Topic: U.S. House Committee on the Judiciary
There’s no excuse for misquoting and misunderstanding the US Constitution. But public figures ranging from Nancy Pelosi to Rush Limbaugh do it all the time.
09/17/2010 12:01 pm
Daniel Schorr passed away Friday in Washington, DC. Daniel Schorr was a columnist for the Christian Science Monitor and worked at NPR after a long career at CBS News.
07/23/2010 03:22 pm
US officials on Tuesday unveiled both long-term and short-term approaches to the BP oil spill. The strategy includes criminal investigations.
06/01/2010 06:32 pm
With hearings into the Deepwater Horizon accident ongoing in Louisiana and Washington, survivors' tales are coming out. They paint a picture of chaos and desperation after the explosion and offer hints about what might have caused the BP oil spill.
05/27/2010 03:02 pm
US Attorney General Eric Holder met Wednesday with a group of police chiefs, who bolstered Mr. Holder's own criticisms of the Arizona immigration law.
05/26/2010 06:54 pm
Some lawmakers in Hawaii are tired of hearing from Obama birthers. They say responding wastes time and money.
03/17/2010 08:35 pm
Bush administration lawyers who wrote the so-called "torture memos" exercised "poor judgment" in writing legal opinions that “contained significant flaws," according to the Justice Department. But they weren't guilty of professional misconduct that might have meant disbarment.
02/20/2010 01:40 pm
South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford faces censure, not impeachment, after his summertime disappearance to consort with his mistress. Some lawmakers are having a hard time becoming reconciled to that outcome.
12/17/2009 11:44 am
A panel of lawmakers voted to rebuke South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford for disgracing the office, but stopped short of impeachment. Sanford says he won’t resign, vowing to fill out his term through 2010.
12/16/2009 06:32 pm