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  • In Pictures Speakers in support of the MEK

    Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani addressed a rally on Sept. 23, 2010 in protest against the presence of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad at the UN. The MEK-linked event is one of many where Mr. Giuliani has advocated taking the MEK off the US terrorism list. He spoke beside a portrait of the Paris-based MEK leader Maryam Rajavi.

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  • Backchannels Lobbyists for listed Iranian terror group face new scrutiny

    Retired US politicians, generals, and officials have been lobbying on behalf of the Iranian group MEK, listed as a terrorist group by the State Department. 

  • With deadline looming to close MEK's Camp Ashraf in Iraq, what next?

    With deadline looming to close MEK's Camp Ashraf in Iraq, what next?

    Camp Ashraf, home to militants opposed to the Iran regime who are also unpopular in Iraq, faces year-end closure. Some fear there could be violence and even suicide, but there are signs of a negotiated settlement.

  • Iranian group's big-money push to get off US terrorist list

    Iranian group's big-money push to get off US terrorist list

    SPECIAL INVESTIGATION: A roster of influential former US officials is speaking at rallies in support of removing the MEK, an Iranian opposition group with a violent anti-American history, from the US terrorist list. A decision is expected within weeks.

  • In Pictures Speakers in support of the MEK

    Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani addressed a rally on Sept. 23, 2010 in protest against the presence of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad at the UN. The MEK-linked event is one of many where Mr. Giuliani has advocated taking the MEK off the US terrorism list. He spoke beside a portrait of the Paris-based MEK leader Maryam Rajavi.

  • Gallery Controversial US Generals

    Gen. Benedict Arnold, 1780: This infamous Revolutionary War general became synonymous with treason when he tried to hand over his command post, the American fort at West Point, N.Y., to the British. After the plot was exposed, Arnold joined the British Army as a brigadier general. Arnold is seen here in a copy of an engraving by John Trumbull made in 1879.

  • McChrystal's Afghanistan comments: insightful or sedition?

    McChrystal's Afghanistan comments: insightful or sedition?

    The US commander in Afghanistan essentially dismissed one White House option as 'short-sighted.' Does civilian control of the military mean McChrystal should keep his mouth shut?

  • Opinion Why baseball balked at integrity

    Profits trumped drug policy. It's time for Congress to take the reins.