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Updated January 7, 2005 - 11:20 PM EST
Gonzales Defends His Stand on Torture
Rumsfeld Seeks Broad Review of Iraq Policy
Iraqi Intel Chief: Resistance Is Up to 30,000 Strong
Deadliest Day for US Soldiers in Three Weeks
Sources: Neocon Bolton to Quit State Dept
Trickle of Abuse Reports Becoming a Torrent
Army Seeks Longer Use of Reservists
Rights Groups Voice Concerns About Gonzales
American Gothic: Self-Portrait With Shackles  by Tom Engelhardt
Supporting Torture Is Not Gonzales' Greatest Sin  by Brian Foley
Israel Should Dump the Checkpoints  by Amira Hass
Gonzales: The Fight Is On
by Bruce Shapiro
From Alberto to the Insurgency
by David DeBatto
The Neocons' Hands in Aceh
by Sidney Blumenthal

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