Alberto Gonzales Resigns
Gonzales, who Bush sometimes referred to as "mi abogado," anounced Aug. 27 that he will resign from his post as U.S. attorney general.
Alberto Gonzales has had a difficult two years as attorney general.
Alberto Gonzales has had a difficult two years as attorney general.
By Jamie Rose -- Bloomberg News
The retired federal judge nominated as attorney general enjoyed a warm reception on Capitol Hill yesterday, but Democrats continued sending mixed signals about whether their dispute with the White House over congressional access to sensitive administration documents will be an impediment to his...
 
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