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Wiretap: Really, though, what president could break up our national partisan...

The reason presidents fail these days is that we want something that they can't deliver. That's because we can't deliver it either. Living in...

Udall blasts CIA for lying, demands accountability

In a speech just ended on the floor of the U.S. Senate today, outgoing Colorado Sen. Mark Udall called out the CIA and President...

Wiretap: Living with the intelligence community we deserve

Barack Obama stepped lightly around the Senate Intelligence Report on CIA torture, knowing that he can condemn what happened in the dark days after...

Polis, horrified by torture report, calls for Congress to ‘double down’...

The responses from elected officials are coming fast in the wake of the release of CIA torture report. Colorado U.S. Rep Jared Polis, a...

Udall, transparency advocates herald release of macabre CIA torture report

Today the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee released declassified information from a report detailing shocking and macabre use of torture by operatives of the Central Intelligence Agency...

Watchdogs hound Udall: Release CIA torture report

Government watchdogs who have been alarmed by national security overreach lost a champion on Capitol Hill this week when U.S. Senator Mark Udall failed in his bid for re-election, but they see a silver lining in his defeat.

Udall ad depicts privacy advocate battling Bush, Obama

  The Mark Udall campaign has taken a break from its reproductive-rights-themed campaign, notoriously labeled "obnoxious" by The Denver Post, with an ad that touts the senator's...

GenOpp out with a LOL-er anti-Udall ad

  Hehe. But seriously "Tech Support" is the funniest ad I've seen this election cycle from the Koch-funded millennials group Generation Opportunity. Granted the laugh-bar was set...

Udall so quiet on his big issue even the NSA can’t...

On the face of it, putting some congressional guardrails on the National Security Agency’s now notorious dragnet collection of citizens’ private communication data seems like the perfect stump for Udall and not a bad bet for Gardner.

Wiretap: Facing torture past with a redaction pen

  The White House released a redacted torture report to the Senate Intelligence Committee, and an unhappy Dianne Feinstein sent it right back. The committee's...
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