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Littwin: The lowest Trumpian low – traumatizing children in order to...

Let’s be clear on this. The cruelty taking place on our borders is intentional and not an unfortunate byproduct of an ill-conceived law. Yes, the...

Wiretap: The latest NRA position is that guns don’t kill, they...

As the gun-violence argument seems to taking hold, the NRA seems to be shifting its argument. If you watched the NRA’s Wayne LaPierre at...

Wiretap: Welcome to the Dreamers Show, as hosted by one Donald...

In an effort to show he was not the unfit leader portrayed in “Fire and Fury,” Donald Trump let the world watch his sort-of...

Littwin: Committed to #winning the war on terror, in the same...

  It was sad to watch, but, I guess, inevitable. In delivering a strong and decisive speech on how to deal with the ISIS threat,...

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...

Littwin on Senate-CIA spat: This time, no one is fleeing to...

The CIA-versus-Dianne Feinstein and Mark Udall story has got everything -- lying, stealing, bullying, spying, mendacity, audacity, betrayal and, of course, because it's 2014, hacking.

Wiretap: Udall on frontline in escalating Senate-CIA battle over snooping

The fight went semi-public in a March 4 letter to Barack Obama in which Colorado U.S. Senator Mark Udall spoke of “unprecedented action [i.e., computer snooping] taken by the CIA against the [Intelligence] Committee."

Wiretap: It couldn’t just disappear; it did disappear

Lost: What could have happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.

Disturbed man, guns, death: Not shocked, beyond shocked

It is too soon to know why it happened or exactly how it happened. But we know this: A man walked into the Navy Yard in Washington D.C. Monday morning and killed at least 12 people and was himself killed.

Udall introduces bill to ensure that Americans cannot be held indefinitely...

Today, Senator Mark Udall, a member of the Senate Armed Services and Intelligence committees, announced that he has joined Intelligence Committee Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein in introducing the Due Process Guarantee Act of 2011, to clarify that American citizens apprehended inside the United States cannot be indefinitely detained by the military.