report.
- ABC News via Yahoo! NewsJul 08 05:10 PM
Former President George W. Bush charged $100,000 to speak at a charity fundraiser for U.S. military veterans severely wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan, and former First Lady Laura Bush collected $50,000 to appear a year earlier, officials of the Texas-based Helping a Hero charity confirmed to ABC News. “I think it's a valid question for the former President,” he said.
- ABC NewsJul 08 10:24 AM
???It???s not right,??? says wounded Marine hero.
- Business Insider via Yahoo! FinanceJul 04 09:05 AM
Back in 2000, just before George W. Bush became president, the CIA published a 70-page report on...
- CNNJul 09 12:47 PM
Former President George W. Bush is under fire for charging $100,000 to speak to a group of veterans wounded in a pair of wars he started when he was in office, just the latest front in a political battle over speaking fees that has hit both sides of the aisle.
- U.S.News & World Report via Yahoo! NewsJul 28 03:00 AM
President Barack Obama today becomes the first sitting president to address the African Union, a symbolic milestone that would suggest an administration that has been focused on engaging the continent and pursuing strategic policies to promote growth and development, encourage good governance and end conflict. But with only 17 months remaining in his term, Obama has yet to achieve any real ...
- CNN.comJul 09 06:48 AM
Former President George W. Bush is under fire for charging $100,000 to speak to a group of veterans wounded in a pair of wars he started when he was in office.
- MSN MoneyJul 17 07:23 AM
Jeb Bush’s campaign disclosed Wednesday donations from pipeline magnate Richard Kinder, “Dallas” heir Ray Lee Hunt, Hilcorp Energy Co. founder Jeffery Hildebrand, fracking billionaire Trevor Rees-Jones, and investing tycoon T. Boone Pickens. Each gave the individual maximum of $2,700 last quarter.
- Daily MirrorJul 21 08:39 AM
Iraq Inquiry chairman Sir John Chilcot has “repeatedly” snubbed offers of help aimed at speeding-up his long-delayed report, it was revealed today. The probe chief - who's being paid £790 a day - was reported to have turned down one offer of more staff earlier this month.
- National PostJul 12 01:30 PM
The former U.S. president charged the group $100,000 for a speech and $20,000 to fly in a private jet
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