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Va. The government is rapidly expanding the number of names it accepts for inclusion on its terrorist watch list, with more than 1.5 million added in the last five years, according to numbers divulged by the government in a civil lawsuit. About 99
The litigation equivalent of the nuclear option."...Bush at the White House on January 7, 2009 During the 2008 presidential campaign, Barack Obama hammered George W...Obama promised that his would be the most transparent and open administration ever .
Virginia (AP) A federal judge on Wednesday allowed a U.S. man's challenge to his placement on the no-fly list to go forward, three years after he was stranded in Kuwait...District Judge Anthony Trenga issued a 32-page written ruling rejecting
Va. A Virginia man was back in a federal courtroom more than two years after he first challenged his apparent placement on the government's no-fly list. Gulet (GOO'-lett) Mohamed of Alexandria filed the lawsuit in January 2011 when he was barred
Va. (AP) — The words hit Aziz Nouhaili like a punch to the gut: After the U.S. Embassy in Kuwait confiscated his passport, an official told him he should no longer consider himself as a U.S. citizen. Nouhaili, a naturalized U.S.
January 26, 2011 Gulet Mohamed, a Virginia teenager, is back home after being forced to stay in Kuwait for more than a month. He says he couldn't return because he was on the U.S. no-fly list...And while the no-fly list has grown in recent years, the
A 19-year-old Virginia teenager who says he was kidnapped and tortured by Kuwaiti authorities and placed on a "no-fly" list that prevented him from going home has returned to the United States and been reunited with his family. FBI agents questioned
Va. (AP) — A Virginia teenager who claims he was beaten and tortured while stuck in Kuwait for a month after he was apparently placed on the U.S. government's no-fly list was reunited with his family at a Washington-area airport Friday.
No-fly lists were set up to protect Americans against potential threats. They are designed to prevent terrorist suspects from boarding planes to and from the United States. But the teen's lawyer, Gadeir Abbas, says in the lawsuit that the United
S A Virginia teenager who says he was beaten and whipped while detained in Kuwait is on his way back to the United States...A Virginia teenager who says he was beaten and whipped while detained in Kuwait is on his way back to the United States.