Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Thursday that he believes NATO will continue to play a significant role in Afghanistan and that he has no plans to send any additional troops there beyond the 3,300 marines the Pentagon announced earlier this week.
Closed-door testimony before the House Intelligence Committee Wednesday suggests that Jose Rodriguez, who oversaw CIA interrogations, gave the order to destroy interrogation tapes of two suspected Al Qaeda terrorists in 2005 over the agency's objections. Rodriguez's attorneys managed to delay his appearance by demanding immunity.
Unfavorable test results for antidepressant drugs frequently go unpublicized, according to a New England Journal of Medicine article, citing a study by the Oregon Health & Science University. Nearly a third of such studies were never published, said the authors.