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In the first years after 911, the CIA allowed the torture of detainees and lied to the Bush Administration and Congress about the intelligence it produced.

Black Sites and Dark Days for the CIA

In the first years after 911, the CIA allowed the torture of detainees and lied to the Bush Administration and Congress about the intelligence it produced.

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President Obama has announced the most comprehensive U.S. sanctions against Russia since the Cold War. The move by the U.S.

Obama's Foreign Policy

President Obama has announced the most comprehensive U.S. sanctions against Russia since the Cold War. The move by the U.S.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Yesterday, Secretary of State John Kerry made a  rhetorical suggestion  that Syria might turn over chemical weapons to international control.

Momentum Picks Up on Russian Syrian Arms Proposal

Yesterday, Secretary of State John Kerry made a rhetorical suggestion that Syria might turn over chemical weapons to international control.

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