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…

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

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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…

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