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  • 'We will not relent until justice is done'

    NEW YORK - Capping a day of somber remembrance, President Bush implored Americans last night to recognize that the Sept. 11 attacks forced America to take on a new mission: "to rid the world of terror." "We have made a sacred promise, to ourselves and to...
  • Bush weighs release of abuse photos

    WASHINGTON - The Bush administration faces a difficult decision about whether to publicly release hundreds of images of Iraqi prisoners being abused and sexually humiliated at the Abu Ghraib prison. Some veteran Washington analysts suggested that it's in...
  • Witness supports soldier's claims

    FORT BRAGG, N.C. -- A former Army reservist who served at Abu Ghraib with Maryland's scandal-scarred 372nd Military Police Company testified yesterday that interrogators at the prison encouraged some detainee abuses and when confronted about their actions...
  • Bush praises defense chief

    WASHINGTON -- President Bush paid a high-profile visit to the Pentagon yesterday to praise his beleaguered defense secretary, Donald H. Rumsfeld, who he said is "doing a superb job," and to try to prevent the Iraq prison abuse scandal from further...
  • Plain talk from GOP senator

    WASHINGTON -- Twenty years ago, a young military lawyer defending an Air Force pilot on a drug charge landed himself on 60 Minutes, exposing widespread flaws in the Air Force drug-testing system that led to an overhaul of the program. Today, the same...
  • Woman in N.Y. 4th anthrax case

    An NBC News employee in New York became yesterday the fourth American to be discovered with a rare anthrax bacterium, raising fears that media companies may have been targeted for a biological attack through the mail. The possibility that the anthrax...
  • Larry Horist: President good on rhetoric — bad on credibility

    Some say President Obama gave the best speech of his career. It depends if you are judging on rhetoric, substance or credibility. I grade him a B for rhetoric, C-minus for substance and F-plus for credibility. The president's highest mark is for...
  • Equality, Ocoee, and Tebow: Letters

    Equality, Ocoee, and Tebow: Letters
    Equality: Don't lose sight After the tragedy in Ferguson, Mo., it's understandable that letter-writer Tucker Kendrick on Sept. 9 declared, "… racism is rampant and is baked in our system." But does the Ferguson tragedy reflect the norm in...
  • Albert R. Hunt: Why Obama needs congressional authority to wage war

    Albert R. Hunt: Why Obama needs congressional authority to wage war
    Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia says the question of whether Congress needs to authorize President Barack Obama's declared war on Islamic State was settled by Thomas Jefferson when that president went after the Barbary pirates more than 200 years...
  • Dana Milbank: Dick Cheney still beating the loud drums of war

    WASHINGTON — It was just like the good old days. Scooter Libby was in the front row. Paul Wolfowitz was in the second. And on the stage was Dick Cheney, beating the drums of war. "The situation is dire, and defeating these terrorists will...
  • Obama will announce stepped-up attacks on Islamic State

    WASHINGTON With bipartisan pressure building in Congress and support growing in the country for action, President Barack Obama is expected to announce Wednesday night that he will authorize U.S. military airstrikes in Syria as part of a broader plan to...
  • U.S. lawmakers embrace fight against Islamic State, some question Obama plan

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. lawmakers say they are on the verge of taking a "war vote" as they consider whether to back President Barack Obama's campaign to destroy Islamic State, and despite broad support for action many fear being drawn into a quagmire....