"The Sotomayor Test: Will she limit Obama's next pick?"
Dahlia Lithwick will have this essay
in the August 3, 2009 issue of Newsweek.
"Kagan vows to defend some laws Obama dislikes":
Bob Egelko had this article
yesterday in The San Francisco Chronicle.
"High Court Ruling Shapes Local Control; California Officials To Seek Relief from Court Oversight":
Yesterday in The Daily Journal of California, Lawrence Hurley had an article
that begins, "Lawyers for California's troubled Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation plan to file a motion Friday to test whether a little-noticed U.S. Supreme Court decision issued last month will help the state extricate itself from long-running institutional litigation."
"Military and Media Clash In Complaint; Navy Spokesman Alleges Abuse by Miami Reporter":
Today in The Washington Post, Howard Kurtz has an article
that begins, "Tensions between journalists and military officials are nothing new. But a bitter series of clashes between a top Navy spokesman and a Miami Herald military reporter reached a new, eye-opening level this week."
And FOXNews.com has a report headlined "Naval Officer's Letter Accuses Newspaper Reporter of Sexual Harassment."
FishbowlDC has posted a copy of the Navy officer's letter at this link.
Carol Rosenberg's most recent article from Guantanamo Bay appeared Tuesday in The Miami Herald and was headlined "9/11 families' plea: Keep Guantanamo open; The families of Sept. 11 victims have emerged as powerful voices in the effort to stop the White House from closing the Guantanamo Bay war courts and prison camps."