Recent rulings upholding the right of the executive branch to jail and try terror suspects in military tribunals raise questions about whether the judiciary can keep presidential powers in check. Will a realigned Supreme Court give Bush a
blank check to rise above the law?
The FBI--with apparent White House
approval--continues to seek the authority to bypass the court system in
pursuit of evidence against terror suspects.
Sources on the ground in Iraq say that serious moves toward a pullout will dry up recruitment efforts for jihadi groups.
This might be a good time for the Bush Administration to
step up its reading on Saudi Arabia, starting with these three books.
How do you tell a student the story of September 11?
A look at the suffering endured at Krome Detention
Center in Miami, a cross between Alcatraz and hell.
Even in tiny outposts like Havre, Montana, a profound
cultural and psychological shift has occurred since the events of 9/11.
The attacks seemed designed to maximize fear, not casualties.
An analysis of the BBC's documentary on Al Qaeda and Islamic terrorism.
You know the things I miss so much it hurts?
Those orange alerts.
Routines, our leaders said--and this was strange--
Should not be changed: