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Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. hinted last weekend that even if Arizona's statute on cooperative enforcement of federal immigration laws survived a court challenge, his department would find other ways to stop it. "Six months from now, a year from now," he said, the Justice Department might "look at the impact the law has had ... and see whether or not there has been [a] racial-profiling impact. If that was the case, we would have the tools and we would bring suit on that basis."
Four police officers are accused of gunning down two unarmed people in the chaotic aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in the latest twist for a corruption-plagued police department that already faces several federal investigations.
U.S. authorities have detained a 12th person in connection with the Russian spy ring, but the man is not being charged with a crime, four federal law enforcement officials said Tuesday.
The Federal Communications Commission has restarted its review of Comcast's plan to take control of NBC Universal. That is happening after the companies provided the agency with additional details about their businesses.
The Justice Department's latest threat against Arizona is a classic example of reductio ad absurdum. It's constitutional for the federal government to ignore our immigration laws, while it's unconstitutional for the state of Arizona to enforce those same federal laws. It's also constitutional for sanctuary cities such as San Francisco to shield illegal immigrants from federal prosecution. Arizona SB 1070 is a mortal threat to the Obama administration's agenda to flood this nation with millions of illegal immigrants with no little or no consideration for the welfare of unskilled American workers and innocent American taxpayers already here.
President Obama's remarks that the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy weakens national security shows it should be declared unconstitutional, a lawyer for the nation's largest Republican gay rights group told a federal judge Tuesday.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People put forward a resolution yesterday formally accusing the Tea Party movement of racism. That's ironic coming from an organization whose mission is to promote the fortunes of one particular racial group.
Four more New Orleans police officers have been charged in the deadly shootings of two people in Hurricane Katrina's chaotic aftermath and could face the death penalty for the killings, which have brought down a string of other officers.
The Obama administration's rapid release of 10 Russian intelligence officers removed the prospect of a public trial revealing embarrassing facts about Russian influence operations, like the targeting of a key Democratic Party financier close to Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.