Two U.S. citizens, one naturalized and one native-born, have been refused re-entry into the country after an extended stay in Pakistan, unless they agree to FBI interrogations. They are the uncle and cousin of a man who has been convicted of supporting terrorist activity.
Thing is, the FBI has every reason to be suspicious of them, and to want to question them and keep an eye on tem, but they should go about that in a legal way. As it is, these two people are being deprived of their Constitutional right to due process.
Link from Saheli, and her own writeup is here.
Every time I read something like this, I hope that we don't get all huffy with China any time soon. (See? I even said, "we" to refer to the U.S., and I was born in China and everything! I did that without even noticing it till after the fact! Not that it'll make any difference when the time comes...)