Holder Mandates Sentence Changes for Drug Charges

Aug. 12 (Bloomberg) -- Attorney General Eric Holder speaks about his proposals to reduce the U.S. prison population. Holder, speaking in San Francisco, ordered changes across the Justice Department to eliminate what he called "draconian" mandatory minimum sentences for certain non-violent drug offenders. (Source: Bloomberg)

Emirates Clark Says 'So Far, So Good' on Laptop Ban
50:52 - Emirates President Tim Clark tells Bloomberg's Guy Johnson it's 'so far, so good' when it comes to the electronics travel ban. Clark says, however, there are concerns about the selective nature of the U.S. Travel Ban and if both policies start to hit the airline's bottom line, the company will change strategy. He speaks from Emirates Dubai HQ. (Source: Bloomberg)
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