Torture Compensation News
The Price of an Afghan Life: $5280
Germany is Paying $5,000 in Compensation to Kunduz Bombing Victims' Families
Clem's Chronicles: Obama's Nobel Speech/Wall Street Bonuses/Foreclosures/Winter Weather
Hello folks-Clem Lane here with tonight's ABC NEWS Editorial Note. OBAMA NOBEL ACCEPTANCE SPEECH-President Obama spoke today in Oslo, Norway where he went to accept the Nobel Peace Prize. His speech did not gloss over the fact that the United...
Clem's Chronicles: More on NY Terror Plot/Terror Plots Foiled in Illinois, Texas/Aids Vaccine Trial
Well the good news is that all the various terror plot stories seemed to have been nipped in the bud. But there sure seem to be a lot of them…. NY TERROR PLOT/BEAUTY PARLOR BOMB PLAN-We learned a whole lot...
Clem's Chronicles: Health Care Reform and the National Debt/Major US Offensive in Afghanistan/Women Drinking More
Wednesday night and the health care reform debate is alive and kicking. Here's what's going on: HEALTH CARE TOWN HALL MEETINGS-Some more ammunition out today for those worried that the United States can’t afford health-care reform. We got a look...
Marisa's Musings: Holocaust Museum Shooting/Executive Pay/Chrysler
Hello everyone! Marisa Bramwell here with tonight's evening editorial note from the ABC News desk: HOLOCAUST MUSEUM SHOOTING: An elderly white supremacist opened fire in the U.S. Holocaust Museum Wednesday afternoon, killing one security guard and wounding two other people....
Today’s Qs for O’s WH – 6/8/2009
Jared Bernstein, the top economic adviser to Vice President Biden, answers Jake Tapper's stimulus question.
Wild Child Speechless After Tortured Life
They called her "Genie" -- a pseudonym to protect her privacy -- because since infancy her life had been bottled up in the horrors she experienced in one dimly lit room. Alternately tethered to a potty seat or tied up in a sleeping bag in a mesh-sided crib under a metal cover, Genie had contact
Nightline Online 'Borat' Humiliation
Some unwitting cast members of his hit mew movie are angry and speaking out.
Moussaoui Death Penalty Trial: A Closer Look
Moussaoui's Death Penalty Trial to Begin The death penalty trial of the only man charged in the United States in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks opened Monday after four years of wrangling and delay. ( AP ) Q&A: Moussaoui Trial Zacarias Moussaoui - the only person to be charged in the United States in
The Note: I Know I Messed It Up Before
WASHINGTON, June 16 NEWS SUMMARY Into the President's two current biggest boiling stews -- which even Fred Barnes acknowledges are creating a persistently stinky reservoir of unpalatability -- the Washington Post says Major New Ingredients are being added. Per these must-read accounts, the recipe