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Nov 25 2014
Ferguson Documents: How The Grand Jury Reached A Decision
After sitting through hours of testimony and reading through thousands of pages of documents, a grand jury decided that there was not enough probable cause to indict police Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown, an unarmed 18-year-old.NPR (Online News)
Dec 06 2019
President Clinton Was Impeached 21 Years Ago. Some Parallels Run Deep
The impeachment process now under way against President Trump comes 21 years to the month after the last presidential impeachment, when the House approved two articles against then-President Bill Clinton.
And there are many parallels in the two procedures.
Some are on the surface; others deeper. There are 55 lawmakers in the House now who voted on the Clinton impeachment in 1998NPR (Online News)
Apr 01 2015
Scary Times For California Farmers As Snowpack Hits Record Lows
The water outlook in drought-racked California just got a lot worse: Snowpack levels across the entire Sierra Nevada are now the lowest in recorded history – just 6 percent of the long-term average. That shatters the previous low record on this date of 25 percent, set in 1977 and again last year.
And it has huge implications for tens of millions of people who depend on water flowingNPR (Online News)
Oct 24 2014
'Rational fear' and 5 other key moments from New Hampshire Senate debate
Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen repeatedly accused Republican challenger Scott Brown of "fear-mongering" -- on Ebola, ISIS and more -- in the second debate of a New Hampshire race that's key to determining which party will control the Senate.CNN (Online News)
May 15 2014
School Segregation Across The Country Proves Students Are Still Separate
While many of the major gains in the South since the Supreme Courts decision in Brown v. Board of Education have been reversed in recent years. a new report says that at the very least things are not as bad as they were before.HuffPost
Apr 01 2019
House Judiciary Committee Will Vote to Authorize Subpoenas for Mueller Report
Democratic-led committee’s vote to take place Wednesday; Timing of issuance of any subpoenas would be up to Chairman Nadler
The Democratic-led House Judiciary Committee said it would vote this Wednesday on authorizing subpoenas for the release of the full report by special counsel Robert Mueller, days after rejecting a plan from Attorney General William Barr to hand over a redacted copyWall Street Journal (News)
Aug 31 2014
Getting Ferguson Majority to Show Its Clout at Polls
Down the street from where the body of Michael Brown lay for hours after he was shot three weeks ago, volunteers have appeared beside folding tables under fierce sunshine to sign up new voters. On West Florissant Avenue, the site of sometimes violent nighttime protests for two weeks, voter-registration tents popped up during the day and figures like the Rev. Jesse L. Jackson Sr. lectured aboutNew York Times (News)
Nov 25 2014
Ferguson Rioters Burn Dozens of Businesses to the Ground, Fire Off Hundreds of Gunshots
Last night the long awaited Grand Jury decision in the case of Michael Brown and Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson was released. According to the decision, there was no probable cause to file charges against Officer Wilson and therefore he is exonerated and will not face indictment.Townhall
Jan 17 2020
The Botched Democratic Case for Witnesses
Senate Republicans aren’t making their best case on witnesses either.
The fate of the republic, we are now supposed to believe, hinges on whether there are witnesses at a Senate impeachment trial.
Upon the long-anticipated transmittal of the articles of impeachment to the Senate, House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler said if the upper chamber doesn’t obtain the witnesses andRich Lowry
Sep 17 2019
Nadler: Judiciary too busy impeaching Trump to focus on Kavanaugh claims
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., responded to calls for an investigation into Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh in light of new sexual misconduct allegations by saying that the panel has "our hands full with impeaching the president."
In a radio interview with WNYC on Monday, Nadler was asked if he’d be concerned with Democrats thinking he’s not taking theNBC News (Online)