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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...
  • NSA eavesdropping still poisons US relations with Germany

    BERLIN Juergen Hardt's position in the German government, coordinator of trans-Atlantic cooperation, once was considered a major honor the official liaison to the United States, arguably Germany's closest ally. But since the revelation that the U.S....
  • Somali-American gets 30 years for Oregon Christmas bomb plot

    PORTLAND Ore. (Reuters) - A U.S. judge sentenced a Somali-American man on Wednesday to 30 years in federal prison for trying to blow up a Christmas tree lighting celebration in Oregon four years ago with a fake bomb supplied by undercover government...
  • Law enforcement grapples with iPhone's enhanced encryption

    Apple is no stranger to disruption, having upended the music business with iTunes and the mobile industry with the iPhone. But now, some law enforcement officials are warning that the company is threatening to disrupt their efforts to fight crime. With...
  • Tech responds to growing calls for Internet anonymity

    Before Edward Snowden, the National Security Agency and Prism made headlines, a group of technologists was dedicated to making the Internet more anonymous. They were viewed mostly as paranoid, weird and potentially criminal. Now, more than a year...
  • Australia passes security law, raising fears for press freedom

    SYDNEY (Reuters) - The first of a series of security powers requested by Australia's government to combat Islamist militants passed through parliament on Wednesday, despite criticism that they could land journalists in jail for reporting on national...
  • 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 ...
  • Exclusive: U.S. to pay $300 million to end Brazil cotton trade dispute - officials

    BRASILIA/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States will pay Brazilian cotton producers $300 million to settle a decade-old dispute over cotton subsidies, two officials familiar with the settlement said on Tuesday, the first concrete step to repair ties...
  • Rachel Marsden: Obama's blame game underscores U.S. intelligence problem

    In a nationally televised interview that aired Sunday, U.S. President Barack Obama spoke of his director of national intelligence, James Clapper, the way a manager at a fast-food joint would speak of a grill cook who just botched a burger. "Our head of...