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Supporters of the USA Patriot Act faced a rancorous crowd Wednesday morning, defending the antiterror law against jeers from its critics.
WASHINGTON - The White House said Monday it was revising its proposal for dealing with terrorism suspects as indications grew that President Bush's plan was meeting increased resistance.
WASHINGTON - A rebellious Senate committee defied President Bush on Thursday and approved terror-detainee legislation he has vowed to block, deepening Republican conflict over terrorism and national security in the middle of the election season.
WASHINGTON - The White House said Monday it was revising its proposal for dealing with terrorism suspects as indications grew that President Bush's plan was meeting increased resistance among Republicans in both chambers of Congress.
WASHINGTON - The CIA's independent watchdog is investigating fewer than 10 cases where terror suspects may have been mistakenly swept away to foreign countries by the spy agency, a figure lower than published reports but enough to raise some concerns.
October 31, 2004
East Valley residents driving to work this week may have heard an unusual radio ad that begins with a man speaking in Arabic, followed by an English voice-over:
WASHINGTON - President Bush urged the Senate on Thursday to follow the House lead and approve a White House plan for detaining and interrogating terrorism suspects, saying, "The American people need to know we're working together to win the war on terror."
Brian Tomasi’s loathing of injustice motivates him to volunteer with labor organizers and help distribute food and clothing to the poor.
MOSUL, Iraq - Lt. Christopher Hanes knew something was wrong as soon as he stepped into the Friends bakery. The oven was unused, the water tank was empty and a large concrete bin was full of dirt that the two employees claimed was used to cool cakes.
Now that the Supreme Court has decided that the constitutional privilege of habeas corpus has "full effect at Guantanamo Bay," we must turn our attention to how and where we can bring suspected terrorists to trial and what rights they should be afforded.
A new terrorist disaster is about to strike Oklahoma City. But this time it won’t raise havoc, and it may help save lives.
MISSISSAUGA, Ontario - Canadian authorities investigating an alleged homegrown plot to blow up buildings in Ontario said Monday more arrests were possible as part of a wider probe into terrorist cells in at least seven countries, including the United States.
As you know, we had one assault weapons ban (1994 – 2004). What good did this ban do? During this first assault weapons ban we experienced the most horrific school shooting in our nation’s history — the Columbine Massacre.
Once again it happens with sickening suddenness — a jolting shock that alters and cruelly mocks our assumption of “normalcy.”
LONDON - The U.S. attorney general defended his country's treatment of terror suspects against criticism from Europe and elsewhere, saying Tuesday that the United States abhors torture and respects the rights of detainees.
August 2, 2004
WASHINGTON - Financial institutions identified as targets of a terrorist plot in three cities opened for business Monday under stepped-up security and defiant words from people who said they won't be cowed by the extraordinary intelligence pointing to a potential attack.
“Now that Osama Bin Laden is officially dead, I wonder what bogey man our government will come up with to frighten the American sheeple into handing over our money and our constitutional liberties in the name of ‘fighting terrorism?’ ”
March 21, 2005
Janitors are the latest to join an ever-expanding list of people keeping an eye out for terrorists. Commercial cleaning company Jani-King International will give employees formal antiterrorism training this month so they know what to look for while making their rounds.
TAMPA, Fla. - For more than eight months, Youssef Samir Megahed has been in jail, a wild detour from the seemingly innocuous road trip to see Atlantic Coast beaches that he says he and a friend were enjoying.
It’s time to think carefully about “tolerance.” We’ve heard a lot about “tolerance” this year, especially in light of the election of our first ethnic minority president. But let’s think critically about this idea.
Chronic Future guitarist Ben Collins says he knew his Scottsdale punk rock band would stir up controversy when the video for "Time and Time Again,’’ the first single off their new album "Lines in My Face,’’ debuted on MTV.
August 3, 2004