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September 11, 2001 Attacks

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  • Germans feeling betrayed as another US spy probe begins

    BERLIN News Wednesday that Germany is investigating new allegations that the United States bought secrets from a German official the second such probe to become public in a week delivered another blow to U.S.-German relations over what is now a year-old...
  • Guantanamo judge's secret order on secret motion is so secret defense lawyers can't see it

    In the latest installment of the Guantanamo war court's most mysterious legal filings two motions so secret that the public can't know their titles an Army judge has issued a classified order to prosecutors that even the defense lawyers can't see. The...
  • Guantanamo judge steps down from USS Cole case, names Air Force successor

    MIAMI The chief judge of the Guantanamo war court quit the USS Cole case on Thursday and assigned a U.S. Air Force colonel to preside at the likely first death-penalty trial of the Obama administration's military commissions. Army Col. James L. Pohl said...
  • March's anger over Senate's torture report fades to silence

    WASHINGTON On March 11, Senate Intelligence Committee Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., threw a gauntlet on the floor of the Senate, explosively accusing the Central Intelligence Agency of violating the Constitution by spying on her committee...
  • U.S. Senate votes to extend terrorism insurance backstop

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate voted overwhelmingly on Thursday to reauthorize a federal terrorism risk insurance program that was created after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. Senators voted 93-4 in favor of a bill that gives the federal...
  • Israel's goals are honorable

    Israel does not want to maintain military control of another people, nor does it wish to be destroyed. The goal of Hamas, as well as Fatah and the Arab League, is the elimination of Israel. They have pledged repeatedly not to recognize Israel as a...
  • Army recruiter: Tougher tattoo rules bring fewer -- but better -- recruits

    Army recruiter: Tougher tattoo rules bring fewer -- but better -- recruits
    Uncle Sam still wants you — just not as heavily inked. More than three months after the Army implemented a more stringent tattoo policy, recruiters say they are the ones feeling the pinch. “It certainly makes our job a little more...
  • Fireworks Reactions

     
    I promised in Saturday's column of cut-down fireworks comments to use more complete versions of readers' reactions here on the blog. I'll do that today and Thursday, sandwiched around Wednesday's "What Is It" reveal. In case you haven't seen the......
  • Revisionist history prevails on Iraq invasion

    So who lost Iraq? The blame game mostly fingers incompetent Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. Or is Barack Obama culpable for pulling out all American troops monitoring the success of the 2007-08 surge? Some still blame George W. Bush for going into...
  • Notes and notables

    A little too eager An old commercial once warned, "You never get a second chance to make a first impression." It is a message members of the new Hampton Roads Transportation Accountability Commission should have heeded. Last week, members of the new...
  • Reg Henry: Be suspicious of pols accusing others of lying

    In recent news from the hog wallow of politics, Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., basically accused IRS Commissioner John Koskinen of lying about the notorious missing emails. "Sitting here listening to this testimony, I don't believe it," he said, "That's your...