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The Swampby James Oliphant The Judiciary Committee has cranked up the hearing again after a lunch break.(I had a cobb salad.) Because of the 12-7 imbalance on the committee, the Republicans are done speaking for the moment. Right now, Delaware's senator,......
Tags: Republican Party, Patrick Leahy, Government, Arlen Specter, Utah
The SwampSonia Sotomayor continues her testimony Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee (Win McNamee/Getty Images) by James Oliphant We're back at Hart 216 for the third day of the Sotomayor Supreme Court hearings. Stay here for real time analysis during....
Top of the TicketToday was supposed to be the deadline for Democrats to bring a jobs bill to the Senate floor. But this weekend's epic snowstorm shuttered Washington, turning the roads into snow banks and shutting down staples of normalcy -- like the......
Sunday morning: Hillary Clinton, Robert Gates make the rounds; ‘Reliable Sources’ analyzes Tiger Woods’ returnThe TV Guy» Orlando Sentinel – The TV GuySecretary of State Hillary Clinton and Secretary of Defense Robert Gates will be frequent presences on the Sunday morning talk-show circuit. They will discuss the U.S.-Russian treaty to reduce nuclear arms. Clinton and Gates talk to NBC's “Meet...
The Swampby Michael Muskal President Obama will meet with senators from both parties on April 21 to discuss the upcoming vacancy on the Supreme Court, the White House announced today. Scheduled to appear are Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada,......
The Swampby Mark Silva As President Barack Obama sets out to nominate his second member of the Supreme Court, he will meet today with leaders of both parties in the Senate who will be instrumental in confirming -- or resisting --......
The Swampby Mark Silva and updated President Barack Obama said today that he will recommend an appointee for the Supreme Court soon. Obama, weighing a field of as many as 10 potential candidates -- with most observers believing the real search......
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNewt Gingrich, the former speaker of the House of Representatives who has become a leading conservative critic, today backed away from his comments that Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor was a racist but continued to question whether her philosophy...
FOX 5 San Diego StaffWASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama tapped federal appeals judge Sonia Sotomayor for the Supreme Court on Tuesday, officials said, making her the first Hispanic in history picked to wear the robes of a justice. If confirmed by the Senate,...
ARIANNA HUFFINGTON, a contributing editor to Opinion, is the editor in chief of huffingtonpost.com.THERE IS A subject being forgotten in the 2008 Democratic race for the White House. While all the major candidates are vying for the black and Latino vote, they are completely ignoring one of the most pressing issues affecting those constituencies: the...
I have read with great disappointment the Op-Ed article by Morris D. Davis, former chief prosecutor for the Office of Military Commissions, particularly his comments with regard to Susan Crawford, the military commissions convening authority. Since...
Tags: Judges, Trials, Crime, Law and Justice, Lawyers, Justice System
In acquitting a former Marine accused of a war crime in Iraq, a federal jury in Riverside has done more than render a verdict to the best of its ability. It also has cast doubt on the notion that acts committed in the fog of war can't be fairly...
Tags: Judges, Trials, War Crimes, Death, Crimes
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