In 2004, Steve Wood was deployed to Guantánamo Bay, as a member of the Oregon National Guard. He and his comrades were told that many of the detainees were responsible for 9/11 and, given the opportunity, would strike again.
Archives for April 15, 2019
ERIC BAPTESTE is on a hunt for life, but not as we know it. He doesn’t think we have to sift through Martian soils or trawl lunar oceans to find these entities. His hunting ground is far closer to home: the human body. A realist might say that Bapteste’s mission is doomed to fail.
George Prescott Bush wants you to know that he is not low-energy. At least, that’s the distinct impression I got when I encountered Bush, the elder son of Jeb and leading repository for the hopes of an endangered political dynasty, one January morning at a CrossFit gym in Austin, Texas.
American Airlines, after saying for months that its pilots didn’t need additional ground-simulator experience on Boeing 737 MAX jets, is moving to add such instruction to existing training sessions.
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