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Topic - Robert Warshaw
A federal judge has fired the official he selected last year to oversee the embattled Oakland Police Department.
An Arizona sheriff whose office was found by a judge to have racially profiled Latinos says he's not concerned about an official who has been appointed to monitor his agency to make sure it isn't making unconstitutional arrests.
The Obama administration wants to "pivot" U.S. foreign policy toward Asia. There are far too few details to know exactly what that means. In the meantime, the administration is right to highlight America's enduring interests in that region.