Tag Archives: Senate Judiciary Committee

Holder Rebuffs Call For His Resignation

Following a call from Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) that he resign his position as Attorney General, Eric Holder stated in clear terms at the Senate Judiciary Committee that he has no intention of stepping down.

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Amid Calls To Resign, Holder Powers Through Senate Testimony

“I don’t have any intention of resigning,” Holder told lawmakers.

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Napolitano: Secret Service Scandal Inexcusable

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano faced tough questions on the Secret Service’s Colombia scandal during a hearing Wednesday with the Senate Judiciary Committee.

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9 ISS Astronauts Taking Questions On Missions 

Reporters around the world will be able to ask them about their scientific research. 

Study: Earth Has 3 Trillion Trees

A few more than the previously acknowledged figure of 400 billion.

Report: E-Cigarettes Contain Cancer-Causing Chemicals

The Center for Environmental Health is taking tobacco companies to court for failing to notify customers of the health risks.

The World in 2:00 – September 2, 2015

The World in 2:00

Millions strike in India to protest an overhaul of labor laws and President secures a congressional firewall to protect the Iranian nuclear deal.

Work It Out: NIH Wants Leader For Intellectual Sweat Project

The $170 million study will look at the molecular benefits of exercise on the body.

Poll: Iowa Trump Supports Back “Rounding Up” Illegal Immigrants

73 percent of supporters expected to participate in the state’s Republican caucus favored mass deportations.