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  • Eric Holder: Mixed legacy at best

    He's not exactly stepping aside quietly. Reaction to Eric Holder's resignation ranged from hagiographic to diabolical. Civil rights leaders praised him as the strongest attorney general since Bobby Kennedy. Fox News derided him as the nation's all-time...
  • Holder's legacy is one of contempt for the law [Letter]

    Holder's legacy is one of contempt for the law [Letter]
    Eric H. Holder has indeed left behind an impressive legacy ("The Holder legacy Sept. 28). As the nation's top law-enforcement officer he has refused to follow or enforce the law. Here is his legacy: He allowed the IRS to target conservative groups and...
  • Holder says cellphone encryption will thwart law enforcement efforts

    Holder says cellphone encryption will thwart law enforcement efforts
    Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr. added his voice Tuesday to law enforcement officials concerned about encryption methods used in new cellphones made by Apple and Google. “We would hope that technology companies would be willing to work with us to...
  • Tuesday's 11 p.m. UPDATE: Multi-sport high school results

    Golf COLONIAL RIVERS CONFERENCE 25 TOURNAMENT on par-72, 6,132-yard Royal New Kent course Final team standings: 1. New Kent  327 2. Southampton  334 3. Park View  342 4. Lafayette  343 5. York  360 6. Poquoson  371 7. Colonial Heights  377 8. Warhill ...
  • No Dough

    No Dough
    Interesting. I tried to scan a $5 bill into my computer to draw today’s cartoon and I got this message: “This application does not support the editing of banknote images. For more information, select the information button below for Internet-...
  • After Heartbleed, 1 in 4 Americans think their online data is not safe

    After Heartbleed, 1 in 4 Americans think their online data is not safe
    Among adult Internet users in the U.S., 26% said they do not believe their online personal information is secure following the discovery of the Heartbleed bug, a survey released Wednesday said.  The data comes from PEW Research, which conducted a survey...
  • The Donald Sterling case

    Re "Banned for life," April 30 To any regular reader of The Times, none of the Donald Sterling mess should come as a surprise. After seeing hundreds of his kitschy self-aggrandizing ads for his charity work, it should be clear that Sterling does not...
  • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar offers a different perspective on Donald Sterling

    Kareem Abdul-Jabbar offers a different perspective on Donald Sterling
    In an op-ed piece for Time magazine, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar questions whether the reaction to Donald Sterling is entirely fair. He calls the publication of Sterling's private conversation with V. Stiviano "sleazy," and questions why the racially charged...
  • Your phone may not have the right to remain silent

    Your phone may not have the right to remain silent
    Big Brother would have loved your smartphone. It not only knows where you've been and who's in touch with you but also records your photos, texts, emails and social media exchanges. Linked to the cloud, it allows access to your entire digital lifespan,...
  • Obama, Merkel threaten broader sanctions against Russia over Ukraine

    Obama, Merkel threaten broader sanctions against Russia over Ukraine
    President Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday ratcheted up the threat of economic backlash against Russia, saying they are preparing broader sanctions if Moscow continues to stoke violence in eastern Ukraine in the run-up to elections...
  • U.S., Germany fail to reach surveillance agreement

    U.S., Germany fail to reach surveillance agreement
    Ruling out a "no-spy agreement" with any country, President Obama acknowledged Friday that the United States had not reached a deal with Germany to limit U.S. surveillance on its territory. The U.S. and Germany have been negotiating over mutual rules...