11/10/13 12:49 PM
The grove of hemlock trees around where United Flight 93 crashed on Sept. 11 is being attacked by an insect that wasn't there 20 years ago, and some scientists say it's an example of how climate change combines with other factors to cause environmental damage.
By Susan Crabtree | 11/07/13 05:36 PM
The top Republican on the Senate Intelligence Committee is urging the Obama administration to abandon any effort to help close Guantanamo Bay by sending detainees back to their home country of Yemen. The administration is in talks with the Yemeni government and is working with the United...
By Tim Mak | 11/01/13 05:11 AM
GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA -- When 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed appears before the military commission trying him for war crimes, his day starts early, with a lawyer arriving at his cell around 5 a.m.
By Tim Mak | 10/29/13 12:02 PM
On Oct. 24, the Washington Examiner's Tim Mak took a tour of Camp X-Ray, a temporary detention facility at Guantanamo Bay that housed dozens of suspected terrorists in the months immediately after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States.
By Susan Crabtree | 10/28/13 01:23 PM
President Obama paid tribute to his new FBI director, James Comey, at his official swearing-in ceremony Monday, calling him remarkably qualified to lead the agency. “Jim has dedicated his life to defending our lives ... making sure that all Americans can trust the justice system to protect...
By Tim Mak | 10/25/13 08:55 PM
GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA — An angry group of victims and survivors of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks lectured the media Friday, accusing the press of forgetting about them and neglecting to properly cover the ongoing war crimes commission. The commission concluded a week of proceedings Friday...
By Joel Gehrke | 10/25/13 04:07 PM
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will receive the National Defense University Foundation's American Patriot Award, backed by a committee of people who could provide an oral history of Bill Clinton's most controversial moments. There are five honorary co-chairs of the award ceremony,...
By Tim Mak | 10/25/13 02:39 PM
The self-proclaimed mastermind of 9/11 is requesting that he be given a “Microsoft-enabled laptop computer” for use during his trial for war crimes, which is now underway. The ideal laptop would have features such as Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Word, LexisNexis and Adobe Premiere video-editing...
By Tim Mak | 10/25/13 08:02 AM
GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA — It could be a blockbuster. The trial judge in the case of five men accused of 9/11 war crimes indicated Thursday that a motion about the popular 2012 film "Zero Dark Thirty" could be heard Friday.
By Tim Mak | 10/25/13 05:35 AM
GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA — The sun rises uneasily over Camp X-Ray, a temporary detention facility that housed dozens of suspected terrorists in the months immediately after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on the United States.
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