The U.S. prison camp at Guantánamo, Cuba, long ago crossed the threshold from expediency to embarrassment. Over the last dozen years, the detention there of scores of “detainees” who never have been charged with crimes has been a weight on the nation’s ef (read more)
Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane’s review of her predecessors’ handling of the Jerry Sandusky case included a heroic effort to recover deleted office emails that apparently has produced less than heroic results. That review sought to answer why it took t (read more)

Chris Kelly
Photo: N/A, License: N/A The Times-Tribune editorial board invited me to its Friday meeting with Gov. Tom Corbett, R-Drillers. His re-election campaign insisted I be uninvited. Why? Because a month ago, I almost went to work for Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane. (read more)

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