11/7/2007 2:45 PM ET
Philip Shenon: "...they were troubled by the way Mr. Mukasey handled questions about waterboarding, which the United States has fiercely condemned when carried out by other nations and had ...
10/30/2007 6:33 PM ET
Maher Arar was tortured in Syria as a result of bad information given to U.S. security by Canada, but Scott Shane keeps the focus on American "torture."
8/28/2007 2:11 PM ET
The Times uses Gonzales' resignation to pile on: "It was Vice President Dick Cheney and his top legal adviser, David S. Addington, who...pushed for a radical rewriting of American policies on such ...
7/30/2007 2:51 PM ET
A reminder of hypocrisy at the Times.
6/27/2007 12:44 PM ET
Scott Shane: "Do the actions of the intelligence agencies in the era of Al Qaeda, which include domestic eavesdropping without warrants, secret detentions and interrogations arguably bordering on ...
2/15/2007 2:24 PM ET
Scott Shane's front-page story celebrates the left-wingers at Firedoglake for their work from the Libby trial, ignoring the conservative master of Plame-gate details, Tom Maguire.
1/19/2007 12:54 PM ET
A program monitoring overseas calls from terror suspects in the U.S. becomes a "domestic surveillance program."
1/18/2007 12:35 PM ET
The Times misleads again on the details of the administration's "domestic" terror surveillance program that allegedly "eavesdrops" on Americans.
9/1/2006 12:38 PM ET
A Times editorial from 2003 wanted to know "who violated federal law by giving the name of [Valerie Plame] to Mr. Novak for publication in his column." Now we know - but since it's not Rove or ...