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Eyewitnesses describe a chaotic scene after London terror attack
Witnesses to the attack near the Houses of Parliament in London described a chaotic scene this afternoon, with injured people lying sprawled in all directions. Police have said that four people died in the attack, including the police officer and a suspected assailant. Police have declared the
NSA Spying, Rendition Fallout Dog John Kerry in Poland
Not only did questions about NSA spying continue to dog Secretary of State John Kerry at a public appearance in Poland today, but another widely criticized U.S. security policy also managed to rear its head: CIA black sites. The secretary of state visited Poland today...
Around The World In Weighty Gaffes (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone), CHRIS GOOD (@c_good) and ELIZABETH HARTFIELD (@LizHartfield) NOTABLES: ROMNEY AIDE TO REPORTERS: ‘SHOVE IT’: What happens when reporters try to ask Mitt Romney a question? “Kiss my a**. This is a holy site for the Polish people. Show some respect.” A...
Mitt Romney Embarks on First Foreign Trip of His Candidacy
He Will Make Stops in the United Kingdom, Israel and Poland on a Six-Day Trip
President Obama pushes START, missile defense, at NATO Summit
In remarks to the press pool in Lisbon, where he’s attending the NATO summit, President Obama announced a new development with missile defense strategy and continued to push for the Senate to ratify the New START nuclear disarmament treaty with Russia.
Polanski in Poland: National Hero or Disgraced Icon?
Roman Polanski's Tarnished Image May Never Recover in His Homeland of Poland
Strong Evidence Against Poland Despite Official Denials of Secret Prisons
There is strong evidence that a secret CIA prison was set up in Poland and that airport officials accepted thousands of dollars in cash for landing fees for CIA planes,...
SCRIPT: CIA Alleged to Have Secret Prisons in Europe 12/05
It seems the Secretary of State is in for a rough European trip this week. Condoleezza Rice arrived in Germany this afternoon during a continent-wide uproar over news reports that the CIA was running secret European prisons, where terror suspects were interrogated using illegal torture techniques.
SCRIPT: Secret Prisons
We have an exclusive report tonight about secret prisons in the war on terror. For years now, the Bush administration has refused to talk about what it's doing with the senior al Qaeda leaders it has captured. Tonight, as the Secretary of State goes to Europe, ABC's Brian Ross has confirmed for the
Rice Faces Critics
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, on a five-day diplomatic tour of Europe, is defending U.S. antiterrorism tactics, insisting that the practices comply with U.S. and international law. The United States has been accused by human rights groups of practicing "rendition," where suspects are taken