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What Is Waterboarding? A Controversial Interrogation Tactic Bush Defends Authorizing

In an interview that aired on Monday night with NBC News host Matt Lauer, former President George W. Bush spoke out on the controversial interrogation technique of waterboarding, which put…

‘Decision Points': George W. Bush Book Brings Former President Back In Spotlight (PHOTOS)

Former President George W. Bush is back in the spotlight as he hits the media circuit to promote his new memoir Decision Points in conjunction with its release this week.…

Paul Volcker: Unemployment Has No Short-Term Solution

BEIJNG (AP) — A top economic adviser to President Barack Obama said Tuesday he sees no short-term way to reduce high U.S. unemployment and expects slow growth for the near…

Youth Radio — Youth Media International: Police Surround Protesters After Transit Cop’s Sentencing

Originally published on Youthradio.org, the premier source for youth generated news throughout the globe. Video by Haldun Morgan OAKLAND & LOS ANGELES–After former BART police officer Johannes Mehserle was sentenced…

Craig Barnes: Hope in a Time of Sorrow

There seems to be a constant series of examples in history that reflect what we are living through this week: from Psistratus in Athens to Caesar in Rome to the…

Mark Biel: As Election Buzz Cools Down, Will Asian Carp Debate Heat Up?

Going into last week’s midterm elections, no one with their finger on the pulse of the American electorate thought the outcome would be pretty for the Democratic Party. Since President…

CIA To Investigate Wikileaks Documents

CIA Director Leon Panetta said the agency’s Office of Security will “fully investigate” the WikiLeaks documents released on a public web site. “In some cases, CIA sources and methods have…

Jonathan Weiler: Why Sarah Palin (Probably) Won’t Run for President in 2012

Sarah Palin’s viability as a presidential candidate has been among the hottest political topics for two years now, and big GOP gains last Tuesday night alongside President Obama’s falling approval…

Miles J. Zaremski: Without Health Care Reform, Catastrophe Awaits

The mid-term elections are over. Boehner will be the Speaker of the House, and McConnell will remain Minority Leader in the Senate. What does this have to do with health…

Mike Causey: A Thanksgiving Day Bonus Holiday…For Some

As a thank-you gift for a job well done in a very tough year, most of the Social Security Administration’s 62,000 employees are going to get a bonus holiday: they…