The same IRS office that targeted Tea Party group applications for tax-exempt status during the 2012 campaign, released pending confidential applications of the groups to the investigative news website.
Jarod J. Douglas joins the Northern District of West Virginia U.S. Attorney’s office.
Sharyl Attkisson said that the intrusion into her computer began in February 2011, when she was reporting on the Fast and Furious gun-walking scandal.
Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) said many questions remain the Justice Department’s subpoena of reporters’ phone logs.
Commentary: A press that can ferret out secrets more important than a government that can keep them.
Editorial: The Obama administration lacks respect for a free press.
Commentary: SEC needs “no-admit” settlements.
The disclosure came in advance of today’s House hearing on whether “too big to fail” financial institutions are “immune” from prosecution.
An indictment is gutted as a federal judge finds that the difference between “committee” and “subcommittee” is anything but technical.
A video shows three large men surrounding Carmen Pittman as she tries to cover her face. An officer tasers her before she is taken away and arrested.
Commentary: Are Obama’s prosecutors criminalizing national security reporting?
But those who are disapprove of the the Justice Department’s actions, new poll finds.
Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s office will look into the mistake-ridden undercover sting as part of a larger review of ATF’s handling of cases following Fast and Furious.
To some on Wall Street, Ron Machen’s involvement in the Associated Press phone records case has a familiar ring.
Commentary: This heavy-handed business isn’t chilling, it’s just plain cold.
Prosecutors right to obtain phone records of AP journalists.
Commentary: The IRS scandal was bound to happen after the government started trying to rule the expression of political views.
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. UPDATED 1:06 p.m.
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.
Criticism of DOJ’s actions in AP case is 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
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.
"Although Burke denied to congressional investigators that he had any retaliatory motive for his actions, we found substantial evidence to the contrary." -- OIG report faulting former U.S. Attorney Dennis Burke for giving a Fox News producer a memorandum about Fast and Furious case.