The documents confirm a CBS News report which quoted Rumsfeld as stating: "Go massive . . . Sweep it all up. Things related and not."
Pat Tillman was a fan of leftist author Noam Chomsky, opposed the Iraq war, and planned to vote for Sen. John Kerry.
John Roberts' legal resume is so impeccable that it is almost superhuman. So the latest story on his nomination shows a refreshlying human side of the nominee.
Every politician has a skeleton in the closet . . . but this gives "PR disaster" a whole new meaning.
At the end of the day, I think the ruling is essentially fair, although what it will mean for technology manufacturers is still somewhat unclear.
This BitTorrent file contains three mp3's of conversations from the Nixon Tapes involving former FBI official Mark Felt, who was recently unmasked as "Deep Throat."
The gaps in Yahoo's classic rock selection are made up for by impressive offerings from other heavyweights.
Two senior investigators from the committee investigating the UN oil-for-food scandal resigned in protest today.
Rudolph's "manifesto" is fascinating and disturbing. It is best described as a terrorist's desperate last-ditch bid for mainstream acceptance.