Adam Zagorin

Project on Government Oversight

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Contributor and former senior correspondent in Washington for Time magazine; journalist in residence at the Project on Government Oversight, a nonprofit, independent watchdog group in Washington, DC 

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As today's live broadcast begins, President Obama is addressing national security at the National Defense University in Washington.

Guantanamo Bay, Unmanned Drones and the Fight against Terror

As today's live broadcast begins, President Obama is addressing national security at the National Defense University in Washington.

from To the Point

Investigations into claims that the CIA abused suspects during the so-called "war on terror" are not over.

Grand Jury Probing Possible War Crimes at Abu Ghraib

Investigations into claims that the CIA abused suspects during the so-called "war on terror" are not over.

from To the Point

General Stanley McChrystal says success against the Taliban depends on support from the Afghan people, but public opinion is fast turning sour.

Are Hearts and Minds Being Won or Lost in Afghanistan?

General Stanley McChrystal says success against the Taliban depends on support from the Afghan people, but public opinion is fast turning sour.

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