The loud critics of the New York Police Department's practice of spying on Muslims are speaking out because it's good publicity. That's what Mayor Mike Bloomberg said this morning on his weekly radio show with John Gambling. "You know, it's a made-for-television thing. It gets you publicity. If ... More >>
Federal prosecutors in Manhattan have charged two men with conspiracy to assassinate Adel Al-Jubeir, the Saudi Arabian ambassador to the United States, in what they allege is an Iranian government-backed plot. The U.S. Department of Justice charged Manssor Arbabsiar and Gholam Shakuri with co ... More >>
Here is what everyone knows about Weinergate: A picture of bulging underwear, which Democratic Congressman Anthony Weiner won't deny is his, exists, and a link to it appeared in his Twitter stream. Weiner says he didn't send it out himself, but was "hacked" or "pranked," depending, and he has been ... More >>
President Obama has just come back from his Hawaii vacation, but for rightbloggers it was as if he never went away. They continued to hammer Obama's terrorism policy in his absence, recycling old tropes and coming up with with some fascinating new ones. When seven members of the CIA were kille ... More >>
Much has been hidden from the new president by the Bush team
With the ghost of J. Edgar Hoover returning, Ray Kelly yields some ground to the NYCLU
The new president and Congress need something to help make this America again. They need you.
Though acclaimed for opposing torture, the Republican presidential nominee votes to keep it
These physicians have a strange way of preserving the American way of life
Bush's war on the disloyal press climaxes in a trial on classified information.
The Military Commissions Act of 2006 subverts who we are as Americans. Beware.
Plaintive president pleads case for war, wiretapping
9-11 Commission dealt with several issues by simply ignoring them
A PBS documentary names U.S. torture commanders
FBI worked hard to cover up a 9-11 cover-upand then hide it some more
Will a former FBI translator finally get to tell us what she knows about 9-11?
FBI's translation scandal heats up; more whistle-blowers emerge
A serious setback to the Patriot Act, despite the victorious Bush's unstinting support
A conservative libertarian targets Ashcroft and Mueller for violating First Amendment
A Justice Department honcho confesses: 'We are losing the fight for the Patriot Act'
Translator keeps blowing 9-11 whistle on FBI; U.S. Keeps shutting her up
9-11 Commission disregards survivor families' interests
Is Victor Arroyo a 'Traitor to Cuba'?
Classified FBI Bulletin Reveals Tactics at Protests
He Can Designate Any of Us an Enemy Combatant
Ashcroft Could Face Reckoning on Detainee Mistreatment
Watchdog Color-Codes Government Infringements on Privacy
NYPD to Bring Nationwide Spying Effort Home
Your grocery list could spark a terror probe
The Secret War on Whistle-Blowers
'There Would Be No Place to Hide'
Double-Playing 9-11 Errors
The Return of 'Black Bag Jobs'
Bomb Plots in Manila, Mayhem in Manhattan