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Geoffrey Ingersoll | Karzai points to the U.S. funding of Taliban in the 80s.

by Geoffrey Ingersoll

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McClatchy News Service | Personal privacy has shrunk. Government secrecy has grown.

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yahoo.com | Americans’ expectations of privacy have diminished remarkably since Sept. 10, 2001.

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National Review Online | O’Donnell called Giluiani an “unwitting accomplice of al-Qaeda’s” because the firefighters had defective radios.

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BrowardBulldog.com | Calling on the FBI to “come clean” about its investigation of Saudis in Florida who may have aided the terrorist hijackers.

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Washington Post | None of the hunger strikers has a life-threatening condition, said Lt. Col. Samuel House, a spokesman for Joint Task Force Guantanamo.

by Washington Post


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guardian.co.uk | Hunger strikes show little sign of ending.

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Miami Herald | FBI kept the 9/11 Commission in the dark, according to former senator.

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Breitbart | Joel says 9/11 knocked the wind out of him.

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Washington Examiner | Obama: “…if dealt with smartly and proportionally, these threats need not rise to the level that we saw on the eve of 9/11.”

by Washington Examiner


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RT | One of the methods used to extract information from Muslim inmates in Guantanamo was to apply sexual interrogation techniques.

by RT

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Yahoo! Movies | Any resemblance between “Star Trek Into Darkness” and our post-9/11 world and wars — well, that’s not exactly coincidental.

by Yahoo! Movies


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Reuters | U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit rejected a request for the images by a conservative nonprofit watchdog group.

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washingtonexaminer.com | Congress is rethinking the broad authority it gave the president to wage a war on terror after the Sept. 11, 2001.

by washingtonexaminer.com


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bloomberg.com | Airlines promised Congress and the U.S. public they wouldn’t raise “act of war” to avoid paying claims

by bloomberg.com

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reuters.com | Son-in-law of Osama bin Laden and former spokesman for al Qaeda, who has pleaded not guilty to charges of conspiring to kill Americans.

by reuters.com