NEWS & ANALYSIS

Dutch Proposal to Try Guantánamo Detainees

An unconventional new idea to give terrorist suspects their day in court.

New York Governor's New Plan Would Still Give Licenses to Illegal Aliens

Plan would create three separate but secure driver's licenses.

Organized Crime is Another Threat to Iraq, Says Top General

Success against al Qaeda has given way to nonsectarian crimes.

Mexican Gangs May Have Bombed Pemex

Drug cartels are becoming more violent and more politicized, creating a critical challenge for the Mexican and U.S. governments.

An Alarming Trend

The EEOC has recorded an uptick in racial harassment over the past two decades.

DHS Embraces Blogging

One more example of the blogging trend among top government officials.

Retailers Call for Federal Regulation of Online Auction Sites

Criminals take to sites like e-Bay to sell their stolen goods.

Not So Clean in Chile

A new report faults Chile for not prosecuting Chilean companies engaging in bribery abroad.

"Are You Sure It Was Him?"

Police should double-check how sure a witness is after picking out a suspect from a police line-up, says researcher.

Suppressed NASA Report Spreads Doubt

The agency warns the report could undermine passenger confidence in the airline industry.
 




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