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  • Senate panel finds CIA illegally interrogated terror suspects after Sept. 11

    WASHINGTON CIA officers subjected some terrorism suspects the agency held after the Sept. 11 attacks to interrogation methods that were not approved by either the Justice Department or their own headquarters and illegally detained 26 of the 119 in CIA...
  • Ukrainian billionaire issues video in Russian denying wrongdoing in alleged international bribery scheme

    Ukrainian billionaire issues video in Russian denying wrongdoing in alleged international bribery scheme
    One day after federal authorities in Chicago announced a sweeping indictment charging billionaire Ukrainian industrialist Dmytro Firtash in connection with an $18.5 million bribery scheme, Firtash posted a YouTube video calling his arrest politically...
  • Maryland man to plead guilty in insider-trading case: Justice Department

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A Maryland man will plead guilty to charges of conspiring to commit insider trading, in what marks the 10th criminal prosecution stemming from an insider-trading ring orchestrated by a former Wells Fargo investment banker, the U.S....
  • Senate finds CIA illegally interrogated terror suspects after Sept. 11

    WASHINGTON CIA officers subjected some terrorism suspects it held after the Sept. 11 attacks to interrogation methods that were not approved by either the Justice Department or their own headquarters and illegally detained 26 of the 119 in CIA custody,...
  • Senate panel votes to declassify CIA interrogation report

    Senate panel votes to declassify CIA interrogation report
    The U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee voted on Thursday to recommend declassification of the summary, findings and conclusions of its report on the CIA's use of "enhanced interrogation methods," which critics say amount to torture. Senator Dianne...
  • Mary Barra: GM has 'civic responsibility' to compensate crash victims

    Mary Barra: GM has 'civic responsibility' to compensate crash victims
    General Motors CEO Mary Barra said Tuesday she wants to find out if GM engineering employees executed a coverup or were merely incompetent in failing to recall a defective part linked to 13 deaths. In testimony before a House Energy and Commerce...
  • Shooting at Fort Hood leaves 4 dead

    FORT HOOD, Texas A shooting left four dead and 14 injured at this massive Army post Wednesday afternoon, according to U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul, who told reporters that it is "way too early" to know the shooter's motive. McCaul, R-Texas, said the...
  • GM CEO: Engineer may have lied about ignition switch

    WASHINGTON General Motors CEO Mary Barra acknowledged Wednesday that an engineer who oversaw the defective ignition switch at the center of a recall may have lied under oath about his role in fixing the problem. GM ignition switch engineer Ray...
  • Is whistleblower advocate for nation's spies under attack?

    WASHINGTON The Pentagon's inspector general is trying to suspend and possibly revoke the top secret access of the Defense Department's former director of whistleblowing, triggering concerns in Congress that he's being retaliated against for doing his job....
  • Senators accuse GM of coverup in delayed ignition-switch recall

    Senators accuse GM of coverup in delayed ignition-switch recall
    WASHINGTON -- Senators aggressively questioned General Motors Co. Chief Executive Mary Barra on Wednesday about the years of delays in recalling vehicles with faulty ignition switches, accusing the company of a coverup to hide the problem that caused at...
  • GM chief grilled over recall delay

    General Motors Chief Executive Mary Barra on Tuesday vowed to find out whether GM engineering employees executed a coverup or were merely incompetent in failing to recall a defective part linked to 13 deaths. Testifying before a House Energy and...