The Bush Administration cites a 1994 bombing in Argentina to tar Iran as a sponsor of global terror. But a fresh probe finds no evidence of an Iran connection.
The US government relies heavily on the testimony of self-styled terrorism experts in prosecuting the "war on terror." But how credible are they?
The government's case against Khader Hamide and Michel Shehadeh is closed. But did the US government learn anything about its wayward two-decade prosecution of Palestinian activists?
What a boondoggle 9/11 has been for the merchants of war.
According to Chalmers Johnson, Bush's imperial presidency may be the final chapter in the collapse of American democracy.
The government is using antiterrorist laws to suppress political dissent.
Going on the offensive has only made us more vulnerable.
If it had followed the rule of law from the outset, the Bush Administration could have brought many terrorists to justice by now.
Gaza is in chaos, but Israel's economy is booming as high-tech entrepreneurs scramble to meet the post-9/11 world's hunger for spy tools and containment walls.
The money we've wasted on unseen terrorists, nonexistent WMDs and phantom pedophiles could have been used to address any number of legitimate threats.