Solomon Moore

Criminal Justice Reporter, New York Times

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Criminal justice reporter for the New York Times; former staff writer for the Los Angeles Times

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Marijuana is still illegal under federal law, but US Attorney General Eric Holder has ordered agents and prosecutors  not to pursue suppliers and patients  in 13 states where the drug…

Feds Lighten up on Illegal Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

Marijuana is still illegal under federal law, but US Attorney General Eric Holder has ordered agents and prosecutors not to pursue suppliers and patients in 13 states where the drug…

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The "surge" of US military forces in Iraq has reduced the level of violence, as promised.

An End to the Civil War in Iraq?

The "surge" of US military forces in Iraq has reduced the level of violence, as promised.

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As President Bush prepares to address the nation tomorrow night on his new plan for Iraq, US and Iraqi soldiers battled for hours with insurgents today in downtown Baghdad.  They were…

Iraqi and US Forces Kill 50 Militants in Central Baghdad

As President Bush prepares to address the nation tomorrow night on his new plan for Iraq, US and Iraqi soldiers battled for hours with insurgents today in downtown Baghdad.  They were…

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