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Greenstein suffers memory lapses: a rare glimpse into grand jury testimony but no smoking gun in ill-fated CNSI contract

If anything at all can be taken from the 100-plus pages of grand jury testimony of Bruce Greenstein, it’s that Greenstein’s memory lapses and his reluctance to adequately answer repeated questions about his role in the awarding of a major contract to his former bosses taxed the patience of members of the grand jury who were forced to listen to his verbal sparring with prosecutors for hours on end. 2,143 more words

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Read Ronald Reagan’s executive order on immigration the GOP won’t talk about

By: Raw Story

The following statement was made by then-President Ronald Reagan on July 30, 1981:

Our nation is a nation of immigrants. More than any other country, our strength comes from our own immigrant heritage and our capacity to welcome those from other lands. 581 more words



As the crisis rocking the Ekiti State House of Assembly took a new turn yesterday, following the alleged impeachment of the principal officers of the House by seven lawmakers loyal to the ruling Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, the embattled Speaker, Rt. 494 more words


U.S. Supreme Court decision paves way for same-sex marriage in SC

By Jeremy Turnage

In a 7-2 decision, the United States Supreme Court decided to not issue an emergency stay in the ongoing political drama surrounding same-sex marriage, paving the way for the marriages to begin in the Palmetto State Thursday.The South Carolina Supreme Court has lifted an injunction preventing certain South Carolina counties from issuing same-sex marriage licenses.With that decision, South Carolina becomes the 35th state in the United States to allow same-sex couples to marry. 536 more words


this pressed: URGENT - Holder pushes countries on terrorism laws | Politics - WYFF Home

(CNN) — President Barack Obama’s administration is pushing other countries to overhaul their laws to make it easier to prosecute fighters who return after being involved in terrorism. 123 more words

A Shift in Military Courts’ Stance Towards Socio-Psychological Evaluations for Detained Children, June 2014

The treatment of Palestinian minors in Israeli military courts came under scrutiny once again at 2014 spring as the minors’ right to socio-psychological evaluation was first challenged by IDF prosecutors and then ultimately upheld by the military court. 371 more words


AZ AG Agrees to $10K Fine over Allegations State Staff Worked on Campaign on State Clock

AZ Central: “Under the proposed agreement, which the commission will vote on Thursday, Horne would, among other things, agree to:

“- Pay a $10,000 fine from his own pocket; 38 more words