By Andrew P. Napolitano
The president's men trash the Constitution to pursue antagonists
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Honolulu fire officials will try to determine the age and type of fireworks inside a bunker that exploded, killing five people, as they continue their probe into what caused the blast.
The U.S. government rested its much-watched perjury case against a former CIA agent from Cuba on Thursday — after an 11-week parade of 23 witnesses — and the defense immediately began presenting its version of key events.
A New York Times reporter who interviewed an elderly ex-CIA operative and got him to admit masterminding bombings at top Cuban tourist sites in 1997 is set to testify at his perjury trial, despite long fighting court orders compelling her to do so.
America's self-proclaimed toughest sheriff says he is miffed after he was invited to read to a group of Phoenix sixth-graders — and then was uninvited for being too controversial.
A federal judge on Tuesday delayed for another week the perjury trial of an elderly ex-CIA agent while she considers defense claims that prosecutors deliberately delayed turning over documents that showed a witness had worked for Cuban counterintelligence.
Three officials from Cuba are expected to testify in the U.S. trial of a former CIA operative and anti-communist militant accused of lying during immigration hearings in Texas — a rare example of cooperation between two governments paralyzed by more than a half-century of frigid relations.
A federal prosecutor told jurors Wednesday that an ex-CIA agent and nemesis of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro "can do anything he wants to the Cuban regime" but broke federal law when he lied about it under oath while seeking American citizenship.
Cuba accused the top U.S. diplomat in the country yesterday of delivering mail to political dissidents that contained money from a Miami-based anti-Castro exile group whose leader is in jail in the U.S. on weapons charges.