The former Times reporter explains how the government influenced the paper to suppress his post-9/11 reporting, citing national security concerns.
The U.N. treaty was signed after weeks of negotiations that were not attended by any of the nine nuclear-armed states, which include America, Russia and North Korea.
Two dozen former U.S. intelligence officials urge the president to reconsider his claims blaming the Syrian government for chemical deaths last week and de-escalate tensions with Russia.
Judith Miller says the whistleblower cost American lives. She's one to talk.
Former New York Times journalist Judith Miller is back in the news, doing what all self-respecting members and corollary players from the Bush era have done, knowing what they know now. That's right -- she's on a nationwide book tour.
Eighty-two years after Roosevelt's famous call to hope, the Israeli prime minister stood before Congress to deliver a nearly opposite appeal. The facts do not support his dire warning on Iran.
In his first interview with Western media, Iran's newly elected president said he speaks "with full power" and "complete authority" when he says "under no circumstances would we seek any weapons of mass destruction, including nuclear weapons, nor will we ever."
"We want to join the convention on the prohibition of chemical weapons," and with those words, attributed to Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem, an American entry into Syria's civil war may be averted -- but there remain serious obstacles to peace.
The White House is certain of Bashar Assad's culpability, despite a lack of proof.