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M*A*S*H: Where Are They Now?
Thirty years ago today, the world said good night to Hawkeye Pierce, Hotlips Houlihan, B.J. Hunnicut, Col. Potter, Winchester and Clinger for the last time. Inspired by the 1970 Robert Altman film of the same name, M*A*S*H premiered Sept. 17, 1972, and followed the staff of a hospital in South
Marijuana Advocates Sue Feds After DEA Rejects Weed as Medicine
Without medical marijuana , Scott Rozman swears, he wouldn't be alive today. At 30, Rozman was the youngest documented case of teratoma and angiosarcoma, a rare and aggressive cancer that his doctors treated in the middle of his chest with equally aggressive rounds of chemotherapy. The chemo was so
President Obama to Nominate Jim Cole as Deputy AG
President Obama will nominate white collar attorney James Cole to be deputy attorney general later today, a senior administration official tells ABC News.
Over 14,700 Americans Admit Foreign Bank Accounts to IRS
Under an IRS voluntary disclosure program that allows U.S. taxpayers to come clean about secret foreign bank accounts and avoid possible prosecution, over 14,700 Americans have now admitted to hiding assets overseas, the IRS and the Justice Department announced today. The number nearly doubles the
U.S. Relaxes Opposition to Medical Marijuana
Prosecutors will no longer go after users or suppliers in states that permit use of the drug.
'M*A*S*H' Star David Ogden Stiers Reveals He's Gay
In the twilight of his career, "M*A*S*H" actor David Ogden Stiers has finally come out , saying he's no longer afraid to be gay. In a recent interview, the Emmy-nominated actor, 66, told the Oklahoma City blog gossip-boy.com , "I am [gay] . Very proud to be so." Ogden Stiers joined the cast of
U.S. to Step Up Mexico Anti-Drug Cartel Efforts
Obama Administration's Planned Surge of Federal Resources Aims to Stem Flow of Cash, Guns to Mexico
DOJ Drops Use of 'Enemy Combatant' Language
The Justice Department today told a federal court that it has the power to detain those who "substantially" supported Taliban or al Qaeda forces after Sept. 11 but is dropping the legal use of the phrase "enemy combatant" to describe such detainees. In the court filing, lawyers for the Obama
PEBO Names Justice Appointees
President-elect Barack Obama this morning named four nominees to serve in the Department of Justice: David Ogden, Deputy Attorney General; Elena Kagan, Solicitor General; Tom Perrelli, Associate Attorney General; and Dawn Johnsen, Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Legal...