New book claims POTUS and AG independently reached same conclusion on how not to enforce DOMA.
Guantanamo trial delayed amid investigation.
Three other employees indicted in price-fixing case.
Raymond Lamonica is heading a three-member audit panel.
Amy Jeffress was most recently the Justice Department’s attaché to the U.S. Embassy in London.
The Texas Republican doesn’t think federal officials found in contempt of Congress should be able to collect their paychecks.
Jonathan Su is a former federal prosecutor and former special counsel to President Barack Obama.
Wildstein said he had permission for shutdown, Christie told lawyers.
The Acting U.S. Attorney is on shortlist for permanent slot.
The Texas lawmaker continued a war of words between the Attorney General and House Republicans.
The magistrate judge is seen as an e-discovery expert for his efforts to make prosecutors show true probable cause in cases involving phone and other electronic data.
EXCLUSIVE: Subpoenas seek detailed information about the activities of an aide who followed former Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Chairman David Samson to the agency from Wolff & Samson, the law firm central to many of the questions now swirling around Gov. Chris Christie.
The Attorney General has complained of “ugly and divisive” treatment by Republican lawmakers. Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Tex.) says Holder has no evidence and that the criticism is not based on race.
The former prosecutor is currently chief counsel for privacy and information policy for the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Justice Department found systematic deficiencies over several years.
Todashev was killed during an FBI interrogation after the Boston Marathon bombing.
David Barlow, who previously worked for Republican Sen. Mike Lee, will return to private practice this summer.
Information sharing is encouraged to protect data networks, the Justice Department and Federal Trade Commission said in a joint policy statement.
Despite opposition from civil rights group, FBI will be able to continue many profiling tactics.
Paper wants to block handover of information which may involve former prosecutors.
Manhattan U.S. Attorney is taking over files of political corruption commission.
The Attorney General veered from prepared remarks Wednesday to discuss his treatment by House Republicans the day before.
Cable executives say consumers benefit from the possibility of increased investment but lawmakers — and the Justice Department — have yet to be convinced.
The Justice Department is already investigating allegations that the IRS targeted conservatives.
Accounts were set up by Swiss attorney who pleaded guilty last year.
A federal judge has ordered state education officials to give data to DOJ lawyers.
Sentencing hearing for $1.2 billion deal set for Thursday.
Department doesn’t investigate every press leak, Attorney General says.
Justice Department is scrutinizing virtual currencies that hide illicit ties.
‘You don’t want to go there, buddy,’ AG says.