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President Obama said in a news conference this week that he was directing his staff to re-launch his effort to close the U.S. detention center for suspected terrorists at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and would look for allies in Congress to help. The prison...
Tags: Politics, George W. Bush, Barack Obama, Human Rights, Prisons
— A Republican congressman from Virginia who chairs a key appropriations panel lashed out Wednesday over the federal government's purchase of a vacant Illinois prison, telling Attorney General Eric Holder that he "really created a mess with your...
Tribune reporterWASHINGTON — A Republican congressman from Virginia who chairs a key appropriations panel lashed out Wednesday over the federal government’s purchase of a vacant Illinois prison, telling Attorney General Eric Holder that he “really...
WASHINGTON -- Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev won't be sent before a military tribunal for a technical reason: As a U.S. citizen, he isn't eligible. But that technicality stopped us from addressing a more important consideration:...
The autopsy gave a spare account of how the 52-year-old man died. He suffered blunt force injuries on his torso and legs, and abrasions on his left wrist indicated he had been tied or shackled down. One of his neck bones was fractured. Death came "as a...
This post has been corrected. See note at bottom for details.WASHINGTON -- Sens. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and John McCain (R-Ariz.), said Saturday in a joint statement that alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev should be denied a defense attorney and declared an “enemy combatant.” They added...
A massive Russian crackdown on Chechnya's bid for independence in the 1990s and the installation of loyal leaders there pushed the Caucasus Muslim enclave from the headlines years ago. But resentment has festered and at times bled into the global holy war...
Initial reports on the possible motives for two Chechen brothers suspected in the Boston Marathon bombings suggest there was little if any instigation from their volatile Russian homeland or an international Islamic militant force such as Al Qaeda....
NEW YORK — An independent review of the U.S. government's anti-terrorism response after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks found that it was "indisputable" the U.S. engaged in torture and the George W. Bush administration bore responsibility. The...
The Hartford CourantMake no mistake: The bombs that went off at the end of the Boston Marathon were acts of terror. We do not yet know whether they were foreign, domestic or homegrown acts of terror, but nonetheless, they were terrorist acts. Did the bombers act because it...
Tags: Terrorism, Al-Qaeda, Deval Patrick, National Security, Sports
WASHINGTON — Skilled in tracking foreign terrorists, Jarret Brachman once was a sought-after expert on Al Qaeda, advising several federal agencies and speaking regularly around the country. Now the former research director of the Combating...
WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration has sanctioned 18 Russian officials for alleged violations of human rights in their country, adding new strain to the difficult U.S.-Russian relationship. U.S. officials released the names of 18 Russian officials...
Tags: White House, News Agency, Politics, Ed Royce, Barack Obama
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