Creating “Terrorism” Out of Misdemeanors

Newly released documents show that the U.S. Justice Department has greatly broadened how it defines and counts terrorism-related cases, a move that helped justify the department’s call for more funding and greater powers.

Wal-Mart Group’s Ad Equates Opponents With Nazis

Wal-Mart issues ad that accuses a proposition — which would limit store size — of censorship, despite regularly censoring books, music, and magazines

“Sunset Commission” Hands Dangerous Level of Power to President

Hand-picked panel would wield power to eliminate disfavored federal agencies unless overridden by Congress.

Supreme Court Rules Against Immunity for Dow Chemical

Bush Administration filed brief asking Court to protect pesticide companies and deny compensation to victimized farmers.