Law

Corporate Spying, Pretexting, and Beyond

September 21, 2006

A look at the Hewlett-Packard case, techniques used to gain private information, and the debate over legal remedies.

Moazzam Begg: "Enemy Combatant" (The New Press)

September 19, 2006

A second-generation British Muslim accused by the U.S. of being a terrorist provides a first-person account of his experience as a Guantanamo Bay detainee. Reporter Tim Golden, who has written about Moazzam Begg and the prison camp at...

Louise Richardson: "What Terrorists Want" (Random House)

September 14, 2006

A terrorism expert examines the motivations of militant groups across the world and how to contain their violence.

Military Commissions

September 14, 2006

The debate heats up over new rules for military commissions for accused terrorists. Congress and the White House wrangle over reforming a system ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court.

Sandra Day O'Connor (Rebroadcast)

July 4, 2006

The first female Supreme Court justice discusses her life on and after the court, and recent comments on threats to judicial independence.

Monitoring Bank Records, Counterterrorism and Privacy

June 26, 2006

Details and analysis of a newly-revealed Bush administration program to secretly collect international bank records.

Sandra Day O'Connor

June 23, 2006

The first female Supreme Court justice discusses her life on and after the court, and recent comments on threats to judicial independence.

News Roundup

June 23, 2006

A panel of journalists joins Diane for review and analysis of the week's top national and international news stories.

Separation of Powers

May 30, 2006

Analysis of the current interplay between the branches of government, from the Rep. William Jefferson case to wartime initiatives.

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