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Associated PressKEY WEST, Fla. - Sen. Mel Martinez said the Bush administration should consider closing the Guantanamo Bay prison for terrorism suspects - the first high-profile Republican to make the suggestion. "It's become an icon for bad stories, and at some point...
Tags: White House, Government, Sociology, Human Rights, George W. Bush
Baltimore Sun reportersSomething awful happened inside the yellow house on Washington Street, as the creaky wooden porch made clear all weekend. It was wrapped with tarps while police worked inside Saturday, sifting through a crime scene more horrid than anything they could...
Chicago TribuneLONDON - Britain moved swiftly to implement its promised crackdown on "preachers of hate," launching a series of early-morning raids yesterday to round up 10 Muslim extremists, including Abu Qatada, a cleric who often is described as al-Qaida's "spiritual...
Brushing aside assurances from the Maryland State Police that troopers will never again secretly monitor and collect information on peaceful protest groups, state lawmakers and Gov. Martin O'Malley's administration are moving ahead with a plan to outlaw...
In trying to collect information about a defunct Maryland State Police surveillance operation, the American Civil Liberties Union made "wild guesses" about who might be in the agency's criminal intelligence database, naming 250 individuals and 32 groups...
Sun Foreign StaffBAGHDAD, Iraq -- The sister he has never seen is the one Ali Hussain Mohamed misses the most. He misses his other sister, too, of course, and his mother, taken away with her in the dark of night 21 years ago. "But the new sister," he explains, "I want to...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Under cover of drizzle, dust and darkness, Iraqi troops were reported to be repositioning south of Baghdad yesterday, as U.S. ground forces were massing for a major battle near the gates to the capital. American paratroopers seized an...
Tags: Saddam Hussein, Maryland, Government, Weaponry, Kuwait
Special to SunSpotLoyola College, which celebrated its sesquicentennial in 2002, is the second oldest chartered college in Baltimore. While the school welcomes students, faculty and staff from all religious backgrounds, Loyola's Jesuit identity sets it apart from Maryland'...
Sun StaffWithin the past nine months, two respected human rights groups released reports describing what they said was the abuse of U.S.-held prisoners in Afghanistan, including instances of beatings, sleep deprivation and, in a small number of cases, killings...
Los Angeles TimesBOSTON - The prison inmate who fatally strangled a central figure in the worldwide clerical abuse scandal said he stalked pedophile priest John J. Geoghan for more than a month and considered him "a prize," a district attorney said yesterday. "It...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - Secretary of State Colin L. Powell said yesterday that he and other top officials kept President Bush "fully informed ... in general terms" about complaints made by the Red Cross and others over ill-treatment of detainees in U.S. custody....
Sun StaffThe photographs haunt him and there are thousands - grainy snapshots of Iraqi men, women and children. Their eyes stare back at him, begging the questions: Where did they go? Why did they vanish? Will they return? Zuhair Humadi has no answers. Instead,...
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