- consortiumnews.comJan 26 02:26 PM
Exclusive: In September 2002, as the Bush-43 administration was rolling out its ad campaign for invading Iraq because of alleged WMD, the Joint Chiefs of Staff received a briefing about the paucity of WMD evidence. But the report was shelved and the war went on, as ex-CIA analyst Ray McGovern explains. By Ray McGovern There is a…
- The Atlantic via Yahoo! NewsFeb 06 08:31 PM
When is it bad to be a frontrunner? During a presidential debate three days before the New Hampshire primary, evidently. At Saturday night’s forum in Manchester, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, and Donald Trump all hit rough patches, while three often-overshadowed governors—Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, and John Kasich—delivered some of their strongest moments of the campaign so far.
Rubio under fire in GOP debate after rise in pol... - News West 9 Midland
Republican Hopefuls Tussle at Debate Ahead of NH... - Voice of America
- The Huffington PostJan 26 02:42 PM
Hillary Clinton is pushing back against criticism of her vote as a Senator in 2002 to authorize the Iraq war, The Hill reports . "I have a much longer history than one vote, which I said was a mistake because of the way that it was done and how the Bush administration handled it," the Democratic presidential front-runner said at CNN's Democratic town hall in Des Moines, Iowa. But many Democrats...
- BigPond NewsFeb 01 07:37 AM
The govt allows one member of Labor to see a confidential part of the trade union commission's report.
- consortiumnews.comJan 30 06:36 AM
George W. Bush’s Iraq invasion may rank as the worst foreign policy disaster in U.S. history – spreading chaos across the Mideast and now into Europe, yet polls show Democrats nationwide favor nominating Hillary Clinton, who voted for the war and backed it even after Bush’s WMD claims were debunked, recalls Stephen Zunes. By Stephen…
- CBS NewsFeb 07 06:58 PM
The Republican candidates met four days before the New Hampshire primary
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- The Huffington PostFeb 05 04:55 PM
WASHINGTON -- The Pentagon on Friday begrudgingly released 198 photos showing abuse of detainees held by U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan during the George W. Bush administration. The afternoon dump of photos, in response to a 2004 Freedom of Information Act lawsuit brought by the American Civil Liberties Union, is only a fraction of the 2,000 torture-related photographs the ACLU has ...
- Salon.comJan 15 03:55 AM
It was U.S. regime change and a decade of brutal war that led to the rise of ISIS, not Saddam — it's official
- The DayFeb 07 08:50 AM
A list of 15 suspicious or interesting claims.
In GOP debate, a tough night for front-runners b... - Chicago Tribune
- CommonDreams.orgFeb 07 11:26 AM
Lauren McCauley, staff writer The Pentagon on Friday was forced to release nearly 200 photographs of bruises, lacerations, and other injuries inflicted on prisoners presumably by U.S. military personnel in Iraq and Afghanistan. The record-dump was the result of a Freedom of Information Act request and nearly 12 years of litigation by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), which fought to ...