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Alberto R. Gonzales (born August 4, 1955) was the 80th, and the first Hispanic United States Attorney General, appointed in February of 2005 by President George W. Bush, becoming...

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  • Democrats defend Holder from GOP

      News Source: The Hill | 9 days ago
    Senate Democrats are rallying to Attorney General Eric Holder's defense. They argue Republicans are wrong to suggest he is overly partisan, or that he is more uncooperative with Congress compared to past attorneys general. I guess they don't like
  • Federal death penalty trial set to open in Hawaii

      News Source: Charlotte Observer Online | 1 month ago
    A Honolulu courtroom is set to become the scene of a death penalty trial even though Hawaii abolished capital punishment in 1957. Opening statements are scheduled for Tuesday in the trial of a former Hawaii-based Army soldier accused of beating his 5-
  • Targeting Americans with drones OK, says ex-Bush attorney general

      News Source: CNN | 2 months ago
    Attorney General Alberto Gonzales told CNN on Tuesday. "They've been very, very effective in the war on terror," the former George W. Bush appointee told CNN's "New Day." "It's a wonderful technology." Two key decisions would be involved -- whether
  • Welcome to the American Plutocracy

      News Source: The Progressive | 3 months ago
    Even those who recognize the problem and take to the streets to speak out against Wall Street and the big banks only address the tip of this massive, opaque iceberg we've crashed into. The truth is, the United States no longer has a government of, by
  • DODGING THE PINK SLIPTop government officials rarely get fired for scandals

      News Source: Fox | 3 months ago
    Everyone who works for someone does so knowing that at any time, they might be handed the pink slip. Don't do your best at the job you have, and it's sure to come sooner than later.  In Washington, things work ... differently.  A look at presidential
  • The Washington Way: Top officials rarely fired in times of scandal

      News Source: Fox News | 3 months ago
    Everyone who works for someone does so knowing that at any time, they might be handed the pink slip. Don't do your best at the job you have, and it's sure to come sooner than later.  In Washington, things work ... differently.  A look at presidential
  • An NPR news show, reconsidered

      News Source: Politico | 4 months ago
    The move west earlier this year for NPR's weekend version of All Things Considered marked something of a seismic shift for the long-running news program. And the relocation to NPR West in Culver City, Calif., wasn't the only major shakeup for the
  • Force questioned in Calif. homeless man's death

      News Source: Sacramento Bee | 4 months ago
    A former FBI agent testified Monday that two California police officers who are on trial in the death of a mentally ill, homeless man used excessive force and violated police protocol. John Wilson, the prosecution's expert use-of-force witness, said


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