The Associated Press investigates a secret Guantanamo Bay facility where the CIA turned prisoners into double agents.
CNN's Jake Tapper helps the right with their latest version of why they should be outraged over the attack on the consulate in Benghazi.
The Guardian's Glenn Greenwald was given a chance to respond to Rep. Peter King's calls for the criminal prosecution of those who report on classified information when he appeared on CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 this Wednesday evening.
Daily Show regular John Oliver made his debut hosting while Jon Stewart is out on a 12-week break and he did a great job as guest host and taking on the recent debacle with the NSA leak, despite the fact that Stewart assured him that "no big news stories ever break out over the summer."
Here's something you don't see every day -- someone in our corporate media actually calling out Republicans for feeding them lies. Good for CBS and Major Garrett.
One of these things is not like the other, but this is what's passing for political debate on CNN this weekend. Republican strategist and dirty trickster Alex Castellanos did his best to help the network continue on their path to becoming Fox-lite with this false equivalency on the drummed up Benghazi "scandal" they're all having the feeding frenzy over this week.
This has to be one of the most pitiful things I've seen in a long time even by Fox's "standards."
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), who calls himself a "proud wacko bird," told CBS News that President Barack Obama was plotting to make immigration reform fail so that Democrats could campaign on it in 2014 and 2016.
Former CIA Deputy Director Phillip Mudd on Sunday told Fox News that Boston bombing suspect Dzokhar Tsarnaev should be charged as a murderer because the crime looked more like the 1999 massacre at Columbine High School in Colorado than an attack planned by al Qaeda.
Conservative radio host Laura Ingraham -- who once <A href="http://mediamatters.org/research/2011/05/05/right-wing-media-figures-reject-obamas-call-for/179380">accused opponents</a> of the Iraq invasion of trying to "subvert America" -- is now blasting the <Em>The Wall Street Journal</em> for beating the "war drums" because the editorial board expressed support for President Barack Obama's use of drones.
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