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Saturday, February 4, 2023

Ginsburg Gives No Hint Of Giving Up the Bench

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The symposium on Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s life on and before the Supreme Court had all the trappings of a grand finale: laudatory tributes, scholarly evaluations of her jurisprudence, a running theme about her love of opera and her unfulfilled desire to be a great diva.

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Shortfalls Unraveled Stevens’s Conviction

The Justice Department team charged with prosecuting former senator Ted Stevens miscalculated by not seeking more time to prepare for the high-stakes corruption trial and fell victim to inexperience and thin staffing, which contributed to its alleged mishandling of witnesses and evidence, according…

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The First Puppy Makes a Big Splash

Who let the dog out? That’s the Washington mystery du jour. The identity of the first puppy — the one that the Washington press corps has been yelping about for months, the one President Obama has seemed to delight in dropping hints about — leaked out yesterday. This despite White House efforts…

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