Attorney General Alberto Gonzales resigned in late August in response to scandals and investigations including government spying and torture.
Month: September 2007
An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) report says Iran is cooperating with inspectors and isn’t producing large amounts of nuclear fuel.
Six hours before the scheduled execution of Kenneth Foster Jr., the governor of Texas decided to change Foster’s sentence to life in prison.
Elvira Arellano, a Mexican citizen and immigration activist, was arrested and deported on August 19 while visiting Los Angeles.
Burger King Vice President received more than 100 letters from the elementary and middle school studentsl in Sunrise, Florida.
Congress passed a law on August 4 making it legal for the government to spy on people’s phone and e-mail conversations without first getting a warrant from a court.
Forty-seven million Americans do not have health insurance, according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s yearly report. The number of uninsured people will increase if President Bush restricts eligibility.
Coca-Cola is trying to stop workers’ efforts to unionize in Colombia, South America.
A year ago, in the small northern Louisiana town of Jena, a group of white students hung three nooses (ropes tied in a loop) from a tree in front of Jena High School. Now six black students who spoke up against racism are facing a lifetime in prison.
Who am I – Max Roach.