President Bush's close friend and chief political strategist, Karl Rove, announced today that he will leave the White House at the end of this month.
Rove has been with Bush since the start of his political career in Texas. Critics have called Rove Bush’s brain
A criminal investigation into the leak of a CIA operative's name put Rove under scrutiny for months. However, Rove was not indicted after testifying five times before the grand jury.
In a more recent controversy, Rove, refused to testify before Congress about the firing of U-S attorneys.
KBOO spoke with political analyst Rick Perlstein about Rove’s departure:
Organizers and activists from around the Pacific Northwest are occupying the proposed Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminal site in Bradwood, Oregon today.
NorthernStar Corporation has proposed building a terminal on the site to import natural gas from Russia and other sources, and pipe the gas through Oregon to the California market.KBOO’s Adinah Little has more:
A group of activists locked down in front of Pacificorp in downtown Portland today. The protest was meant to draw attention to the environmental damage caused by Pacificorp-owned dams throughout Oregon. KBOO’s Kurt Ackerson has more
U.S. Senator for Oregon, Ron Wyden, held a town hall meeting in Portland today to hear community response to the war in Iraq.
KBOO’s Jenka Soderberg spoke with local activist Martha Odom, who attended the town hall.
This program, hosted by Frann Michel, features a round table discussion about transportation issues in the Portland area with Bill Resnick and local transportation activists. Denise Morris reviews the movies about organic farming "The Real Dirt on Farmer John." Jay Thiemeyer reviews "Children of War" by P.W. Singer. The Movie Moles JanHaaken and Frann Michel review the documentary "War Made Easy."