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Milestones

DIED Billie Sol Estes, 88, a convicted Texas con man who made lurid charges of bribe taking and murder against top politicians when his $150 million empire of...

Cheney Confesses

Former Vice President Dick Cheney has confessed to changing the CIA's accurate information on Iraqi Weapons of Mass Destruction for political reasons. You start...

InAPpropriate?

Today's scandal: the Justice Department targets the Associated Press in a search for government employees who may have leaked classified information.The question...

Benghazi Revisited

Fireworks are in place and set to explode Wednesday on Capitol Hill over whether the U.S. military could have done more to save the four trapped U.S. diplomats...

The New U.S. Way of War: Killing in the Shadows

The U.S. government post-9/11 has taken to hiding military missions – not only from the U.S. public (“War in Pakistan? What war in Pakistan?) but also from those...

A War He Doesn't Want

Barack Obama ordered air strikes on behalf of rebels in Libya two years ago, he said, because he "refused to wait for the images of slaughter and mass graves...

Morning Must Reads: April 25

In the news: CIA and the Boston bomber, Max Baucus, Obamacare exemptions for Congress, austerity vs. stimulus, and Bush 43

The Hunt for the Bomber

The hunt for the killer behind Monday’s Boston Marathon bombings began within minutes of the attacks.

So, Who Can We Kill?

Budget politics was topic a when President Obama met privately with Democratic Senators on Capitol Hill on March 12. But some of the President's hosts were...

The Special Agent In Charge

FBI Special Agent Richard DesLauriers has rounded up Russian spies and traded them for American agents. Its an experience that could prove useful in capturing...

Morning Must Reads: April 9

In the news: gun control, tax code, Margaret Thatcher's economic legacy, vulnerable Senators, Chelsea Clinton's political future, Hill staffers and Twitter,...