He's merely a person of interest in an attempt to gather facts.
Asks what Michael Hayden would think of family members being treated to the methods cited in report.
A good apology from a self-professed good person.
Nancy Snyderman has apparently restored the normalcy in her life.
A guy who has disappeared from the public eye is negotiating his network interview. All off the record, too.
Is there any reason a publication cannot simply cover, like, 'politics and culture'?
Media critics are writing about "Stonewalled," but who else is?
And they don't get too far.
Presumably the other cable networks don't qualify as such.
Ashoka Mukpo had previously worked in Liberia as a human rights advocate