May

LETTERS

Explaining true cost of the war Terrorizing communities High stakes in Abu-Jamal case Re: Forget the meat! Reader request

EDITORIAL: Scoundrel time

Former Deputy Attorney General James Comey told the Senate Judiciary Committee May 15 that he, as well as then-Attorney General John Ashcroft, FBI Director Robert Mueller and other senior Justice Department officials, threatened to resign en masse in 2004 to protest the National Security Agency’s domestic spying program which they viewed as illegal and unconstitutional.

NATIONAL CLIPS

PITTSBURGH: Flowers of peace for Mother’s Day LAS VEGAS: Clergy rally to bring the troops home ST. PAUL, Minn.: 3M pays $13 million for cleanup MARION, Ala.: Trooper indicted for 1965 shooting of civil rights activist