In the new book “The Information Diet: A Case for Conscious Consumption” Clay Johnson illustrates with his use of many credible examples that “just as junk food can lead to obesity, junk information can lead to new forms of ignorance.”
A federal jury in Boston found a Sudbury man guilty Tuesday of conspiring to help al-Qaeda and plotting to kill U.S. soldiers in Iraq.
A prosecutor has told a jury that a Massachusetts man on trial for terror-related charges “was motivated by and inspired by” the leaders of al-Qaida.
We got him. It took ten long years but the sworn oath to “always get our man” stills holds water.
The Unite States, its shaky relationship with Pakistan, and the war in Afghanistan were some of the prime topics at a town hall meeting at Faneuil Hall on Saturday hosted by Senator John Kerry.
U.S. Sen. John Kerry promised the Pakistani people Tuesday that a jailed U.S. embassy worker will be subjected to a U.S. criminal investigation if he is released by the Pakistani government.
A respected Harvard educator says the release of thousands private transmissions on WikiLeaks will hurt U.S. diplomatic relations. Chief Correspondent Joe Shortsleeve found out the same professor also supports the right of the media to make this material public.