Salim Ahmed Hamdan, seen here in an undated photo handed out by his defense lawyers, is at the center of a case that could test the limits of presidential powers during wartime. Getty Images For audio excerpts of the oral arguments in the case, click here. The Georgetown University Law Center links to the oral argument online as well (Hamdan’s counsel, by the way, is Georgetown Law Professor, Neal Katyal) [click here]. [Tip from SCOTUSblog]
The International Monetary Fund is a great collector of economic data, globally. You say you want to know the interest rate in Syria? They’ve got it —http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/cat/longres.cfm?sk=18599.0.