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Janet Reno

Janet Reno
Janet Reno (July 21, 1938- ) was the Attorney General of the United States (19932001). She was nominated by President Bill Clinton on February 11, 1993, and confirmed on March 11.
Janet Reno (July 21, 1938- ) was the Attorney General of the United States (19932001). She was nominated by President Bill Clinton on February 11, 1993, and confirmed on March 11. « Show less

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  • Who’s Rick Scott? And meet Corrine’s competition

     
    Here's some background on a couple of congressional candidates newer to the scene… TV ads don't tell the whole story Several readers have asked about Rick Scott, the new Republican candidate for governor who has taken to the airwaves to tout his...
  • 1997 Citizen of the Year: Troy Collier

    Along with the rewards of being Daily Press Citizen of the Year in 1997, Troy Collier says, the recognition also carried a burden. "You feel an awesome responsibility to maybe not do more, but do better," he says. Collier has met that burden with many...
  • September 16 - Author Kurt Eichenwald

    September 16 - Author Kurt Eichenwald
    The Informant To purchase a copy of the book: The Informant: A True Story In his critically acclaimed and spell-binding real-life thriller THE INFORMANT: A TRUE STORY, award-winning investigative reporter and bestselling author Kurt Eichenwald blew...
  • Secret court is center of controversy

    In the late 1980s, the U.S. government undertook an investigation in Bethlehem that was so sensitive to this nation's foreign affairs it required the approval of a secret court. So the FBI sought approval from the little-known Foreign Intelligence...
  • War puts patriotism above politics

    For months, Cathy Dubin and a group of loyal Democrats had gathered here to plan how they would commemorate the darkest political day of their lives. They decided on a stadium-size rally with a rock band, big-name politicians and movie stars. They...
  • Hyde yields on file review

    Bowing to public concerns about fairness, the House Judiciary Committee chairman announced yesterday that a bipartisan legal team will review 20 boxes of evidence that Kenneth W. Starr did not send to Congress with his report on President Clinton. "The...
  • Part 4: Hope isn't even on the radar

    When Stacey Jones and his family were booked on a 5 p.m. United Airlines flight from O'Hare International Airport to New York last week, they didn't think they were buying a lottery ticket. But in a way, they were.Even in perfect weather, that flight...
  • Commentary: Gore Vidal's Perspective on the White House Scandal

    On Monday, the 42nd president of the United States, William Jefferson Clinton, will commit what could be a fatal political error by allowing himself to be questioned under oath by an independent counsel, Kenneth W. Starr, who has taken more than four...
  • 1926 Miami: The blow that broke the boom

    The 1926 storm was described by the U.S. Weather Bureau in Miami as "probably the most destructive hurricane ever to strike the United States." It hit Fort Lauderdale, Dania, Hollywood, Hallandale and Miami. The death toll is estimated to be from 325 to...