An attack in broad daylight in London on Wednesday is drawing a swift response — and a possible terror link — from the highest authorities. Reports suggest two men chased down another man with their car before getting out, attacking him with a machete, and dragging him through the city streets.
As usual, the Connecticut Independent catches flak
The judge has given the prosecution until Wednesday to make the case
Hutaree, an armed Michigan group, was preparing for the Antichrist
The story behind the Twitter-fueled "flash mobs"
John Bedell opens fire on two Pentagon cops, finger-pointing follows
Once the darling of right-leaning pundits, James O'Keefe takes a fall
Their investigation into the failings of the criminal justice system surfaces a little-discussed business lobby
First reactions to a Nigerian man's alleged attempt to light a bomb on a Detroit-bound plane
Staying in character throughout the hold-up, gunman insists he has to "pay his elves"
After years of partnership, friendly relations are starting to fray
The fourth attempt to convict the one-time mobster ends in another mistrial. Pundits tell the feds to let it go.
Attorney General Eric Holder insists that the avowed 9/11 plotter will be found guilty. Is he misguided?
The odds of being killed in Baltimore last year were 1 in 2,735
Yet the case is re-igniting debate over the death penalty
The second shooting spree in less than 48 hours sends shockwaves throughout the Internet
Top-down plans intended to thwart violence have many pundits asking whether it's the culture that needs to change
The Atlantic Wire's definitive guide to what notable commentators are saying about the notorious director
As Polanski's lawyers try to stop his extradition to the United States, three columnists call for different forms of punitive justice
Many American columnists can't understand why Europe wants Roman Polanski to be free
Columnists and bloggers takes sides on the controversial director's arrest three decades after he sexually assaulted a minor
Bill Sparks, hanged on a tree with "fed" written on his chest, raises the risks of wild speculation
Journalists and citizens are asking what Annie Le's murder can tell us about Yale and about our society--and some are very angry
William Bratton's departure has prompted accolades from within and without Los Angeles.
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