The new U.S. Attorney has set an ambitious agenda for his tenure.
Rep. Darrell Issa questions the bureau’s accountability for problems identified in undercover gun-buying operations.
Inspector General says superiors used ‘poor judgment’ to allow paid leave and employment at JP Morgan.
The bank has made improvements but must improve its data gathering, monitor says.
The former State Department contractor pleaded guilty to providing sensitive information on nuclear capabilities in North Korea to reporter James Rosen.
Once-shamed section moves back into public light.
Ruling could increase access to documents in corruption investigations.
After a 99-1 vote, Carlin is officially head of the division he has led on an acting basis since March 2013.
Senate report found that spy agency concealed details on severity of interrogation techniques.
Darrell Issa called Fast and Furious document leak ’self-serving.’
The Manhattan U.S. Attorney said a significant financial institution might be charged “before too long”
Firm hired to review Christie bridge scandal was paid $3.1 million in sports betting case.
Billy Gibbens has aggressively pursued online commenter scandal as a defense attorney.
Gibbens has aggressively pursued online commenter scandal as a defense attorney and shifted his focus to the news media.
Family claims Tamerlan Tsarnaev was solicited by FBI after being asked about Internet searches.
Editorial: Former U.S. Attorney should not have been sanctioned for Fast and Furious leak.
Dennis Burke, who resigned in 2011 after leaking documents to the media, says his superiors in Washington tried to protect their own political interests by pinning blame for the failed gun operation on Arizona prosecutors.
Monty Wilkinson served as No. 2 at the office overseeing U.S. Attorneys until the retirement of Director H. Marshall Jarrett.
The Arizona State Bar disciplined Dennis Burke for leaking documents to the media.
Enforcement has led to a 10-fold return on taxpayer investment, William Baer told an audience of antitrust lawyers on Friday.
Randy Mastro’s work, however, could offer new leads.
Attorney General’s approach to crime differs drastically from harsh earlier policy.
Newspaper says there is no evidence commenters are law enforcement officials.
Marriages performed before an appeals court stay on ceremonies will be recognized.
Officials in California and North Carolina were arrested and the office of a New York state senator was raided.
Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) voted against reporting the Assistant Attorney General nominee to the full Senate.
Comments may have been authored by prosecutors, magistrate judge suggested.
Federal investigators say they need more power to break into criminal computers.
Commentary: Team Christie gets a pass in probe by Christie allies.
The director testified before an appropriations subcommittee on the FBI’s 2015 budget needs.