bin laden raid
David Axelrod's memoir contradicts the VP's latest account of that night.
“It's a first-person account, under the magazine rubric, in which Carlotta walks readers through a lot of the reporting she
U.S. intelligence officials may have received a tip from a “walk-in” Pakistani official in tracking down the location of Osama bin Laden, complicating the White House story that the raid that captured and killed the al Qaeda leader was entirely a U.S. mission, NBC news reported Monday.
The NBC report was co-bylined by Andrea Mitchell, who is known in Washington to have sources at the highest levels of officialdom
O’Neill said he confirmed his decision to go public after a private encounter with relatives of victims of the Sept. 11, 2001
The U.S. commando raid that killed Osama bin Laden was guided from space by a fleet of satellites, which aimed dozens of
Conservative radio host Bryan Fischer presented the possibility that President Barack Obama was photoshopped into the iconic White House Situation Room photos of the Osama Bin Laden mission during his radio show on Thursday, Talking Points Memo reported.
Pentagon spokesman George Little said it was a "no-brainer" that the book should have been submitted to the U.S. government
WASHINGTON, Aug 30 (Reuters) - The Pentagon warned on Thursday in a letter to a former U.S. Navy SEAL that he was in material
Mark Owen, the pseudonym for the former SEAL Team 6 member, said that the book, the original September 11 release date of
Imagine if MSNBC or CNN decided to be first to endanger the life of a former SEAL and national hero for no apparent reason. How would the conservative media have responded to that?
"His left arm is about eight inches longer than when he started because he pats himself on the back every night for continuing
In an interview with ABC's "This Week," David Axelrod was asked if the president's trip to Afghanistan to mark bin Laden's
Just because you can take things over the top -- and the Obama administration's made-for-tv events today are just that -- it doesn't mean that you should. Barack Obama promised to be a new and different kind of politician. If any further proof was needed that he isn't, this week -- with Bill Clinton's testimonial to his courage under fire, and with unsubtle attacks on Romney's manhood, not to mention common sense -- should finally be enough. But, in another sense, Obama is a new and different kind of politician. He's a Democrat executing the GOP media playbook better than Bush did.