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A battle raged in a strategically located Libyan city Saturday as state television showed a fist-pumping Moammar Gadhafi visiting a school, his first public appearance in days.

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Ex-U.S. lawmaker still waiting for Gadhafi meetingupdated: Thu Apr 07 2011 19:25:00

Curt Weldon, the former U.S. congressman who intends to meet with Moammar Gadhafi and persuade him to step aside, told CNN on Thursday he hasn't yet but still hopes to sit down with Libya's defiant strongman.

Former lawmaker in Tripoli to 'persuade' Gadhafiupdated: Wed Apr 06 2011 18:53:00

The former U.S. lawmaker invited to Libya by Col. Moammar Gadhafi still had not met with the embattled Libyan leader as Wednesday turned into Thursday there, and it was unclear when the expected meeting would take place.

Analysts: Discontent over Iraq may favor Demsupdated: Mon Nov 06 2006 07:42:00

Democrats began the 2006 election cycle hoping to capitalize on Americans' discontent with the Iraq war. Heading into Election Day, the minority party continued to play on this dissatisfaction.

Iraq helps election winds favor Democrats, analysts sayupdated: Fri Nov 03 2006 20:11:00

Democrats began the 2006 election cycle hoping to capitalize on Americans' discontent with the Iraq war. Heading into the closing hours before the midterm elections, the minority party continues to play on this dissatisfaction.

Commentary: Positive energy in Washingtonupdated: Thu Apr 27 2006 10:42:00

Because this broadcast focuses intensely on the issues that matter most to working and middle-class men and women, I am often critical of both political parties and both houses of Congress and this administration.

GOP's 'Declaration of Independence'updated: Fri Feb 24 2006 11:24:00

Republicans in Congress have had their differences with President Bush before.

Congressman subpoenaed for 9/11 trialupdated: Thu Feb 02 2006 13:33:00

Attorneys for al Qaeda conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui have subpoenaed Pennsylvania Congressman Curt Weldon to testify at a trial that will determine whether Moussaoui should be executed.

Rep. Weldon's letter to Secretary Rumsfeldupdated: Wed Nov 16 2005 15:24:00

Rep. Curt Weldon, R-Pennsylvania, has demanded in a letter to Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld that testimony before Congress be allowed of an intelligence officer who says he told the FBI of September 11 terrorists a year before the attacks. Already about 150 members of Congress from both political parties have signed the letter. As Weldon said on "Lou Dobbs Tonight," "The American people need to know the facts." Below is Rep. Weldon's letter to Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld:

Weldon on Able Dangerupdated: Wed Nov 16 2005 15:06:00

Congressman Curt Weldon, R-Pennsylvania, says a military intelligence unit called Able Danger identified four September 11 hijackers in 2000, more than a year before those attacks.

Pentagon can't verify Able Danger claimupdated: Mon Aug 22 2005 18:20:00

The Pentagon has so far been unable to validate a claim that a secret military intelligence unit identified four September 11 hijackers as al Qaeda members a year before the 2001 attacks, a spokesman said Monday.

Was Mohammed Atta overlooked?updated: Mon Aug 22 2005 11:11:00

That question has recently been buzzing around Washington, but now the chairman of the defunct 9/11 commission has lashed out at the Bush Administration for failing to address publicly claims that the panel ignored a tip that Atta had been flagged in the U.S. as a terrorist well before he led the 2001 attacks.

Officer: 9/11 panel didn't receive key informationupdated: Wed Aug 17 2005 02:16:00

A former member of a classified Pentagon intelligence unit told CNN on Wednesday that information he tried to provide to the commission investigating the September 11, 2001, attacks never made it to the panel's members.

U.S. team: N. Korea ready to talkupdated: Fri Jan 14 2005 04:50:00

A U.S. Congressional team sent to the Korean peninsula says Pyongyang is ready to rejoin six-party talks on its secretive nuclear program.

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