Multnomah County Circuit Court administrators have determined that Pro Tem Judge Monica Herranz didn't violate any rules of judicial conduct when she allowed an undocumented criminal defendant to leave her courtroom through a back door as immigration agents waited in the hallway.Trial Court Administrator Barbara Marcille investigated Herranz's actions from Jan. 27 and found that Herranz didn't knowingly help impaired-driving defendant Diddier Pacheco-Salazar elude capture....
Saint Paul Mayor Chris Coleman today (December 8, 2016) released the following statement regarding the City Council’s vote last night in support of an amendment to remove police officers from the Police Civilian Internal Affairs Review Commission (PCIARC). The Council will take final action next week on the larger proposal to evolve the PCIARC....
"One in three people hired into the federal government is now a veteran, but the Obama administration’s aggressive push to reward those who served is causing confusion and resentment among job applicants and hiring staff.
That’s what federal officials and advocates for veterans told lawmakers at a House hearing Wednesday on how well the White House’s seven-year effort to push former service members to the head of the long federal hiring queue is working.
The veterans preference program is brin...
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Sen. Bernie Sanders said at the White House on Thursday that he plans to compete in next week's D.C. primary, but he underscored that he "will work as hard as I can" to stop presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump in the general election.
Sanders spoke after he met with President Barack Obama — three days after media outlets determined that Hillary Clinton had enough commitments from delegates to become the Democratic Party's presumptive presidential nominee and two days after her convincing victo...
As one of his first acts in office in 2011, Gov. Rick Scott canceled a $2.4 billion federally funded and shovel-ready bullet train from Orlando to Tampa because it carried “an extremely high risk of overspending taxpayer dollars with no guarantee of economic growth.’’ It was a political slap to then-President Barack Obama, who considered the high-speed rail project central to his infrastructure reinvestment initiative. Now, the idea has returned revived by All Aboard Florida, a...
How is the partial Federal Government Shutdown affecting members and their clients? This infographic presents highlights from the latest report....
President Trump Welcomes the 2018 College Football Playoff National Champion Clemson Tigers....
As the partial government shutdown has extended past a record 21 days, the economic costs are rising. Furloughed workers, slashed services, and jittery markets are just a few signs of the growing fall...
The United States and New Zealand work together in bilateral, regional, and global contexts to address common interests in the areas of defense, foreign affairs, and trade. Bilateral and multilateral ...