President Barack Obama responds to questions on Russia's intervention in Syria during a news conference in the State Dining Room of the White House, October 2, 2015, in Washington, D.C.
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October 30, 2015 NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with New York Times reporter Charlie Savage about his new book, Power Wars: Inside Obama's Post-9/11 Presidency.
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When they were on the same team: Vice President Dick Cheney and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in 2008.
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September 1, 2011 She also disputes his account of her crying during one meeting. "I don't remember coming to the vice president tearfully about anything in the entire eight years that I knew him," Rice tells Reuters.
September 10, 2010 Charles and Gregory Fried, father and son, the former a Reagan solicitor general, the latter, a philosophy professor, argue against torture in their new book, saying it is never permissible. But they differ on whether officials should be prosecuted.
June 21, 2009 The Ombudsman's office has received a slew of emails challenging NPR's policy of using the words "harsh interrogation tactics" or "enhanced interrogation techniques" to describe the treatment of terrorism suspects under the Bush administration. ...
September 17, 2008 At the Newseum: Bob Woodward
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April 16, 2008 Why did the New York Times hold the warrantless wiretap story for over a year? The reporter tells his story.
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