As the sun rose on Monday, cops in Kevlar vests patrolled cordoned-off streets around downtown Miami's federal courthouse. Shaded by the building where judges have deliberated the fates of Manuel Noriega and Elián González, 12 video cameras stood ready, and a few bleary-eyed newscasters blathered to their early-bird viewership. Inside, a clutch of slick-haired lawyers hired by George W. Bush discussed how best to convince federal... More >>>