Biden Administration Punts on Due Process Rights for Guantánamo Detainees

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration pulled back on Friday from a Trump-era claim that detainees at the Guantánamo Bay wartime prison have no due process rights under the Constitution. But it stopped short of declaring that noncitizens held at the American naval base in Cuba are covered by such legal protections, according to officials familiar with the matter.

Instead, in a much-anticipated brief before the full Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, the Justice Department took no position on the question of whether Guantánamo detainees have any due process rights. The muddled outcome followed a sharp internal

Live Updates: Turmoil in Haiti Could Fuel Humanitarian Catastrophe

General Luis Fernando Navarro, center, the commander of the Colombian armed forces, and General Jorge Luis Vargas, right, the head of the national police, at a news conference on Friday about former Colombian soldiers accused of participating in the assassination of Haiti’s president, Jovenel Moïse.
Credit…Ivan Valencia/Associated Press

A clearer picture of the group that Haiti accuses of assassinating President Jovenel Moïse emerged on Friday as officials in the Colombian defense ministry identified 13 suspects by name and said all were former members of the Colombian military.

Two had been killed, the officials said,

Questions to Ask When Getting a New Modern Front Door

What Specific Door Style Do You Want?

The styles of front doors are as different as the architectural styles of houses. This means that whether you want a traditional panel door, a multi-light door, or a solid wooden door featuring an arched top, you can be sure to find something that suits your own taste and style. 

No matter what your chosen door style might be, there are three primary factors you should consider and these are style, security, and energy efficiency. Doors serve as the entry point yet only you, the members of your family, and your guests should …

He Couldn’t Remember That We Broke Up

I used to receive messages like this from my ex-boyfriend: “Did we have a joke about flamingos?” And: “How did I get the scar on my hand?”

They weren’t invitations for a trip down memory lane; he was asking because he couldn’t remember.

We liked flamingos for their flamboyance,” I said. “The scar is from when you dropped a scalpel in your studio.”

I wasn’t just his ex-girlfriend; I had become the sole repository of our shared memories.

I met Sam in London when he was 20 and I was 24. After three years, I felt him drifting away.

President Jovenel Moïse’s Assassination: Haiti Seizes 2 American Suspects

Jovenel Moïse, Haitian officials said Thursday night as they paraded the suspects before the news media and asserted that “foreigners” had been involved in the brazen attack.

At a news conference at National Police Headquarters with the interim prime minister, the American men were described as being of Haitian descent and were identified as Joseph Vincent and James Solages.

Haitian security officials had earlier described Mr. Solages as a resident of South Florida who had been apprehended on Wednesday during the manhunt for the assailants. A Canadian government official said that Mr. Solages was briefly employed as a reserve bodyguard …