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President Bush made an impassioned defense of his proposed rules for the interrogation and prosecution of terrorism suspects. (New York Times — 16 September, 2006)
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The president made it clear that he is not abandoning the main pillars of his anti-terrorism agenda despite opposition by key Republican senators. (New York Times — 16 September, 2006)
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Bush Says G.O.P. Rebels Are Putting Nation at Risk
Bush Says G.O.P. Rebels Are Putting Nation at Risk

The Bush administration and three prominent Republican senators opposing its detainee proposal gave signs of seeking compromise today. (New York Times — 18 September, 2006)
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The White House has dropped its insistence on redefining the obligations of the United States under the Geneva Conventions, members of Congress said. (New York Times — 20 hours ago)
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The White House told lawmakers it would send Congress a revised proposal late Monday for dealing with terrorism suspects as the number of GOP senators publicly opposing President Bush’s initial plan continued to grow. [!] (MSNBC — 19 September, 2006)
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President Bush�s national security adviser is negotiating with the senators who oppose permitting extreme interrogation techniques. (New York Times — 18 September, 2006)
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The White House and maverick Senate Republicans have begun a fresh round of talks over how to handle the nation’s most dangerous terrorism suspects, resuscitating Republican hopes for approving a key piece of the president’s anti-terror agenda before the November elections. (International Herald Tribune — 19 September, 2006)
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President Bush yesterday announced the transfer of the last 14 suspected terrorists held by the CIA at secret foreign prisons to the military detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and said he wants to try them before U.S. military panels under proposed new rules he simultaneously sent to… (Washington Post — 58 minutes ago)
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President Bush warned on Friday that a CIA interrogation program for terror suspects is in jeopardy unless Congress approves his proposals seeking to reinterpret America’s application of the Geneva Conventions. (CNN — 16 September, 2006)
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Sen. John McCain’s bid to position himself as the natural heir to President Bush as a wartime commander in chief and to court conservative leaders in advance of his likely 2008 presidential campaign has threatened to run aground in recent days, as the two men clash over how to detain and try… (Washington Post — 20 hours ago)
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