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Friday, February 23, 2024

When charity goes awry

If you donate money this Christmas season to a charity that says it will spend it helping to rebuild neighborhoods in New Orleans, chances are you will feel cheated if you later find it was spent on some project or the other in San Francisco, even if the project were a noble one.

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Ney claims he’s innocent

Rep. Bob Ney of Ohio, a focus of the criminal investigation into Jack Abramoff’s lobbying, says he’s had no conversations with the Justice Department and believes its probe will clear him of any wrongdoing.

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Supreme Court nominee supports spying on Americans

Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito defended the right of government officials to order domestic wiretaps for national security when he worked at the Reagan Justice Department, an echo of President Bush’s rationale for spying on U.S. residents in the war on terror.

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