James Gordon Meek

Washington Correspondent, New York Daily News

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Washington correspondent for the New York Daily News, covering national security

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Faisal Shahzad reportedly has admitted that he was the would-be bomber of Times Square on Saturday night.  He was  arrested  on Monday night, interrogated and then read his Miranda…

Lessons from Failed Car Bombing in New York

Faisal Shahzad reportedly has admitted that he was the would-be bomber of Times Square on Saturday night.  He was arrested on Monday night, interrogated and then read his Miranda…

from Which Way, L.A.?

The Pakistani-American  charged with Saturday's bombing attempt  in Times Square has waived his right to a speedy arraignment.

Lessons from Failed Car Bombing in the Heart of New York

The Pakistani-American charged with Saturday's bombing attempt in Times Square has waived his right to a speedy arraignment.

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Before this afternoon's meeting on sending more troops to Afghanistan, President Obama  paid tribute to veterans , first at a White House breakfast, then at Arlington National…

A Somber Veterans Day as Fort Hood Investigation Continues

Before this afternoon's meeting on sending more troops to Afghanistan, President Obama paid tribute to veterans , first at a White House breakfast, then at Arlington National…

from To the Point

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