April 5, 2004 |
The chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee said Sunday for the first time that Saddam Hussein's alleged mobile germ factories and labs probably "did not exist," and he sharply criticized prewar U.S. intelligence about Iraq's suspected weapons. Sen. Pat Roberts, a Kansas Republican who typically is a strong supporter of the CIA and the Bush White House, said the administration's use of flawed intelligence regarding the purported mobile bioweapons facilities is "embarrassing for everybody."
August 23, 2004 |
The chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee proposed sweeping reforms Sunday that would dismantle the CIA and remove several of the nation's largest intelligence agencies from the control of the Pentagon. The restructuring outlined by Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) is the most aggressive intelligence reform plan offered since the commission that investigated the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks released its final report last month.
November 14, 1995 |
Rep. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) said Monday he will not run for the Senate and urged incumbent Sen. Nancy Landon Kassebaum to run for another term. The announcement ended weeks of speculation of a run. Roberts said a heavy workload as House Agriculture Committee chairman precluded the commitment needed for a Senate race.
September 30, 1990
I don't understand all this negativity about Roseanne Barr and her show. She's a genuine original. Critics and rivals seem to want to cut the ground out from under anyone more successful than they are. Roseanne's show is warm, funny, dumb and full of real human values . . . just like real life . . . that's why we relate to it. Why don't the critics go after "Golden Girls," "Night Court" and other prime-timers that are rife with off-color, sexually implicit...
June 22, 2003 |
Two years ago, when regional phone companies wanted Congress to make it easier for them to compete in the high-speed Internet market, they did what special interests usually do with billions of dollars at stake: They amassed an army of experienced lobbyists. But one of the so-called Baby Bells didn't stop there. BellSouth also hired a pair of lobbyists distinguished by their family trees -- John Breaux Jr. and Chester T. "Chet" Lott Jr.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 3, 1992 |
Two San Francisco women are safe after spending a week in the snow-covered Desolation Wilderness. El Dorado County Sheriff's Lt. Bob Altmeyer said the two, who were reported missing Sunday, were spotted Monday from a California Highway Patrol helicopter. Altmeyer said Pat Roberts, 36, and Joshlin Kochen, 42, were rescued and underwent medical examinations, although both seemed to be in good condition after their experience.