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The Strange World Of Guantanamo Bay's War Court
From the tent city it's set up in, to a judge banning defense lawyers from mentioning a former CIA interpreter's having appeared before all of them, the war court in Guantanamo Bay borders on surreal.
Terrorism Fears Complicate Money Transfers For Somali-Americans
Regulations intended to block money from getting to terrorist groups has led the last bank that handles most money transfers from the United States to Somalia to pull out of the business.
Controversial Austrian Law Encourages Teaching Islam In German
Robert Siegel talks to Sebastian Kurz, the Austrian Minister for Foreign Affairs, about revising a 1912 law giving Muslims the same rights as Christians and Jews.
High Court Leans Toward Religious Protection In Headscarf Case
Did Abercrombie & Fitch violate a prohibition against religious discrimination by not hiring a woman who wears a hijab? The company contends it just has a neutral policy against wearing caps.
Rep. Boehner: House Has 'Done Its Job' On Homeland Security Funding
House Speaker John Boehner says the ball is in the Senate's court to stave off a shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security, which is set to run out of money Friday.
When Tech Workers Arrive On Visa, What About Their Spouses?
When tech companies hire foreign workers, their spouses are often not allowed to work. The president's recent executive action on immigration would offer work permits to some of these spouses.
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