Also: Attorney General Eric Holder will attend a tribute to the victims killed at Kansas Jewish centers; Detroit reaches agreement with its pension funds; and an ancient canoe is found in Minnesota.
Minority caucuses of the state Legislature and City Council have written to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder urging an “exhaustive” investigation into the 2012 police shooting death of an unarmed 18-year-old man.
During the most recent edition of Fox News Sunday, political analyst Brit Hume asserted that attorney general Eric Holder had become a “crybaby” and that he and president Barack Obama have “benefited enormously” from being the firstShow More Summary
On April 15th, Attorney General Eric Holder asked Congress to approve $15 million that can be used to prepare for shooting incidents, which he claims are increasing. According to The Hill, Holder made the request via a "weekly video message" posted to the Department of Justice website. Show More Summary
The Controlled Substance Act says the Attorney General should evaluate a drug's scheduling based on the science regarding its medical benefits and potential for abuse. Instead Holder is making his decision about marijuana scheduling based entirely on how much political cover he has from Congress
The attorney general says both the feds and other states are taking a wait-and-see approach to legalizing marijuana
Attorney General Eric Holder said he smoked pot in college during an interview with HuffPost published Tuesday. Read the whole article here.
Roll that isht, light that isht, smoke that isht Eric Holder Closely Watch How Legalized Pot Works In Washington And Colorado Via HuffingtonPost Attorney General Eric Holder is “cautiously optimistic” about how things are going in Washington state and Colorado
Bill O'Reilly invited Fox News contributor Brit Hume onto The O'Reilly Factor Monday night to expand on comments he made about Attorney General Eric Holder and race over the weekend.
On Monday, the guests on MSNBC's The Ed Show responded to the members of Fox News Sunday's panel, which largely dismissed Attorney General Eric Holder's assertion that his race motivates his critics.
Attorney General Eric Holder spoke out last week on his treatment by Congress, with the implication that it may have to do with his race. However, Holder cleared up to The Huffington Post that his comments were not about race, they were meant to reflect the current level of partisan "incivility" in Washington.
Video by Associated Press The Justice Department will investigate whether federal hate crimes were committed in a Kansas shooting that left three people dead Sunday, Attorney General Eric Holder said. Holder said, in a statement released...Show More Summary
Attorney General Eric Holder said Monday that federal prosecutors are working to determine whether Sunday's fatal shootings at a Jewish community center and a retirement home in Kansas constitute federal hate crimes.
Hey isn’t that…U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and his wife, Dr. Sharon Malone, at Lewis Black’s “The Rant Is Due” show Saturday night at the Warner Theatre. After the show, according to our tipster, Holder, Malone and two friends ventured backstage to give their compliments to the Maryland-sprung comedian, whose Beltway punch lines landed on […]
(Scott Johnson) This past week House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp announced that the Committee, acting had voted out a criminal referral letter to Attorney General Eric Holder regarding actions taken by IRS employee Lois Lerner. Show More Summary
In response to a viewer question (it was really more of a statement) accusing President Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder of "race baiting," conservative columnist George Will told a Fox News Sunday panel that liberals had acquired a form of Tourette's syndrome that caused them to shout "racist" or "racism" in response to any argument.
On Fox News Sunday, political analyst Brit Hume said that Eric Holder's claim that his treatment at the hands of Representative Louie Gohmert (R-TX) at a House hearing this week was unprecedented toward an Attorney General, made himShow More Summary
(CNN) - Over 50 years after Congress passed the Civil Rights Act, the issue of race is back in the political headlines, after comments from Attorney General Eric Holder and events marking the anniversary of the law’s passage renewed the dialogue over race relations in the 21st century. Rep. Steve Israel, D-New York, said Sunday […]
Fox News contributor George Will on Sunday accused Attorney General Eric Holder, President Barack Obama and other liberals of having a mental disorder that made them repeatedly "play the race card." Speaking to Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network in New York on Wednesday, Holder had reflected on the way that Rep. Show More Summary
From the April 13 edition of Fox News' Fox News Sunday: CHRIS WALLACE, HOST: Attorney General Eric Holder complaining about treatment of him and also the president after another testy exchange with House Republicans on Capitol Hill, and we're back now with the panel. Show More Summary