The president's intervention politicized the agency's decision-making process.
Debates about torture's effectiveness open the door for potential future reprises.
Beyond the revelations in the CIA torture report, the spectacle of Republican leaders defending torture is equally disturbing.
As Sen. Dianne Feinstein's (D-Calif.) report indicates today, the situation was worse than anyone thought.
Obama's executive action establishes an energetic model for future presidents.
It is bad enough when an agency spends taxpayer money foolishly; even worse when those expenditures undermine conclusions of another agency.
News flash: The global war on terrorism isn't working.
It makes people think about what's worth spending money on and what isn't.
Today's struggle for LGBT rights, both home and abroad, will be a substantive element of the Obama legacy.
Laurence Tribe makes some farfetched arguments against the EPA climate rule.