A federal appeals court says two Americans who worked for an Iraqi contracting firm can move forward with a lawsuit that accuses former U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld of being responsible for U.S. forces allegedly torturing them.The ruling Monday from the 7th U.S.
Here are some tidbits about Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel: He once worked at Arby’s, he volunteered as a civilian with the Israel Defense Forces and he’s a graduate of New Trier Township High School. Why is that last bit worth noting?
As Donald Rumsfeld might say, there are known knowns and known unknowns. And one known known is that the passage of time doesn't appear to have mellowed Rumsfeld.In an interview with NPR's Steve Inskeep, the former Bush administration defense secretary was as feisty as ever.
Among the most talked about stories of the morning are the early peeks in The Washington Post and The New York Times at former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's memoir, which goes on sale next week.A few highlights from the Post's report:— Rumsfeld "goes so far as to dep