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  • Obama's town hall: A show-me state

     
    by Mark Silva The "town hall'' is becoming a fixture of President Barack Obama's line of communication with the American public, a line that he opens when the going gets tough. He will open one Wednesday, on the 100th day......
  • Justice: Charges unlikely over memos

     
    by Josh Meyer and Julian E. Barnes Justice Department investigators have concluded that three Bush administration lawyers who wrote controversial interrogation memos should not face criminal charges, but that conduct by two of them was problematic...
  • Condi Rice: Waterboarding elementary

     
    By Rebecca Cole Looks like former Bush administration officials can run from queries about torture, but they can't hide. And the questioners are getting younger. Yesterday, while answering students' questions at a Washington, D.C school, former...
  • Prosecuting torture: 'Hard to believe'

     
    by Mark Silva Eric Holder, President Barack Obama's nominee for attorney general, made plenty of people uncomfortable when he asserted, flatly, in his confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, that water-boarding is torture. During the...
  • Pelosi's CIA interrogation briefings: 2002

     
    by Greg Miller Congressional leaders were briefed repeatedly on the CIA's use of severe interrogation methods on Al Qaeda suspects, according to new information released by the Obama administration Thursday that appears to contradict the assertions of...
  • Nancy Pelosi: CIA lied; Boehner: Who?

     
    by Mark Silva and updated with videos House Speaker Nancy Pelosi today accused the CIA of lying to her when it first briefed her about "enhanced'' interrogation techniques that were being deployed against detainees - "We were told explicitly that......
  • Washington's Who's who's coming to din

     
    by Mark Silva Here we go. In the social-register's equivalent of water torture (enhanced technique), we've been dribbling out the names of some of the celeb-media guests expected at the White House Correspondents' dinner Saturday night -- Sarah and Todd.....
  • Gonzales: White House correspondents

     
    by Mark Silva This adds new meaning to the term, Gonzo Journalism: We have watched this past week as a parade of celebrity guests signed up for seats at the annual White House Correspondents Association dinner this coming Saturday night......
  • Cheney: GOP, stay 'true to principles'

     
    by Mark Silva Dick Cheney, former vice president and man about the news talk show circuit lately, says he never would have bailed out the automotive industry, he does not consider the interrogation tactics the Bush administration employed to be......
  • Obama's Muslim outreach: Overtures

     
    by Mike Dorning Sending a signal to Muslims around the world, the White House this week passed over the politically influential American networks in favor of an Arab satellite channel, Al Arabiya, to air the first televised interview with Barack......
  • Liz Cheney: 'Dad' obliged to speak out

     
    by Mark Silva If Dick Cheney had "his druthers,'' he'd be fishing in Wyoming. So says daughter Liz Cheney, who spoke out this morning about all the speaking out that her dad, the former vice president, has been doing lately......