The latest news on Gonzales, Alberto
The hiring of former attorney general Alberto Gonzales has worried some in the Texas Tech community.
Alberto Gonzales will teach a course on contemporary executive-branch issues for the Red Raiders.
Attorney General-nominee disputes President Bush over legality of that interrogation method.
Add Gonzales's name to the list of the walking wounded.
Neither side is immune.
A conversation with former U.S. Attorney David Iglesias.
Alberto Gonzales has not had the easiest time on the lecture circuit since resigning from his U.S. attorney general post last year.
Much has changed since Michael Mukasey made his first vows to the Department of Justice in 1972, beginning his career as an assistant U.S. attorney. But when the 66-year-old former federal judge took the oath as the 81st attorney general this morning, he promised to uphold the same obligations he had made 35 years ago: to apply the law fairly and impartially.
Nothing's changed since Whispers broke the story.