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Chicago Tribune
Associated Press sues after FBI impersonates journalist in sting operationAccusing the Justice Department of stonewalling, media company Associated Press
Associated Press sues after FBI impersonates journalist in sting operation
Chicago Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
Accusing the Justice Department of stonewalling, media company Associated Press filed a suit Thursday against the FBI for failing to turn over information under the Freedom of Information Act about a criminal sting operation in which it created a... Read more
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The Washington Times
prisoners still unwelcome at Obama’s White House despite second-chance rhetoricAlthough President Obama has embraced the idea of offering second chances to ex
prisoners still unwelcome at Obama’s White House despite second-chance rhetoric
The Washington Times / Posted 4 days ago
Although President Obama has embraced the idea of offering second chances to ex-prisoners — like removing the box on employment applications asking if a candidate has committed a felony — his ideals have yet to be implemented at the White House,... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Richard Douglas first Republican to enter Md. Senate raceRichard J. Douglas, a former Pentagon official and Capitol Hill lawyer, announc
Richard Douglas first Republican to enter Md. Senate race
Baltimore Sun / Posted 7 days ago
Richard J. Douglas, a former Pentagon official and Capitol Hill lawyer, announced Monday he will run for Senate in Maryland -- becoming the first Republican to enter the race to replace retiring Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski. Douglas, a Navy veteran who... Read more
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WCTV Tallahassee
U.S. Attorney Pamela C. Marsh Announces ResignationNews Release: U.S. Department of JusticeAugust 20, 2015 TALLAHASSEE – Pamela C
U.S. Attorney Pamela C. Marsh Announces Resignation
WCTV Tallahassee / Posted 11 days ago
News Release: U.S. Department of JusticeAugust 20, 2015 TALLAHASSEE – Pamela Cothran Marsh announced her resignation today as United States Attorney for the Northern District of Florida, effective September 4, 2015. Since 2010, U.S. Attorney Marsh... Read more
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Orange County Register
Justice Department presses civil rights agenda in local courtsWASHINGTON – Burlington, Wash., was a small city fighting what seemed like a lo
Justice Department presses civil rights agenda in local courts
Orange County Register / Posted 11 days ago
WASHINGTON – Burlington, Wash., was a small city fighting what seemed like a local lawsuit. Three poor people said that their public lawyers were too overworked to adequately represent them in municipal court cases. The dispute went mostly unnoticed... Read more
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The Washington Times
Police shootings: Officer names routinely withheld amid calls for transparencyFor 17 months after an officer responding to a domestic call fatally shot a man
Police shootings: Officer names routinely withheld amid calls for transparency
The Washington Times / Posted 12 days ago
For 17 months after an officer responding to a domestic call fatally shot a man standing in the doorway of his home, police in the Northern Virginia suburbs of Washington, only provided family members and the public with a bare-bones account of the... Read more
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Washington Post
Remove the Southern belle from her inglorious perchSouthern belles display their unique hats and dresses during the 48th annual Az
Remove the Southern belle from her inglorious perch
Washington Post / Posted 16 days ago
Southern belles display their unique hats and dresses during the 48th annual Azalea Trail Ceremony in March in Panama City, Fla. (Heather Leiphart/Associated Press) The writer is research associate in American Studies at University of Maryland at... Read more
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Roll Call
Chuck Schumer Looks Past Obama Era on Iran DealDemocrats’ Heir Apparent Looks Past Obama Era on Iran Deal Schumer’s oppositio
Chuck Schumer Looks Past Obama Era on Iran Deal
Roll Call / Posted 20 days ago
Democrats’ Heir Apparent Looks Past Obama Era on Iran Deal Schumer’s opposition probably won’t kill the Iran deal or his leadership ambitions. But… (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File Photo) The White House may want Charles E. Schumer tossed overboard as... Read more
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Washington Post
Issue of where to move Guantanamo detainees threatens closure planAn aerial view of the United States Naval Consolidated Brig at the Charleston N
Issue of where to move Guantanamo detainees threatens closure plan
Washington Post / Posted 20 days ago
An aerial view of the United States Naval Consolidated Brig at the Charleston Naval Weapons Station in South Carolina, taken Nov. 12, 2003. (BRAD NETTLES/ASSOCIATED PRESS) A renewed push by the White House to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay,... Read more
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Washington Post
Guantanamo closure plan suffers setback over U.S. site for detaineesAn aerial view of the United States Naval Consolidated Brig at the Charleston N
Guantanamo closure plan suffers setback over U.S. site for detainees
Washington Post / Posted 20 days ago
An aerial view of the United States Naval Consolidated Brig at the Charleston Naval Weapons Station in South Carolina, taken Nov. 12, 2003. (BRAD NETTLES/ASSOCIATED PRESS) A renewed push by the White House to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay,... Read more
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The Washington Times
Michael Hayden: Hillary Clinton’s classified email denial incoherentANALYSIS/OPINION: Secrets. Spies. Statutes. Secretaries. Sounds like free ass
Michael Hayden: Hillary Clinton’s classified email denial incoherent
The Washington Times / Posted 26 days ago
ANALYSIS/OPINION: Secrets. Spies. Statutes. Secretaries. Sounds like free association triggered by some of the stories making the rounds on the 24/7 news networks. There was the announcement that Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard will be paroled after... Read more
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The Washington Times
Inspectors general push Congress to protect watchdogs from Obama adminA group of inspectors general say a recent ruling by the Obama administration r
Inspectors general push Congress to protect watchdogs from Obama admin
The Washington Times / Posted 27 days ago
A group of inspectors general say a recent ruling by the Obama administration requiring federal watchdogs to get permission from agencies they monitor for wiretaps and other investigative information is a “serious threat” to their independence and... Read more
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