Telephone lines were open for comments on the House in favor of a resolution asking President Obama to provide a rationale for U.S.… read more
Telephone lines were open for comments on the House in favor of a resolution asking President Obama to provide a rationale for U.S. operations in Libya.
J. Andrew Curless talked by telephone from Raleigh, North Carolina, about the case and indictment against former North Carolina Senator John Edwards. Mr. Edwards was indicted for conspiracy, making false statements, and violations of campaign finance laws linked to efforts to hide his extramarital affair and child during his 2008 run for the Democratic presidential nomination. close
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