Courts Challenge White House Antiterror Authority

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The broad presidential powers invoked by the Bush administration after Sept. 11, 2001, to detain suspected terrorists outside the courts is being challenged by the federal courts, the government branch the White House hoped to circumvent, says the New York Times. Two appellate court rulings yesterday questioned crucial parts of the administration legal strategy. The
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