NYT Live: "Overseas Bashing...Mr. Cheney Really Hates Europe."

Sniping at Cheney's remarks, but remaining silent over Obama - and strangely accusing the former vice president of hating Europe.

A "Brutal" Switch on C.I.A. Interrogation Semantics

The Times steps up the rhetoric to show its disapproval of the C.I.A.'s interrogation tactics against Al Qaeda terrorist suspects.

'Torturing' Terrorists for National Security? Bad. Torturing Teenagers for Entertainment? OK

The networks are shocked about dubious 'torture' for security information but refuse to discuss why Hollywood promotes its use.

Harsh Al Qaeda Interrogation Blurred Difference Between Terrorists and U.S.?

Talking about the history of harsh interrogiation tactics, the Times is suddenly employing "Chinese Communists" as a pejorative and calling Communist Khmer Rouge genocidist Pol Pot a "despot." ...

Did the Times Bury an Inconvenient Torture Memo Story?

The paper relegated its hit Tuesday story, indicating harsh interrogation methods had proven effective in understanding Al Qaeda, to five paragraphs of a separate story in Wednesday's ...

Torturous Reading: Self-Righteous Editors and "The Scary Caterpillar"

What? "To read the four newly released memos on prisoner interrogation written by George W. Bush's Justice Department is to take a journey into depravity. Their language is the precise ...

Guantanamo Bay's "Seemingly Endless Supply of Embarrassments"

Jumping on remarks by a Pentagon official regarding Guantanamo Bay, reporter William Glaberson takes a broad view of "torture" and dismisses as "public relations" the idea that detainees released ...

CACI's London Makes Strong Defense of 'Good Name'

Account from technology firm shows businesses can take a stand against bad reporting and flourish.

No Terrorist Attacks on U.S. Soil = Black Mark for CIA?

Pretzel logic: Since there's been no terrorist attacks on American soil since 9-11, the CIA was wrong in its harsh interrogation of Al Qaeda prisoners?
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