Subpoena sparks burning question

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- Independent Counsel Robert Ray's subpoena to the National Archives is unrelated to recent back-to-back fires at an archives facility in Maryland, a National Archives spokeswoman says. more…

Did House panel fry good guy?

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- The White House official singled out by a House committee for wrong-doing in the Project X e-mail fiasco was the one official who consistently lobbied higher-ups more…

Document backs cover-up charge

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- The White House's argument that it didn't know the "scope and nature" of the Project X e-mail fiasco until news broke in February is looking more more…

Are e-mail tapes safe?

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON - Contradicting recent White House claims, a former White House computer contractor says that back-up tapes of White House e-mail are routinely stored at a site outside more…

Smoking gun in the e-mail?

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- A stash of unrecorded West Wing e-mail totals close to 1 million, not the 100,000 first reported, and includes messages from the Democratic National Committee during more…

Inside job on e-mail

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- The White House has allayed Congress' concerns about missing e-mail by turning over the e-mail search project to a third party -- an "independent" and "private" more…

'The fix is in' on e-mail fix?

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- In what looks like a classic case of the fox guarding the hen house, some of the same White House officials who allegedly "dragged their feet" more…

Firm won't take hit for Project X fiasco

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- The private contractor that previously handled e-mail operations for the White House hotly disputes White House claims it caused a computer "error" that led to a more…

Memo: More e-mail missing

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- A 1998 memo to President Clinton's former deputy chief of staff shows that Internet e-mail sent to officials in the White House wasn't the only type more…

Gore's e-mail MIA for next 6 months

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- E-mail sent to Vice President Al Gore's office is still not being recorded for subpoena searches, the White House's top lawyer revealed yesterday. And she claims more…