A recent memo from the DOJ to U.S. Attorneys suggests so.
How the DOJ helped kill bipartisan reform based on its own policy.
Get civil rights protections, Justice Dept. now says.
Western Texas U.S. Attorney Robert Pitman was confirmed for the federal bench Tuesday; but many other long-pending Justice-related nominees were left unaddressed as the 113th Senate adjourned.
John Cruden, a non-controversial former career Justice Department lawyer, was stalled by the partisan rancor in the Senate.
Helps Sarah Saldana, other Dem nominees, get confirmed.
The U.S. Attorney in Dallas will now head Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
For Virginia state senator who resigned abruptly, throwing legislature to the GOP.
For DOJ in Apple e-books antitrust appeal.
Holder applauds basketball stars wearing t-shirts to make a “social and political point.”
Emails lay bare press manipulation by Schmaler, Miller, former CBS News reporter says.
James Risen has been battling for years to stop prosecutors from forcing him to name his source for a book that revealed a CIA effort to sabotage Iran’s nuclear weapons program.
Justice Department downplays evidence of politics.
Mr. Bharara wants to force Richard Bonin, a longtime producer for “60 Minutes,” to testify next month at a terrorism trial over bombings by Al Qaeda in 1998. One of the two defendants, Khaled al-Fawwaz, is accused of running Al Qaeda’s media office in London.
Prosecutors may use obscure fraud law to charge Christie associates.
One hundred and thirty six members of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division received recognition for outstanding service at an awards ceremony on Wednesday.
The Vermont Democrat and outgoing chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee said three district court nominees in Texas – including current U.S. Attorney Robert Pitman in Texas’s Western District – would fill judicial emergency vacancies.
DOJ Investigators have reviewed the Intelligence Committee’s report and “did not find any new information that they had not previously considered in reaching their determination” to dismiss the previous investigations, the Justice Department said.
Reached similar conclusions as local officials.
The British bank may have committed additional violations since settling charges of prohibited transactions with Iran in 2012, the Justice Department said.
House expected to follow suit before the end of the session on Thursday.
Attempts to derail nomination are childish
A Bank of America settlement was held up because the S.E.C.’s commissioners could not agree on granting the bank a waiver from rules that could prevent it from selling certain investments.
The department also is banning racial profiling from national security cases for the first time.
More than 550 homicides by law-enforcement agencies between 2007 and 2012 aren’t included in records kept by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
With cybercrime at the top of the nation’s law enforcement agenda, the Criminal Division’s venerable CCIPS is jockeying with the National Security Division for resources and turf.
Brandon Garrett’s new book, Too Big to Jail, criticizes federal prosecutors for being too compromising with corporations that break the law.
New Jersey lawmakers did not rule out the possibility, however, as they have been unable to interview several witnesses.
As a result of this “pattern … of unreasonable and unnecessary use of force,” the city and Justice Department have signed an agreement “to develop a court-enforceable consent decree that will include a requirement for an independent monitor who will oversee and ensure necessary reforms.”
Denver AUSA Dave Conner battled cancer for 15 years.