Soldier PhoneABC's Nightline has broadcast a shocking interview with two former NSA clerks who were charged with recording and transcribing even intimate telephone conversations between U.S. soldiers stationed in Iraq and their wives back at home.

McCain Country FirstJohn McCain calls himself a maverick and a conservative, and he chose Sarah Palin as his running mate to try to prove it. Does his record really live up to his image as a "maverick conservative"?

Oklahoma City BombingFor more than 13 years, The New American has been a leading force in advancing the thesis that Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols, the convicted conspirators in the April 19, 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City did not act alone, and that the Clinton administration had engaged in a massive coverup of overwhelming evidence pointing to additional co-conspirators, both foreign and domestic, in the deadly bombing.

On October 2, U.S. District Judge Marianne Battani sentenced Mohamad Fouad Abdallah, 40, of Dearborn, Michigan, to eight months in prison for e-mailing death threats to Debbie Schlussel, a Detroit-area conservative columnist, blogger, attorney, and TV-radio commentator.  Abdallah, an avid Hezbollah supporter who had threatened the outspoken Schlussel with rape and murder, claimed in court to be remorseful for the threats, but the judge was unimpressed. "I find it abhorrent," Judge Battani said of Abdallah's sexually obscene threats against Schlussel.

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