Unanimous Jury Convicts Al-Qaida Propagandist In Manhattan

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Holder Steps Forward For Shorter Drug Sentences

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Feinstein: CIA Tampered With Senate Panel's Work

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On Senate Floor, Rift Opens Between Lawmakers And CIA

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Already one of the longest-serving attorneys general in history, Eric Holder says he has no immediate plans or timetable to leave. Here, he speaks at the annual Attorneys General Winter Meeting in Washington on Feb. 25. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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Holder Speaks Out On Snowden, Drone Policy, Softening Sentences

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Debo Adegbile, special counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, speaks with the media outside the Supreme Court in Feb. 2013 after presenting arguments in the Shelby County, Ala., v. Holder voting rights case. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Senate Democrats Defect On Obama Civil Rights Nominee

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Decades-Old Case Looms Large In Defeated Civil Rights Nomination

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The U.S. holds more prisoners in solitary confinement than any other democratic country, according to critics of the treatment. Here, an immigrant detainee makes a call from his "segregation cell" at a detention facility in Adelanto, Calif., last November. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Solitary Confinement Costs $78K Per Inmate And Should Be Curbed, Critics Say

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Before Lawmakers, Former Inmates Tell Their Stories

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U.S. Authorities Want Mexico To Extradite 'El Chapo'

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