Justin Elliott and Theodoric Meyer: Claim of “Attacks Thwarted” by NSA Spreads Despite Lack of EvidenceOctober 2013
The oft-cited number is 54, but there’s no evidence that it is accurate.
How does truth inform genocide, and vice versa?
The U.S. military’s lessons in recent history.
Chavez is dead and Ahmadinejad is out of office, but the ties that bind Venezuela and Iran are still strong.
How to pre-convict and pre-punish an American Muslim.
Destroying the planet for record profits.
Hezbollah’s recent activity casts doubt on its relationship with Europe.
Can we just get a grip? Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is a naturalized American citizen.
Lashkar-e-Taiba is an institution well-embedded in Pakistani Society.
What happened to the victims of the US secret prisons and extraordinary renditions?
England’s war on terror has become a war on women and children.
The Trillion-Dollar Concept That No One Can Define
What constitutes ‘necessary and appropriate force’?
Post-Legal drones, the Bin Laden tax, and other wonders of our American world.
David Coleman Headley’s testimony against Pakistan’s intelligence agency helped him avoid the death penalty.
Everything you need to know about Congress and the NDAA.
Guernica Editor in Chief Joel Whitney tracked down Noam Chomsky to get his opinion on the President’s recently revealed ‘kill list.’
Dilip Hiro describes how the Pakistani government has outmaneuvered Washington to the tune of several billion dollars.
A New York City mother and Port Authority executive recalls the worst day of her life and the aftermath for herself, her colleagues, and her family. From a new oral history of September 11.
The historian and departing Newsweek editor on how he (like Remnick and Keller) caught war fever after 9/11, the obsession with being a man, and how his dad glowed in Navy whites.
Newman discusses Padilla’s case, his state of mind and why the Bush administration’s position sets an ugly precedent.