A war opponent's chance encounter with then-Vice President Dick Cheney -- which triggered an arrest and a lawsuit -- saw his appeal rejected by the Supreme Court Monday
Former Vice President Dick Cheney has been released from a Virginia hospital 10 days after undergoing a heart transplant, his office said Tuesday.
CNN's Brian Todd looks at Dick Cheney's heart transplant and speaks to a doctor and another patient who's waiting for one.
Elizabeth Cohen reports on former Vice President Dick Cheney's heart transplant after 20 months on the waiting list.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney was recovering Saturday evening after undergoing heart transplant surgery, his office said.
Former vice president Dick Cheney tells Erin Burnett the president failed to protect American interests in the downed drone.
The Supreme Court will debate the balance between free speech and security concerns of top government officials in a case involving a war opponent's chance encounter with then-Vice President Dick Cheney.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney discusses the death of Anwar al-Awlaki and his dispute with the Obama administration.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney praised the Obama administration Sunday for using a drone strike to kill American-born Muslim cleric Anwar al-Awlaki, but said President Barack Obama should now reverse past criticism of former President George W. Bush's actions against suspected terrorists.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney said Sunday he supports the Obama administration's decision to repeal the "don't ask, don't tell" policy banning gays and lesbians from serving openly in the military -- a move that was staunchly opposed by most top Republicans.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney says he agrees with President Obama's decision to repeal "don't ask, don't tell."
Former Vice President Dick Cheney talks with with CNN's John King about what he calls "flawed intelligence."
Former Vice President Dick Cheney said Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is a good friend and U.S. ally, but declined to predict whether the embattled leader would heed protesters' calls to step down.
Charges of bribery against former U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney and Halliburton by Nigeria's anti-corruption police may be dropped after an agreement to pay a $250 million fine.
Nigerian investigators say they have filed charges against former U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney and others connected to the energy services company Halliburton, accusing them of paying bribes to secure a lucrative natural gas project in the 1990s.
Politics is serious business -- but not all of the time. From the halls of Congress to the campaign trail, there's always something that gets a laugh. Here are some of the things you might have missed.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney was released from a Virginia hospital Monday following surgery last month to implant a small pump in his heart, according to a statement from his office.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney recently underwent heart surgery and is recovering in a Virginia hospital, said a statement issued by Cheney on Wednesday.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney was released Monday from a Washington hospital, according to a spokesman for the former vice president.
The cause for former Vice President Dick Cheney's hospitalization is related to his recurring heart trouble, a family friend of Cheney's told CNN Sunday.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta examines what type of treatment former Vice President Dick Cheney may be given.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney was released Wednesday from a Washington hospital after suffering a mild heart attack, a spokesman said.
A fifth heart attack, such as the one suffered this week by former Vice President Dick Cheney, is not rare because of advances in modern medicine, cardiologists say.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney suffered a mild heart attack Monday when he complained of chest pains and was hospitalized, his office said Tuesday.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney was hospitalized Monday with chest pains, according to his office.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney was admitted to George Washington University Hospital, with reports of chest pains.
Vice President Joe Biden and his predecessor Dick Cheney sparred Sunday over terrorism and the Iraq war, duking it out on the most prominent of platforms: the political TV talk show.
The White House responded forcefully Wednesday to former Vice President Dick Cheney's criticism of President Obama's response to the botched terror attack on Christmas Day.
"Transparency like you've never seen it before," the White House calls it.
Former vice president Dick Cheney told a special prosecutor in 2004 that he had no idea who leaked the identity of CIA agent Valerie Plame, according to newly released FBI documents.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney had his facts wrong when he blasted Attorney General Eric Holder last week for launching an investigation into past CIA interrogation techniques, an administration official asserted Monday.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney on Sunday said his claim that enhanced interrogation techniques -- including waterboarding -- produced critical post-9/11 information was supported by a pair of intelligence reports released last week.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney said in an interview broadcast Sunday that the Justice Department's decision to review waterboarding and other enhanced interrogation techniques is politically motivated.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney says documents released Monday support his view that harsh interrogation techniques used on terrorism suspects prevented attacks and yielded crucial information about al Qaeda.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney is getting a "bum rap" over reports that he ordered the CIA to withhold information about a secret counterterrorism program from Congress, two former U.S. intelligence officials told CNN Monday.
HLN hears 'Your Views' on Dick Cheney keeping Congress in the dark for eight years about a secret CIA program.
Sen. Carl Levin, chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, says former Vice President Dick Cheney's claims -- that classified CIA memos show enhanced interrogation techniques like waterboarding worked -- are wrong.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney says President Obama's plans for Guantanamo are flawed.
President Obama and former Vice President Dick Cheney offered competing views on how to keep America safe in back-to-back speeches Thursday.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney weighs in on national security.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney Thursday said the Bush administration's "enhanced" interrogations of al Qaeda prisoners, saved "thousands, perhaps hundreds of thousands" of lives.
As Dick Cheney prepares to give a major speech on the battle against terrorism, a new national poll suggests that favorable opinions of the former vice president are on the rise.
The CIA has rejected former Vice President Dick Cheney's request to declassify records of abusive interrogations of suspected terrorists, a spokesman for the spy agency said Thursday.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney is back on the attack. CNN's Jim Acosta reports.
Far from a secure, undisclosed location, former Vice President Dick Cheney is out in the open and increasing his criticism on the Obama administration and even fellow Republicans.
It's time for the Republican Party to tell former Vice President Dick Cheney to put a sock in it.
No one's enthusiastic about torture, but Dick Cheney is back in the news, talking-up some pretty tough stuff.
Top Bush administration officials gave the CIA approval to use waterboarding, a controversial interrogation technique, as early as 2002, a Senate intelligence report shows.
Vice President Joe Biden brushed aside recent criticism by predecessor Dick Cheney that moves by the Obama administration had put the United States at risk, telling CNN on Tuesday that the former vice president was "dead wrong."
Dick Cheney has finally found the limits of government power.
White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs launched a sarcastic barb at former Vice President Dick Cheney on Monday, but then the Obama administration spokesman pulled back a bit as he acknowledged the "seriousness" of the subject -- terrorism.
Robert Gibbs takes a swipe at former VP Cheney during a CNN interview about making the country less safe.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney on Sunday defended the Bush administration's economic record, the invasion of Iraq and the treatment of suspected terrorists, warning that reversing its anti-terrorism policies endangers Americans.
Vice President Dick Cheney must preserve a broad range of records from his time in office, a federal judge ordered Saturday, ruling in favor of a private watchdog group.
Former President George Bush should have pardoned Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Dick Cheney said after stepping down as vice president this week.
A new national poll suggests that almost a quarter of Americans think that Dick Cheney is the worst vice president in American history.
In his first TV interview since the presidential election, Vice President Dick Cheney once again staunchly defended the Bush administration's record in the war on terror and, more specifically, the decision to go to war in Iraq.
President Bush hosts key members of his team for a goodbye dinner. CNN's Ed Henry reports.
Vice President Dick Cheney and former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales have been indicted on separate charges related to alleged prisoner abuse in federal detention centers, Willacy County, Texas, District Attorney Juan Angel Guerra told CNN Tuesday.
A procedure to restore Vice President Dick Cheney's heart to a normal rhythm went "smoothly and without complication," his spokeswoman said Wednesday.
Vice President Dick Cheney experienced an abnormal heart rhythm and canceled his campaign event in Illinois
Barton Gellman explores Dick Cheney's reign as the most powerful vice-president in American history
The Vice President vows support and money, but his mission is to keep oil and gas from the Caucasus flowing to the West
Vice President Dick Cheney reiterated U.S. support for Georgia on the opening day of a tour of three former Soviet republics.
President Bush, Vice President Cheney and prominent governors decided on Sunday to skip the Republican National Convention
Vice President Dick Cheney defended the Bush administration's record on prisoner interrogations, telling a veterans' group that its use of "alternative" techniques against suspects was legal and proper.
Vice President Dick Cheney will travel to Georgia next week as part of a broader visit to "key partners" in Europe and Asia, the White House said Monday.
President Bush is dispatching Vice President Cheney to Georgia, setting up a high-ranking diplomatic mission to an ally reeling from a short, intense war
One of the great dilemmas of modern romance is computer or Internet dating. Put in all the qualities you think you want in a future mate or date and out pops "Mr. or Ms. Whoever!" More often than not, it turns into a big disappointment. Picking vice presidents has also become a form of computer dating.
Vice President Cheney will be a no-show at the Republican convention in Minnesota, Republican officials said, citing a desire by Sen. John McCain's campaign to turn the page on the Bush-Cheney years.
Three decades ago, in a bleak stretch of the 1970s, an economic phenomenon emerged that was as ugly as its name: stagflation. It was the sound of the world hitting a wall, a combination of no growth and inflation. It created an existential crisis for the global economy, leading many to argue that the world had reached its limits of growth and prosperity. That day of reckoning was postponed, but now, after a 30-year hiatus, at least a mild bout of stagflation has returned, and matters could get much worse. We are back to the future, with the question we asked 30 years ago: How can we combine robust economic growth with tight global supplies of such critical commodities as energy, food, and water? It's worth comparing the earlier episode of stagflation with our current travails to help us find our way. In fact, this time the resource constraints will prove even harder to overcome than in the last round, since the world economy is much larger and the constraints are much tighter than
A House of Representatives committee has subpoenaed Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff as part of its investigation into the treatment of suspected terrorists, the White House confirmed Tuesday.
Vice President Dick Cheney said Sunday it will take "painful concessions" from both Israelis and Palestinians to achieve the Bush administration's vision of a Palestinian nation alongside Israel.
Vice President Dick Cheney arrived Saturday night in Israel, where he pledged America's "enduring and unshakable" commitment to the security of the Jewish state as it approaches its 60th anniversary.
High oil prices paining U.S. consumers is a key topic of Vice President Dick Cheney's talks Friday with Saudi King Abdullah
Vice President Dick Cheney made a brief visit Thursday to Kabul, praising ties with the Afghan government and expressing hope that the NATO-led effort to confront the Taliban will be expanded.
Vice President Dick Cheney told reporters Monday in Baghdad that the five years in Iraq since the war's start has been "well worth the effort."
Washington warns that skyrocketing prices threaten a global recession that will hurt oil producers, but their capacity to boost supply to meet rising demand may be limited
Vice President Dick Cheney will travel to the Middle East next week, including stops in Israel and the Palestinian territories, his office said Monday.
Vice President Dick Cheney went back to his normal work schedule Tuesday, a day after doctors used an electrical current to correct an irregular heartbeat, his spokesman said.
Vice President Cheney's heart received an electric shock to correct an irregular beat. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports.
President Bush's economic legacy is emerging as a central debate point in the 2008 presidential campaign. But it's important to remember that this is also Dick Cheney's legacy - the fact is, the Vice President plays a surprisingly major role in shaping the administration's economic policy.
You might imagine that Dick Cheney, a well-known worrier, would be thinking dark thoughts about the economy.
Vice President Dick Cheney Tuesday dismissed congressional investigations into the firings of nine U.S. attorneys as "a bit of a witch hunt."
Cheney's procedure successful
The Vice President is fighting another call to turn over secret material -- a reminder that he still plays by his own rules
Vice President Dick Cheney's office refused to cooperate with an agency that oversees classified documents, then tried to abolish the office when it challenged the actions, House oversight committee Chairman Henry Waxman said.
The vice-president goes to court to keep his list of visitors a secret
My ears perked up when I heard one particular detail about Vice President Cheney's unannounced trip to Baghdad on Tuesday.
Vice President Dick Cheney said Wednesday that he believes there's a "greater sense of urgency" among Iraqis to make progress on all fronts in the war-wracked nation.
Vice President Dick Cheney on Monday blasted "self-appointed strategists" on Capitol Hill for trying to force the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq, declaring the U.S. military answers to the president, not Congress.
Vice President Dick Cheney offered a sharp rebuke to congressional Democrats on Monday, warning that a drawdown of forces in Iraq would invite more attacks on the United States.
Doctors found a blood clot in Vice President Dick Cheney's left leg Monday, Cheney's office said.
Stocks plunged early Tuesday as investors eyed reports of slumping stocks in China and Europe and news that Vice President Dick Cheney was the target in a Taliban suicide bombing attack in Afghanistan.
A major selloff in Chinese stocks, an attack at an U.S. military base in Afghanistan that Vice President Dick Cheney and concern about the U.S. economy were set to plague Wall Street at Tuesday's open.
Vice President Dick Cheney on Wednesday dismissed as "hogwash" the suggestion that blunders may have hurt the administration's credibility on Iraq.
Vice President Dick Cheney is on his way back to Washington after a daylong whirlwind meeting with Saudi Arabian King Abdullah.
Vice President Dick Cheney will spend Election Day hunting in South Dakota, his press secretary said Sunday.
Lynne Cheney is deflecting talk of the sexual content in her novel "Sisters," a 25-year-old book that resurfaced in a campaign Friday and is stirring up controversy.
Vice President Dick Cheney sat down Thursday morning with CNN's John King.
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