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Carney essentially repeated himself, once again citing "unprecedented levels [of communications] thus far from the highest
President Barack Obama has never commented publicly on the targeted drone strike that accidentally killed Abdulrahman al-Awlaki, a 16-year-old American boy and the son of al Qaeda leader Anwar al-Awlaki.
The administration's refusal to participate comes just a few months after President Barack Obama pledged greater transparency
"He had been born in Denver, said the certificate from the Colorado health department," The New York Times reported. "In
"This is not Dick Cheney we’re talking about here," Obama told the more skeptical senators. The comment came just one month
The United States has also carried out drone strikes in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and Somalia. "I think if they moved it, not
But industry insiders like West argue that, in the future, drones will be more commonly used for non-lethal, non-military
Amid the drone debate a majority of Americans believe that President Obama is either worse or no better at protecting civil liberties than former President Bush. We are joined by Dan Steadman, Jeanette Bennett, Reyna Ramirez and Tom Cunningham.
"The results cannot be fully explained as party line responses. More than one in five self-identified Democrats, 21 percent
It would not seem, at first blush, to be particularly helpful to use drone attacks to incinerate people who preach against al Qaeda. But I'm sure I am overthinking things. Omelettes and eggs, after all. Best not to question it.