[UPDATE]: Testimony at the 9/11 military tribunal trial at Guantanamo Bay will be subject to censorship, according to court documents released yesterday. Judge Col. James Pohl ruled last week that the testimony of the defendants, including alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, could conta ... More >>
Someone needs to give the U.S. Customs Department a lesson in Humour 101. Last Monday, two British tourists were denied entry into Los Angeles after one of them said on Twitter that he was going to "dig up Marilyn Monroe" and "destroy America" in two separate tweets. (The latter tweet was a ... More >>
There are fewer words scarier than "nuclear meltdown" and, of course, "radiation." So it's not surprising that Americans are concerned, particularly on the West Coast, where low, reportedly "not dangerous" levels of radiation are now headed, about possible fallout from the nuclear crisis at Japan's ... More >>
A new study from Syracuse University's Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse shows what many immigration activists have suspected for some time: Federal raids against undocumented immigrants under the Obama administration are reaching the highs of the Bush administration in one agency, ... More >>
After his first year, Obama shows his true face
With the ghost of J. Edgar Hoover returning, Ray Kelly yields some ground to the NYCLU
Journalists, under fire today by the Bush White House, have been the enemy before
The nimble former head of the National Security Agency soft-shoes his way to the CIA
What the 'Dirty Bomber' ruling means for you
The Bush team chants, 'We do not torture,' but nobody around the world believes them
National Security Agency, not the Times, greatly harms our constitutional privacy
But that Tice guy still can't say a word
Unilateral president exposed in his ignorance of Constitution he's sworn to protect
President's defense of spying yesterday doesn't square with past
The NYC subway-bus strike and the slow death of the American pension system
From Able Danger to Oklahoma City, evidence of domestic intelligence
Jose Padilla indicted at last
Questions about Albany's cut of New York's homeland security money
Russ Tice says the NSA just sent him packing
Intelligence whistleblowers storm Capitol Hill, asking for the right to be heard.
Montserrat volcano victims get the heave-ho from the U.S.
From John Ashcroft's lips to God's ear
Senator Hillary becomes a 9-11 hero, centrist chameleon, and Iraq hawk
Since the reign of King George III, resistance has been our legacyand to this day still is
Secretary of Defense Continues to Challenge the Intelligence Community
The Outing of a CIA Employee Is a Predictable Move in the Bush Government's Attack on Constitutional Rights
Patriot Act II, and Means to Weigh It, Emerge in Bits
Nix From a Nixonian
Hawaii Is the First State to Defy Ashcroft
Why the "Dirty Bomber" case threatens everyone's rights
Left, Right, Left, Right
'Everyone in This Room Is a Suspect'
If You're Black, Who's Got Your Back?
The Once and Future Shambles at the INS
While Detainees Languish the Feds Subvert Their Own Secrecy Arguments
'All of Us Are in Danger'
State Pols Ride a Troubling Crime Agenda Toward Re-Election
Anti-Terrorism Law and Mumia Abu-Jamal
The Return of 'Black Bag Jobs'
Planned internet surveillance network proves spying is 'good government practice'