R. Jeffrey Smith

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A lawsuit by the American Civil Liberties Union forced the Obama Administration to release a  CIA Inspector General's report  kept secret since 2004.

Prisoner Abuse and National Security

A lawsuit by the American Civil Liberties Union forced the Obama Administration to release a CIA Inspector General's report kept secret since 2004.

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A lawsuit by the American Civil Liberties Union forced the Obama Administration to release a  CIA Inspector General’s report  kept secret since 2004.

Prisoner Abuse and National Security

A lawsuit by the American Civil Liberties Union forced the Obama Administration to release a CIA Inspector General’s report kept secret since 2004.

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Administration officials have just three weeks left to publish 90 new regulations the Bush White House wants set in concrete so the new Administration can't change them when it takes…

Bush Administration Rushing Last-Minute Regulatory Changes

Administration officials have just three weeks left to publish 90 new regulations the Bush White House wants set in concrete so the new Administration can't change them when it takes…

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