Obama’s Latest Move To Close Guantanamo Heralds Yet Another Fight With Republicans June 18, 2013
This comes despite the fact that the intelligence community has determined the many detainees represent no threat to national security.
NSA’s New Critics Face Questions On Their Own Role In Surveillance Scandal By Frederick Reese
Several Congresspeople complained about not knowing about NSA surveillance, despite briefings that were offered.
New Documentary Forces Questions On Causes, Solutions To Police Brutality By Frederick Reese
Some are demanding that police forces be returned to the communities they exist to serve and protect.
Microsoft’s New Xbox Raises Ownership Issues, Privacy Concerns By Frederick Reese
Rumored features like the capacity for the always-online console to detect how many people are in a room reveal a potential for abuse.
Dreams Of A Blue Texas Could Spell Nightmare For National GOP By Frederick Reese
The possibility of the once-solidly Republican state turning Democrat could affect the congressional debate on immigration.
Doctor Who? Surgeon General’s Resignation Reminds Americans That The Position Exists By Frederick Reese
It may be time to reconsider the role of the surgeon general.
International Relief Doctors Tell Of Personal Sacrifices Amid The Horrors Of War By Frederick Reese
From Syria to Sudan, international doctors risk everything to save the lives of those neglected and brutalized by conflict.
Rampant Abuse, Misplaced Priorities Typify Juvenile Incarceration By Frederick Reese
The “school to prison pipeline” is creating a class of minorities systematically disenfranchised from the earliest of ages.
20/20 Hindsight? Polls Show Bush’s Popularity On The Upswing By Frederick Reese
For the first time since 2005, the former president's favorability numbers are greater than his unfavorablity numbers.
Democrats Dreading Midterms As Another Potential Scandal Hits State Department By Frederick Reese
A series of legitimate scandals has exposed the Democrats to the possibility of losing the Senate in the 2014 election.