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Ethics panel pushes forward in Ensign probe

The Senate ethics committee on Tuesday named a special counsel to investigate Sen. John Ensign, whose affair with a campaign aide led to a probe of the Nevada Republican's attempts to find a lobbying job for the woman's husband. Full story

Did Bush break the law?

   The Office of Special Counsel released the results of a three year investigation into President George Bush’s Office of Political affairs, stating it became an arm of the RNC during the lead-up to the 2006 midterm elections. Prof. Jeffrey Rosen discusses the implications of the report.

Report finds Bush White House violations

The White House Office of Political Affairs during the George W. Bush administration violated the law by giving briefings to political employees, concludes a government report issued Monday. Full story

Bloch-ed case?

   Meet Scott Bloch, formerly of the office of the special counsel. He did a wipe of his office computer after realizing he was being investigated. Despite a possible sentence of six months in jail for his misbehavior, he's now only likely looking instead at probation.

Gray Areas in the Gulf of Mexico

   Discussing how the Gulf cleanup is being affected by the Jones Act, with Tom Curran, of Peckar & Abramson, and Steve Yerrid, special counsel to Gov. Crist on the Gulf spill.

Oil Spill's Impact on Florida

   Steve Yerrid, special counsel to Gov. Charlie Crist, R-Fla., on the oil spill, talks to CNBC.

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