Lisa Guilbeau

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Charges in James Brady's homicide could prove tough

Prosecutors attempting to bring charges against John Hinckley Jr. in the recent death of former White House press secretary James Brady may have a tough time, despite the fact that Brady’s death was ruled a homicide, an attorney and law professor say.<p>District of Columbia police said Friday an …

Why Obama decided to strike ISIS

As Islamist militants swept through northern and western Iraq in early June in a lightning advance, President Barack Obama examined his options and announced that he would be prepared to "take targeted and precise military action."<p>Nearly two months later, Obama, albeit reluctantly, on Thursday …

The Obama doctrine?

President Barack Obama’s decision to get the U.S. military involved in rescuing thousands of Iraqi minorities facing possible death on a besieged mountaintop is raising the inevitable question: Who’s next?<p>The humanitarian mission Obama ordered is another key chapter in one of the central foreign …

Students Can Take Studying Paperless With These Apps and Gadgets

Gadgets<p>The diligent student may often be pictured with a pencil behind her ear, her chicken scratches adorning countless spiral notebooks — but these days she's just as likely to be organizing a study group on her smartphone while reviewing a lecture on her tablet. Here are a few gadgets and apps …

“Honk if you think he’s guilty”: Michael Winship on the 40th anniversary of Nixon’s resignation

<b>Richard Nixon (AP)</b><p>Nixon’s bizarre and emotional East Room address was unlike anything I’ve ever seen as a reporter on Capital Hill<p>Michael Winship<p>August 9, 2014 2:00pm (UTC)<p>This piece originally appeared on BillMoyers.com.<p>In August 1974, 40 years ago this week, commentator Alistair Cooke faced a …