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  • Revive the Free Flow of Information Act

    Revive the Free Flow of Information Act
    Last year the Senate Judiciary Committee approved a bill affording some protection for reporters' confidential sources, similar to the protection that is already provided by the vast majority of states, including California. But the bill — known...
  • Guantanamo detainees permitted to watch World Cup

    GUANTANAMO BAY NAVY BASE, Cuba Guards revealed that detainees get to watch the World Cup the fourth for many in U.S. custody on a one-day delay to give staff time to scrub recordings of incendiary material. Journalists were allowed to peer through one-...
  • Martin Schram: Benghazi attack ringleader unmasked in newspaper 2 years ago

    It appears the crucial lost intelligence about what really happened in the tragic Benghazi attacks of Sept. 11, 2012, really has been hiding in plain sight all along just like the attack's suspected ringleader, who was finally snatched Sunday in a...
  • Iraqi appears in Guantanamo court on war crimes charges

    GUANTANAMO BAY NAVAL BASE, Cuba An Iraqi prisoner who the U.S. has said reported to one of the Taliban released in exchange for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl was being charged in the war courtWednesday. Abd al-Hadi al-Iraqi, 53, got to Guantanamo in 2007 from CIA...
  • 'Lone Survivor,' 'Jack Ryan' Battle for Top Spot on Home Video Sales Charts

    It was a neck-in-neck race for No. 1 in the home video sales arena for the week ending June 15. While Universal Studios' "Lone Survivor" is again the No. 1 title on the Nielsen VideoScan First Alert sales chart, third-ranked "Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit,"...
  • Here's what the U.S. can do about Iraq

    There are no good options in Iraq right now. But some are worse than others. Three of the worst, unfortunately, are also the most popularly debated in Washington today: launch U.S. airstrikes without U.S. boots on the ground; work with Iran to fight ISIS,...
  • Pass shield law, protect right to know: Editorial

    A shield law sounds like a plot device on "Game of Thrones." In reality, it's not nearly as exciting. Yet it's far more important — not just to the journalists it would protect, but also to the citizens it would serve. A shield law prevents...
  • Obama's Time-Limited Foreign Policy Flaw

    President Barack Obama's measured defense of his foreign policy at West Point on Wednesday made many cogent points to rebut critics. Unfortunately, the speech also showed that he hasn't digested some of the crucial lessons of his presidency. Obama...
  • '24: Live Another Day' recap, The trouble with drones

    '24: Live Another Day' recap, The trouble with drones
    The following takes place between 3:00 and 4:00 pm.   Agent Morgan allows Jack to be taken into military custody and takes Lt. Tanner’s flight key so she can finish the job Jack started. She even gets on Jack’s communication line with Chloe...
  • Supreme Court turns down NYT reporter's plea for confidentiality

    The Supreme Court turned down a plea for protection from a New York Times reporter Monday, maintaining its stand that the 1st Amendment's guarantee of freedom of the press does not shield a journalist from being required to testify about his...
  • Boko Haram, ISIL, AQAP: The morphing terror threat abroad

    Boko Haram, ISIL, AQAP: The morphing terror threat abroad
    In Iraq, an al Qaeda splinter group is threatening Baghdad after seizing control of two cities. In Pakistan, the Taliban attacked a major airport twice in one week. And in Nigeria, the Islamist militant group Boko Haram was blamed for another mass...