Reporter Carl Hulse on Covering the U.S. Congress It's been a busy congressional season — contentious hearings with Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez in the hot seat, revisions to the nation's domestic-eavesdropping laws, major ethics-reform moves and, of course, debate about what to do about Iraq. Journalist Carl Hulse, who reports on Congress for The New York Times, reviews the legislative session.
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Reporter Carl Hulse on Covering the U.S. Congress

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Reporter Carl Hulse on Covering the U.S. Congress

Reporter Carl Hulse on Covering the U.S. Congress

Reporter Carl Hulse on Covering the U.S. Congress

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It's been a busy congressional season — contentious hearings with Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez in the hot seat, revisions to the nation's domestic-eavesdropping laws, major ethics-reform moves and, of course, debate about what to do about Iraq. Journalist Carl Hulse, who reports on Congress for The New York Times, reviews the legislative session.