Hermann Göring got a fair trial at Nuremberg. But not Gitmo prisoners.
Echoes of Watergate in the twilight of the Bush presidency
Canada apologizes to its citizen kidnapped by CIA; U.S. keeps him on its terror list
Backtracking on warrantless surveillance, president still scorns privacy rights.
The administration censors internal probe of lawbreaking by the Oval Office and the NSA
A close-up of Sudan's chief mass murderer and his genteel, cultivated entourage
Asked directly by the U.S. Senate, Alberto Gonzales won't say
Team Bush digs in heels on domestic wiretaps
But that Tice guy still can't say a word
Italy's prime minister demands that the U.S. explain CIA criminality in his country
In Italy: Arrest warrants issued for 13 CIA agents for kidnapping a terrorist suspect
Congress dozes while detainees are sent to other countries to be tortured
The new secretary of state, the president's confidante, plays by his code of justice
New attorney general twists the rule of law to which he is 'deeply committed'
George Bush is getting four more years to remake the world in his image. (Too bad for us, he already started.)
The Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee lack the grit to stop Alberto Gonzales
Alberto Gonzales's record as assistant chief executioner under George Bush in Texas
Bush's new attorney general helped write the Patriot Act and supported torture