If you had any doubt that ousting Michele Bachmann from the Intelligence Committee should be a no-brainer, check out this video.FROM LAST WEEK: Jim Graves will run again next year, setting up rematch with Bachmann [UPDATE] Bachmann, who remains on the committee despite a recent 200,000-person petiti ... More >>
The maker of The Hurt Locker explores the darkness behind capturing Osama Bin Laden
"La Luna," "A Morning Stroll," and more
The sixth district congresswoman accuses the president of telling the alleged 9/11 mastermind to plead not guilty.
Minnesota's very own fly in the ointment of airline security platitudes is ready to lampoon the Transportation Safety Administration. Again.
It made us throw up a little bit on our coffee table.
Steroids vs. Torture: Or why Jose Canseco needs to talk like Dick Cheney.
It's Not Torture, but This Latest Mideast Thriller's As Conventional As They Come
Amnesiac-spy trilogy culminates in a thrilling 'Ultimatum'
In early May, Acting General Counsel of the CIA John Rizzo will have the uncomfortable honor of testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee in an open hearing to determine whether the first word of his title will be removed.
The tragic death of one of America's most important investigative journalists
Gay marriage in the Spanish military, protesting Victoria's Secret in Racine, the CIA shuts down bin Laden tracking unit, Vespa pin-up girls, learning to breakdance with Mr. T, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
Petroleum-based spy thriller fails to strike black gold
Local physician and author Steve Miles examines the forensic record of U.S. abuses in Iraqi prisons
Rumsfeld rakes it in, Bob Tilton toots it out, Johnny Depp sucks you in, the Minnesota blog of the day leaves you out and more...
Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald isn't finished with the Bush White House yet
Wilson and Plame get ready to sue the Bush Administration, Charize Theron brings Aeon Flux to life, Morley Safer dresses to kill, the Minnesota blog of the day and more...
Don't look now, but Karl Rove's on a grand jury hot seat Coming off the 4th of July holiday, all eyes in media are fixed on the massing armies of lobbyists and special pleaders set to do battle over Sandra Day O'Connor's seat on the Supreme Court. But there's a story coming up beneath it with the p ... More >>
No White House since Richard Nixon's has loathed the press as avidly as the Bush crew does. So it was a bit of dreary irony yesterday when Time magazine announced it would turn over to the government a staff reporter's notes on confidential sources: In this matter, the administration is nearly a ... More >>
FRIDAY MORNING NEWS CRUISE: WAL-MART NO, WOLFIE YES, AND THE SHOCKING DETAILS OF THE ST. PATRICK'S DAY MASSACRE In the Strib: The town of Ham Lake says no to Wal-Mart; Northwest Airlines to trim fleet and cut 900 jobs; St. Paul Mayor Randy Kelly is not a very nice man; CJ reveals that "Joe Milliona ... More >>
The Bush administration's top 40 lies about war and terrorism
In recent weeks, the press and some Democrats have finally taken up a critical White House deception about Iraq and uranium. What took them so long? And what about all the other lies?
Gary Webb's new book Dark Alliance exposes the CIA/crack connection--and the media's complicity in killing the story
Even the paranoid have real enemies.
Gulf War Syndrome and How It All Began
Nguyen Cao Son and his fellow South Vietnamese soldiers were part of a secret U.S. spy commando force--so secret, in fact, that the American government turned its back and let him spend 14 years in North Vietnamese prison camps.
Press Covers for the Agency's Honor
The TWA incident, Contra coke, and other affairs of the Internet