Confessed al Qaeda conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui told prosecutors days before his death-penalty trial that he would “testify against himself” if he could have better jail accommodations before he is executed, an FBI agent testified Tuesday.
Supreme Court justices appeared troubled Tuesday by President Bush’s plans to hold war-crimes trials for foreigners held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
The House Republican who oversees the Internal Revenue Service budget wants to know more about a proposal to change privacy rules governing tax preparers who handle taxpayers’ personal information.
President Bush has come under increasing pressure from within his own party to shake up his White House staff in an effort to revitalize his troubled presidency. His naming of budget director Josh Bolten to replace Andrew Card as chief of staff was greeted by Republicans as a step in that direction.