Nation Topics - Terrorism Targeting the US
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Beneath the political debates over the death of Ambassador Christopher Stevens is a history of American meddling in the country—which set the stage for the assassination.
In contrast to Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush, Mitt Romney has turned a terrorist attack into partisan fodder.
The famine in Somalia was not simply sparked by nature but by disastrous foreign interventions that are now impeding aid.
Taking off the gloves (and then everything else).
Since 2001, the treatment of the Muslim community in America, especially by law enforcement authorities, has made no sense at all.
The attempted Times Square bombing is a reminder that the defense budgets for high-tech warfare are beside the point in countering terrorists who turn firecrackers into bombs.
Let me put American life in the Age of Terror into some kind of context, and then tell me you're not ready to get on the nearest plane heading anywhere, even toward Yemen.
Four Republicans continue to misrepresent the rights of the accused "underwear" bomber--despite having been briefed on those rights on Christmas Day.
Hayes debates Scarborough over the constitutional rights of terrorists.
The attempted airliner attack on Christmas Day demonstrates that the best antidote to terrorism is not military action but good intelligence, police work and appropriate security measures.
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