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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Eric Holder
House lawyers late Monday filed court papers asking a federal judge to force the Justice Department to turn over records to reveal the extent of efforts to stonewall a congressional probe into a botched weapons investigation known as Fast and Furious.
White House photographer Pete Souza took a photo of former President W. Bush aboard Air Force One, en route to the Nelson Mandela memorial, surrounded by key U.S. politicos – who were captured gazing intently at the results of his newfound love, painting.
The Justice Department says it has reached an agreement to allow American Airlines and US Airways to merge, creating the world's biggest airline.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said George Zimmerman of Florida may have been acquitted of murder charges in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, but in the eyes of the federal government, he's still living in a shadow of suspicion.
Attorney General Eric Holder is pushing black students into schools that are failing just so he can crow about diversity statistics, more than two dozen Republican Senators charged on Thursday.
JPMorgan Chase has reached a tentative $13 billion settlement with the Justice Department regarding several mortgage issues, various media reports said Saturday.
Boston bombing Dzhokhar Tsarnaev destroyed key evidence in the wake of the April 15 terrorist attack at the marathon finish line, and then tried to fabricate more bombs after the initial detonations, a memo from the Department of Justice said.
Vilifying Republicans has become a cottage industry among Democrats who are under the impression that aggressive, insulting talk about one's political rivals is a sign of authority and purpose. Yeah, well.
A federal judge ruled Monday evening that the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee could indeed proceed with a lawsuit against the Justice Department to access certain Fast and Furious documents.
It's almost like a page right out of the National Rifle Association playbook: The Obama administration has announced millions of dollars in funding to put armed officers in the nation's schools.
The Obama administration on Friday stepped forward and announced millions in grant dollars to give to financially failing Detroit — but even that taxpayer dole-out may not prove acceptable to some of the city's workers, who instead wanted a full-scale bailout.
Every weekend, Cindy Martinson treks from her home in Mason City, Iowa, about 160 miles roundtrip to Waseca, Minn. She visits the federal prison there, where her daughter Mandy Martinson, a first-time offender, is in the middle of 15-year prison sentence.
President Obama ordered the Department of Veterans Affairs to start giving spousal benefits to same-sex partners, despite federal laws still in place that specify the benefits can only go toward spouses of opposite sex.
It's been more than a week since Australian citizen Christopher Lane fatally shot in Oklahoma, and I have to ask, where's the outrage ("Obama's Oklahoma hypocrisy," Commentary, Aug. 26)? Where is a statement from the White House? Where is Attorney General Eric Holder?
But "it is not designed to promote discussions -- open and frank or otherwise -- among high-level Executive Branch officials about how to subvert a congressional investigation," he added
There have been hundreds of these disruptions since 2011, Attorney General Eric Holder told an audience of police chiefs in October, touting the behind-the-scenes work of a small FBI unit based out of Quantico, Va. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)