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by Josh Kovensky | January 26th, 2015

The department’s Executive Office for United States Attorneys in Washington is examining the issue, a Justice Department spokesman confirmed.

by Main Justice staff | January 7th, 2015

Tristram J. Coffin will leave the federal government this month.

by Politico | January 7th, 2015

Last week of January or the beginning of February for the Attorney General nominee.

by Marisa Iati | January 7th, 2015

The cyber and privacy law expert will serve as a partner in the firm’s soon-to-open Seattle office.

by Jezebel | January 7th, 2015

Justice classifies the feminist Gawker site as “Entertainment: Intimate Apparel.”

by Dylan Tokar | January 7th, 2015

Three Justice Department veterans will restart the confirmation process under a new Republican-led Senate.

by Politico | January 6th, 2015

Former CBS correspondent claims illegal government surveillance for controversial reporting

by Politico | January 6th, 2015

NYT reporter stays tight-lipped in leaks hearing

by The Wall Street Journal | January 5th, 2015

Senators raise privacy concerns about U.S. Marshals dragnet.

by Main Justice staff | December 24th, 2014

Main Justice and Just Anti-Corruption resume publishing Jan. 5

by Main Justice staff | December 24th, 2014

Our staff is taking a winter break. We will resume a regular publishing schedule on Jan. 5.

by Mary Jacoby | December 24th, 2014

The Baltimore tax lawyer will effectively be the leader of the division absent any presidential action to fill the Assistant Attorney General job on a permanent basis.

by Associated Press | December 24th, 2014

Former Dallas U.S. Attorney takes a top Homeland Security post.

by Josh Kovensky | December 22nd, 2014

If both Loretta Lynch and Yates are confirmed, it could mean new influence for the U.S. Attorney community at Main Justice.

by Reuters | December 22nd, 2014

During her time as a federal prosecutor in Georgia, Yates led several high-profile cases, including the successful prosecution of Eric Rudolph, who bombed a building in Atlanta during the 1996 Olympic

by Marisa Iati | December 19th, 2014

After more than five years as the state’s chief federal prosecutor, Coffin will join Vermont law firm Downs Rachlin Martin PLLC.

by KTVQ Billings, Montana | December 19th, 2014

A recent memo from the DOJ to U.S. Attorneys suggests so.

by Freedom of the Press Foundation | December 19th, 2014

How the DOJ helped kill bipartisan reform based on its own policy.

by The Los Angeles Times | December 19th, 2014

Get civil rights protections, Justice Dept. now says.

by Dylan Tokar | December 17th, 2014

Robert Pitman, Lee Bentley III and David Rivera were confirmed on Tuesday; but other long-pending Justice-related nominees were left unaddressed as the 113th Senate adjourned. UPDATED Dec. 19

by Marisa Iati | December 17th, 2014

John Cruden, a non-controversial former career Justice Department lawyer, was stalled by the partisan rancor in the Senate.

by The Dallas Morning News | December 16th, 2014

Helps Sarah Saldana, other Dem nominees, get confirmed.

by The Hill | December 16th, 2014

The U.S. Attorney in Dallas will now head Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

by The Richmond Times-Dispatch | December 15th, 2014

For Virginia state senator who resigned abruptly, throwing legislature to the GOP.

by The Wall Street Journal | December 15th, 2014

For DOJ in Apple e-books antitrust appeal.

by The Chicago Sun Times | December 15th, 2014

Holder applauds basketball stars wearing t-shirts to make a “social and political point.”

by Sharyl Attkisson | December 14th, 2014

Emails lay bare press manipulation by Schmaler, Miller, former CBS News reporter says.

by MSNBC | December 12th, 2014

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.

by Project On Government Oversight | December 12th, 2014

Justice Department downplays evidence of politics.

by The New York Times | December 12th, 2014

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.