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President Obama approves new rules allowing federal agents to interrogate terror suspects without reading them their rights
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Democrat Rep. Keith Ellison chokes up remembering a 9/11 first responder who was smeared because of his Muslim faith
The Republican investigating the radicalization of American Muslims was once a backer of Irish terrorists
The president lifts a two-year freeze on military trials for terror suspects detained at Guantanamo Bay, with a few tweaks to the Bush system he's long criticized
A New York Republican begins his controversial House Homeland Security Committee hearings on radical Islam this week. What are the likely consequences?
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