World Oct 26, 2013

Former NSA chief gets a taste of the other side of eavesdropping

He should've taken the Quiet Car. But that's not what Michael Hayden did Thursday afternoon as he boarded Acela No. 2170, bound for New York. Instead, Hayden nestled into a regular coach seat and soon began what for many travelers is an Amtrak ritual: talking, often ...

Commentary / World May 31, 2013

Harder battle over Benghazi

by Reuel Marc Gerecht

Many conservatives suspect that the U.S. State Department, with the White House in a supporting role, deceived the public about the 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four Americans. This conspiratorial narrative is, in all probability, false. Even the embarrassing "Cairo-demonstrations-killed-us-in-Benghazi" messages by United ...