The affidavit supporting a search warrant for the Fox News reporter’s personal email was filed under seal in May 2010 and unsealed in November 2011.
Editorial: Obama is attempting to flood an appellate court with judges it doesn’t need.
The Assistant U.S. Attorney is also on the prosecution team that criminally investigated Fox News journalist James Rosen. UPDATED 9:33 p.m. EDT
Not keeping President Barack Obama way in front of a brewing storm means she failed, a former Clinton adviser asserts.
The deafening drum beat of overblown charges about the department’s actions are unwarranted.
U.S. Attorney Dennis Burke, who resigned in 2011 in response to the botched gun-walking investigation, violated department disclosure rules when he gave a Fox News producer a memorandum about the case, according to a DOJ Inspector General’s report released today.
Republicans are eager to claim a trophy firing amid the scandals that have flared up around the Obama administration. But after years of trying to get Holder, the attorney general doesn’t seem at all worried that it’ll be his.
Inside companies, knowledge of corruption in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and India.
The Texas Republican cited Fast and Furious, as well as the Department of Justice’s monitoring of AP reporters’ phone calls.
Law firm partners and counsel, in-house counsel and chief compliance officers revealed candid insights to Main Justice, including never before heard opinions on a variety of new trends.
President Obama offered his confidence in the Attorney General in the wake of a controversy over the Justice Department’s move to secretly obtain two months of telephone records from the Associated Press.
Commentary: It’s been a long, fraught tenure rife with faux-scandals and near-misses. But the AP phone flap could be different
Editorial: There is no comparison.
The Justice Department failed to provide the names of some terrorists in the witness protection program to the center that maintains the government’s watch list used to keep dangerous people off airline flights, according to an Inspector General report.
Lawmakers are still navigating the tricky issue of who is responsible for anonymizing consumer data when businesses share cyber threat information.
Commentary: Recusal is no excuse for undermining the First Amendment.
The press conference, scheduled for Friday at the U.S. District Court in Hammond, Ind., will be the first one since an five public officials in Lake County were charged with tax offenses in September.
The Senate Judiciary Committee unanimously recommended confirmation of Sri Srinivasan for a prestigious seat on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
The Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee narrowly sent Tom Perez’s nomination to the full Senate, where it is likely to face further challenges.
House Republicans expressed disbelief today that the Attorney General has no written record of his recusal in the high-stakes First Amendment matter.
Three Republicans crossed party lines to vote to confirm the San Francisco lawyer.
The Attorney General fielded questions about a variety of hotly contested issues when he appeared before the House Judiciary Committee this afternoon.
The Department of Justice announced today that the city and the Missoula Police Department will reform the way it handles reports of sexual assault.
“I’m not the cause of people doing things that might be illegal,” Holder said.
“Some kind of after-action analysis will be appropriate, and I will engage in such analysis after the case is done and I can be involved with it,” Holder said.
“Let me be very, very very clear, banks are not too big to jail,” he added for emphasis.
“Any abridgement of the First Amendment right to the freedom of the press is very concerning, and members of the Committee want to hear an explanation from you today,” Chairman Bob Goodlatte of Virginia said.
“The events of the last several weeks – from the Boston bombings, to misconduct at the IRS, and subpoenas of the Associated Press — illustrate that the Department and the Attorney General are at the fulcrum of these debates,” said John Conyers, the ranking member of the committee.
Former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales said that the Bush administration once considered issuing the type of subpoena that the Justice Department issued against the Associated Press, but ended up deciding against it.
BEST FCPA LAWYERS PRACTICE GROUP OF THE YEAR. Main Justice held an awards luncheon in Washington, D.C., to honor top firms in the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act arena. This video shows announcement of the finalists and winner in the Practice Group of the Year category.
"I am not going to respond to what I view as the ad hominem attack on this prosecutor." -- Assistant U.S. Attorney Jonathan Malis in response to remarks from then-private attorney Eric Holder.