TCTI: Too Crazy To Ignore
Dave Ross

The most shocking part of that intelligence report

As gruesome as it was, I don't think it will shock many people that the CIA was capable of using torture in the aftermath of the 9-11 attacks.

Can our enemies really get any angrier?

Today, Democrats are releasing what by all accounts is a graphic intelligence report on the CIA's torture of terrorism suspects in the wake of the 9-11 attacks.

Zoning out in the cockpit

Everybody zones out while driving. You have automatic transmission, cruise control, collision-avoiding brake systems, computer-assisted parallel parking - there's nothing else to do except try to text without getting caught.

Finally - an immigration vote!

The House of Representatives has finally taken an immigration vote, overwhelmingly passing what Republicans called, "The Preventing Executive Overreach on Immigration Act of 2014." And what Democrats called, "cynical, and unwarranted legislation."

Finally, hands across the aisle

We hear all the time that bipartisanship has disappeared.

Maybe it's not what you eat, but when you eat it

At California's Salk Institute for Biological Studies, researchers took a group of mice, and fed them fatty foods.

They're looking at you, but are they talking to you?

Last spring, I tried out Google Glass - the eyeglass computer that let you read the New York Times and monitor your Twitter feed while carrying on a conversation. One of Google's eyewear evangelists took me through a demonstration last spring.

Janay Rice spells out an inconvenient truth

Ever since the two videos of Ray Rice decking wife-to-be Janay in an elevator became sensation, domestic violence experts have portrayed Janay as a victim in denial.

Is anyone reading that transcript?

The implication of the Hands Up Don't Shoot demonstrations is that if you're black, the cops will stop you for no reason.

Why the grand jury ruled as it did

The transcript of the grand jury proceeding in the Michael Brown shooting fills 4,799 pages. And it shows that some of the witnesses against police officer Darren Wilson would have had serious credibility problems had the case gone to trial.

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