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After Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was found bloodied and hiding in a boat in the yard of a house in Watertown
In the wake of the Boston bombin, there is one question that should not be asked at all, and that is whether the horrendous attacks in Boston should prompt the United States and other countries to consider immigrants a security threat just because they belong to a certain ethnic group.
Gohmert has criticized the Obama administration over the past week about what he says is a "resistance" to declare war on
We should appreciate the potential ramifications of employing principles of LOAC to a domestic situation.
Fifty years ago, in 1963, the media landscape was still dominated by the printed word, and by the imperative of getting the story right before it was published in early and final editions of America's newspapers.
Sens. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said on Sunday that the Boston bombings gave more reason for immigration
hat is puzzling and remains unknown is how and why Tamerlan decided to turn to Islam, and then to terrorist activities.
There is one change that the United States could make in response to the terrorism threat that is never discussed. That is to consider the part U.S. policies have played in creating and sustaining it.
Carney said the decision was backed by the administration's entire national security team and ran through a list of suspected
Dedication, bravery and a willingness to help total strangers is the real story in Boston. Even though we are capable of causing great harm to others, we are also capable of extraordinary acts of goodness. We need to be reminded of that daily.
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Sen. Dianne Feinstein strongly rejected calls to declare Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev an enemy combatant, arguing that it would be unconstitutional to do so.
Tamerlan Tsarnaev died early Friday in Watertown, Mass., after a violent confrontation with law enforcement officers. His
"This is just the kind of case that it should be applied to," he said. "In fact, the only other time it's been used since
"That evidence cannot be used against him in trial. That evidence is used to protect us as a nation," Graham continued. "Anytime
The FBI said Friday that it had received information about Tsarnaev in early 2011 from a "foreign government." Law enforcement
An unidentified man suspected in the Boston Marathon bombings on Monday died after a frantic crime spree late Thursday night and early Friday morning. His accomplice was at large, and considered armed and dangerous. Police believe they now have the suspect in custody, alive.