The Week in Politics: DeLay's Woes Mount Liane Hansen speaks with Doyle McManus, Washington bureau chief for The Los Angeles Times, about some of the issues that played out this week on Capitol Hill, including the postponed confirmation of John Bolton as ambassador to the United Nations, and tensions in the House ethics committee over the alleged ethics violations of Tom DeLay.
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The Week in Politics: DeLay's Woes Mount

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The Week in Politics: DeLay's Woes Mount

The Week in Politics: DeLay's Woes Mount

The Week in Politics: DeLay's Woes Mount

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Liane Hansen speaks with Doyle McManus, Washington bureau chief for The Los Angeles Times, about some of the issues that played out this week on Capitol Hill, including the postponed confirmation of John Bolton as ambassador to the United Nations, and tensions in the House ethics committee over the alleged ethics violations of Tom DeLay.