Janet Reno Articles ETC.

The Dreams of Janet Reno: Social Services as Crime-Fighting Tools

Crimes against Elderly

Statement Janet Reno: Band together against cybercrime

Letter from Janet Reno to Parents cyber ethics

Actions against Internet attacks

Reno concerning hate crime statistics.

Integrity in Offices.

Reno considers investigating key whitewater witness David Hale.

Waco/Elian/Microsoft Articles

Miami's Cuban heels

Elián Sí, Cold War No

Statement By Attorney General Janet Reno On The Los Alamos Laboratory Matter

Attorney General Janet Reno refused to apologize for government’s handling of the Wen Ho Lee case

Statement, Terrorism

Federal Death Penalty System

Speech at Cornell University

Reno Troubled by Death Penalty Statistics

Hoax: Rumor untrue states Janet Reno identified Christians as cultists

Grant Snowden and Bobby Finje

From the search for bombing suspect Eric Robert Rudolph to the killing of a gay college student to Kenneth Starr's investigation of the president, Attorney General Janet Reno discusses issues facing the Department of Justice.

Attorney General Janet Reno 1998.

Exit Interview, PBS: Janet Reno

Interview with Jane Pauley

Doctors say Reno is Physically Able

ABC News: Janet Reno

Women Lawyers Fighting for Equity

Law Schools New Female Faces

From Washington Post

Memo from Reno

Janet Reno Says Goodbye to Justice Dept.

Women's E News, Reno is best

Reno on Saturday Night Live

Janet Reno "News/Updates"

(AP Photo/Alan Diaz)

11/01/00- Updated 03:37 PM ET., USA TODAY

Newspaper cooled hotheads on Elian

If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs…
Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it
- If by Rudyard Kipling,

Highly emotional public controversies bring out the best and the
worst in people and institutions. Miami and a watching world have
seen an abundance of both in recentweeks in the case
involving Elian Gonzalez.


Rating the performance of local and national public
officials and the media for better or worse:


Attorney General Janet Reno

Attorney General Reno, a native Miamian, personally went way beyond
the call of duty to ensure that the law - not politics or
emotion - governed the disposition of this case.

http://www.usatoday.com/news/comment/columnists/neuharth/neu039.htm USA Today Online


Jan. 17, 2001, editorial in The Washington Post,

"...Ms. Reno's performance was marked by tough judgments made with great integrity,
often under withering fire....At the sunset of her service, Ms. Reno stands as that rare political survivor
who has emerged largely uncompromised by survival."