The latest news on military courts
Almost ten years after his capture, the alleged September 11 mastermind will be tried in court.
U.S. and Afghan lawmakers disagree about where the alleged soldier-turned-murderer should be tried.
Should KSM and other suspected 9/11 terrorists be tried in military or civilian courts?
Supporters say they’re best equipped and proven; doubters cite security and cost.
Should Terrorism Suspects Be Prosecuted in Civilian Courts?
Say what you will about Bush, but he did prevent additional terrorist attacks.
National security law expert Glenn Sulmasy makes 4 national security proposals.
Today's selection of timely reports.
The recent Supreme Court decision reverses precedent and endangers our security, Glenn Sulmasy argues.
The Supreme Court's 'Boumediene' decision reaffirmed an important right under our Constitution.