He became faint and short of breath during a morning meeting
U.S. Attorney General stands up for six state attorneys general who didn’t defend their states’ gay marriage bans from challenges
New rights for couples include inmate visitation and joint bankruptcy filing, among others
Promises the feds are still working to keep the drug out of young hands, even in states where it’s been legalized
The biggest problem for the booming legal marijuana industry today is where to put its piles of cash. The nation’s top law enforcement official is now encouraging a solution
But only stronger whistle-blower protection laws will allow that to happen, he says
But the attorney general says clemency is out of the question
Federal government’s new guidelines issue advice to teachers and administrators
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In an escalating partisan showdown sparked by a Congressional investigation into a botched gun-trafficking sting, House Republicans voted to hold U.S. Attorney Eric Holder in contempt Wednesday for failing to comply with a …
For Republicans concerned that a lengthy primary could hurt their chances against President Barack Obama in 2012, the biggest worry right now may not be Iowa or New Hampshire. In Texas, a fight between Democrats and Republicans …
I have been to a lot of U.S. Senate hearings, and I can tell you without a doubt that the best U.S. Senate hearings are the ones where U.S. Senators talk about masturbation. Better than war. Better than taxation. Better than Supreme Court confirmation fights. Senate hearings about masturbation easily top the rest.
Back in 2005, …
Yes, the oil spill sucks. And yes, it’s a giant headache not only for Obama (gee, ya think that offshore drilling expansion was tragically …