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Violence in Sudan's troubled Darfur region continues despite ongoing peace talks. Ray Suarez leads a discussion with Francis Deng, a former Sudanese diplomat who was the representative of the United Nations' secretary general on internally displaced persons, and Salih Booker,…

In a blow to the Justice Department, a divided Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that federal judges do not have to abide by the controversial federal criminal sentencing code adopted in 1987.

The Supreme Court on Wednesday declared that federal judges are no longer obligated to abide by the controversial sentencing guidelines that were established by Congress in 1987.