Read "Carlos Miller: Freedom For Photographers."Blogger, photographer, and cop watchdog Carlos Miller is looking for a new home on the Internet. Yesterday, he announced that Pixiq, the web company that hosts his blog Photgraphy Is Not A Crime, informed him that he has a month to move to another home ... More >>
Gitmo vindicated?When I visited Guantánamo Bay on the eve of President Barack Obama's inauguration, two things seemed certain: that the hated prison would soon be shuttered and that it would go down in history as one of America's worst follies.Two years later, the camp is still running strong an ... More >>
Dubya is in Miami! To be more exact, he's downtown at the Miami Book Fair International, shilling his new memoir, Flapjacks: My Favorite Breakfast Treat. No, that's not right. Decision Points! It's all about the Decider's finest moments of deciding, apparently.Riptide is here, too, to bring you t ... More >>
America prepares to shutter the infamous prison camp, and jihad looms.
Over the weekend, the Pentagon airlifted a slew of reporters and a handful of family members of 9/11 victims to Guantanamo Bay to watch the latest in the trial of five prisoners.What was mostly meant as a photo op turned into a genuine, huge news story when all five detainees, including 9/11 masterm ... More >>
A Miramar family gets the full suspect treatment