Brian Doherty | More reporting from the ethical and moral horror show of America’s “war on terror.”
Washington’s Blog | U.S. and U.K. Attack Independent Journalists.
Conor Friedersdorf | America sometimes reminds me of Walter White.
Reuters | Violence spills over from Syria.
yahoo.com | Soldiers were found with mobile phones, cameras and chargers that were stolen from the mall during the siege.
AFP | “What did my grandmother do wrong?”
breitbart.com | So effective the ship’s security rarely needs to resort to firing guns.
The Atlantic | The government’s ever-expanding culture of secrecy is excessive, unnecessary, and destructive.
Guardian | Brazil, China and Venezuela sharply critical of ‘illegal’ program but US says it has taken steps to introduce new guidelines.
Haaretz | Abu Mohammad al-Golani was killed in the coastal province of Latakia.
Fox News | Benghazi suspects also not listed on “Rewards for Justice” list.
Todd Starnes | Soldiers allegedly told evangelical Christians and members of Tea Party are national threat.
Jason Meisner | Lady had terrorist conviction from 40 years ago.
Bloomberg | Lawsuit bought by victims of terrorist attacks.
The Guardian | Human Rights Watch says 57 civilians died in attacks that ‘clearly or possibly’ violated international law.
Kevin Barrett | Seymore Hersh: “a big lie. There is not one word of truth in it.”
Mikael Thalen | Measures include a “clear bag” policy for all runners.
Washington’s Blog | Did Connected Insiders Cynically Trade On Impending Attacks?
McClatchy D.C. | “Innocent victims are killed in these acts, and they lead to resentment among the Pakistani people.”
Reuters | Attack targeted operations room allegedly used by U.S. to direct drone strikes against militants.
Washington Times | Governments of key Gulf countries are reluctant to crack down.
upi.com | Naamen Meziche has been in Pakistani custody for more than a year.
telegraph.co.uk | Villagers told how they returned to their homes to find relatives butchered.
Brian Frydenborg | We’ve watched our country sputter and fail at home and abroad.
Denver Post | The report quoted witnesses as saying rebels went house to house, killing entire families or killing the men and taking women and children hostage.
AFP | “…American people should realise that their politicians play with their destinies as well as the destinies of other oppressed nations…”
Tracey Shelton | Abu Anas al-Libi was captured outside his house and is now in custody aboard a US Navy ship.
National Journal | Eventually, drones may have the technical ability to make even lethal decisions autonomously…
Anthony Gucciardi | Agents once again continue the complete destruction of our rights through groping an elderly woman in a wheelchair
The Boston Globe | They explained that it was a procedural step necessary to ensure that Tsarnaev eventually appears in state court to be arraigne.
RIA Novosti | Syrian President has accused the West of lies about chemical attacks in Syria.
Washington Post | Baby out with the bathwater.
Infowars.com | “If you have been to war, you would not use such rhetoric here,” he said.
Washington Free Beacon | The missiles are under tight controls and security and require two people to fire them after orders from the national command authority.
Washington Post | “Personally, I am not in favor of this ban because I think it is of no use. . . . We will look into it.”
Herald Tribune | FBI documents could shed light on alleged interactions of a high-echelon Saudi family — who lived in a Sarasota neighborhood.
Huffington Post | Delusional White House petition calls for White House to designate Republican party a terrorist organization.
Daily Mail | Known as Makaburi, the preacher said terrorists are planning an attack on Britain.
Washington’s Blog | Government Blurs the Lines Between Bad Guys and Average Americans.
Washington Free Beacon | Move seen as bid to halt division among jihadists over Syrian rebel split
Steve Watson | No one believed al Qaeda, Taliban could pull it off.
RT | Department cautioned Americans to “maintain a high level of vigilance.”
Bloomberg | Police state paranoia accelerates in wake of Kenya mall shooting.
Kit Daniels | The murder of Ambassador Stevens in Benghazi was an organized hit to cover up direct arm deals.
Al Jazeera | With only 19 detainees on strike, attorneys say detainees have “suspended” strikes for varied reasons.
UK Daily Mail | Harvard graduate claims she was rescued by ‘Americans’ after she saw man sat next to her shot dead.
Washington Post | “As a nation, our head is bloodied but unbowed,” said Kenyan President, Uhuru Kenyatta.
The Guardian | Shahzad Akbar says visa hold-up means he cannot take his clients to Capitol Hill to testify on CIA drone strikes in Pakistan.
BBC | Boeing has revealed that it has retrofitted retired fighter jets to turn them into drones.
investigations.nbcnews.com | Larger U.S. contingent than any other al Qaeda offshoot.