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...the federal government has designated a global terrorist and a leader of Al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula. Lawyers for al-Aulaqi's father, Nasser...
The U.S. Department of Justice will be fighting on multiple fronts at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit this fall, attempting to overcome a series of losses in cases involving Guant?namo
...the 2002 prosecution of Enaam Arnaout, who prosecutors alleged was linked to al-Qaida and charged with racketeering and other offenses. Arnaout pleaded guilty the...
...classified declaration signed by a Pentagon intelligence officer, al-Marri trained at al-Qaida camps in Afghanistan in the late ’90s and was later...
During the Bush administration, nine lawyers -- James Comey, Alberto Gonzales, William Haynes II, Peter Keisler, Roger Martella Jr., Paul McNulty, Harriet Miers, Philip Perry and John Yoo -- shaped p
...in civil contempt over the destruction of videotapes in which high-level al-Qaida detainees were interrogated abroad. But the judge, the Southern...
Last week, in 140, detail-laden pages, the Justice Department's two top watchdogs laid out the tale of how the Bush DOJ used political litmus tests in an attempt to hire only those lawyers who would
Some may see shame as an old-fashioned and toothless remedy. But in fact, writes Robert Rogers, heaping castigation upon Monica Goodling, the former White House liaison at the Department of Justice,
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