U.S. and Chinese Presidents Meet, When the C.I.A. Gets Too Cozy with Hollywood, Guantanamo Bay Hunger Strike Drags On

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Friday, June 07, 2013

What Can the NSA do with Our Cell Phone and Internet Data? | U.S. and Chinese Presidents Meet in California | The Latest Unemployment Report and What it Reveals About Our Economic Recovery | Guantanamo Bay Hunger Strike Drags into its 5th Month | IRA Hunger Strike Participant Reflects on What it's Like to Strike | When the C.I.A. Gets Too Cozy with Hollywood | New Movie Releases: "The Internship," "The Purge," "Much Ado Ado About Nothing"

 

What Can the N.S.A. do With Cell Phone and Internet Data?

There is growing outrage at the revelation this week that the Obama administration required Verizon to provide call data on their customers. The news yesterday that the NSA is also mi...

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The Latest Unemployment Report and What it Reveals About Our Economic Recovery

More bad news for the Obama administration this morning. May's employment numbers are here and they're not looking good. The unemployment rate rose to 7.6%. U.S. employers added 175 t...

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U.S. and Chinese Presidents Meet in California

Today President Obama meets with Chinese leader Xi Jinping far outside the beltway, in sunny Palm Springs, California. The two leaders have much to discuss, from North Korea to cybera...

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Guantanamo Bay Hunger Strike Drags into its 5th Month

Less than a month ago President Obama reiterated his desire to close the Guantanmo Bay detention facility in a televised speech, specifically addressing the hunger strike that is ...

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I.R.A. Hunger Strike Participant Reflects on What it's Like to Strike

The historic strike underway at Guantanamo is one in a long line of hunger strikes we’ve seen in the past century. One of the most dramatic strikes in recent decades came in 1980 ...

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When the C.I.A. Gets Too Cozy with Hollywood

According to a report from the defense department that was made public on Wednesday, the C.I.A. disclosed the names of two special operations troops involved in the killing of Osama B...

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New Movie Releases: "The Internship," "The Purge," "Much Ado About Nothing"

Movie fans have plenty of films to choose from this weekend. They include “The Internship,” a comedy reuniting Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson as they take on an internship at Google; "T...

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