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  • Judicial nominee ignored by Congress

    Judicial nominee ignored by Congress
    In February, President Obama selected Mary Barzee-Flores as the nominee to fill the vacancy on the Federal Southern District Court of Florida. Barzee-Flores served as a circuit judge on Florida's Eleventh Judicial Circuit in Miami for almost a decade, deciding criminal and civil cases. She graduated cum laude from University of Miami Law School in 1988, and worked in the Federal Public Defender's Office for 13 years before becoming a judge. Given these qualifications, she would be a wise choice.
  • As many #StandWithRand, Edward Snowden sits alone

    WASHINGTON If time heals all wounds, then Edward Snowden needs more time to get right in Washington. Snowden is exiled in Russia, having been charged with espionage and no sign that President Barack Obama will grant him clemency. On Wednesday, Sen. Rand...

    Auditor: 3 Army officers should be disciplined for waste in Afghanistan

    WASHINGTON The U.S. government's Afghanistan spending watchdog has recommended that three senior Army officers a lieutenant general, a major general and a colonel be disciplined for their role in the construction of a $36 million sprawling command...

    Out of prison, ex-lobbyist pushes sentencing overhaul

    WASHINGTON Kevin Ring helped write a bill in the 1990s that toughened penalties for methamphetamine charges. Now, recently out of prison, the former Team Abramoff lobbyist says he wants Congress to overhaul the nation's justice system and to undo...

    Officials criticize DEA's light punishment of agents who forgot man in cell for 5 days

    Officials criticize DEA's light punishment of agents who forgot man in cell for 5 days
    Obama administration officials and lawmakers are calling for greater accountability and tougher disciplinary procedures at the Drug Enforcement Administration after the agency imposed only light punishments on agents who forgot a San Diego man in a...