Mr. Morrison commanded the fleet during the Gulf of Tonkin incident that led to an escalation of the Vietnam War and whose son Jim was the lead singer of the Doors.
A new study in the DePaul Law Review claims to show that the political leanings of law clerks do influence the votes of Supreme Court justices.
Congressional Democrats and the White House worked to resolve their last disputes Monday over terms of a $15 billion bailout for U.S. auto makers — complete with a "car czar" to oversee the industry’s reinvention of itself — that’s expected to come to a vote as early as Wednesday.
A court of appeals granted a stay on Monday pending arguments on whether the F.A.A. has the legal authority to auction the slots at three major airports in the New York region.