At Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s trial, prosecutors said the Boston attacker was motivated by a desire to die as a martyr and reach “paradise.” His defense lawyers countered that he was acting under the pernicious influence of his older brother — but that may not be enough to save him from the death penalty.
The U.S. media yesterday completely invented a false narrative out of whole cloth and then used it to tout self-serving and propagandistic lessons.
Justice Department investigation reveals entrenched racism, economic exploitation and rights violations.
The deal is another example of a senior official being slapped on the wrist for serious violations while lesser officials are harshly prosecuted for relatively minor infractions.
New Zealand’s electronic surveillance agency is eavesdropping on friendly nations and sharing intercepted data in bulk with the NSA.
The U.S. military has paid nearly $6 million to civilians killed and injured in combat operations over almost 10 years of war in Afghanistan, according to the latest numbers released by the Army. These sums, known as condolence payments, are among the ways the U.S. military compensates civilians for deaths, injuries or property damages that occur>>
For a second year in a row, the Conservative Action Political Conference hosted a debate on the National Security Agency’s surveillance programs. This morning, in a stinging rebuke similar to audience jeering of former Gov. Jim Gilmore’s seething criticism of Ed Snowden at last year’s CPAC, former NSA director Michael Hayden received an earful when he>>