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by Mary Jacoby | June 29th, 2014

And so the fight over the “master manipulator,” who denied for years that he’d helped to lead a Palestinian suicide bombing group, will go on.

by Investor's Business Daily | June 27th, 2014

Commentary: Criminal Division chief Leslie Caldwell has a “mandate for mayhem.”

by Time magazine | June 27th, 2014

Combative Texas Republican demands independent probe of IRS tax-exempt scrutiny.

by Mary Jacoby | June 27th, 2014

Robert Lee Pitman, a former magistrate judge in Austin, has led the San Antonio-based federal prosecuting office since 2011.

by Memphis Commercial Appeal | June 26th, 2014

FBI director to visit all 56 field offices this year.

by The New York Times | June 25th, 2014

More than four dozen Iraqis will testify about guards who fired on unarmed civilians in Baghdad in 2007.

by Politico | June 25th, 2014

It may well be the main reason the first black president of the United States has stood so firmly behind the first black attorney general of the United States: Eric Holder has been willing to say the things President Obama couldn’t or wouldn’t say about race.

by The New York Times | June 25th, 2014

The former SEC Enforcement deputy has been Criminal Division chief for two years at U.S. Attorney’s office in Manhattan.

by The Des Moines Register | June 25th, 2014

Recommend to president to sit on federal bench in southern Iowa.

by The Volokh Conspiracy | June 25th, 2014

To prosecute forced beard cutting.

by Stephen Dockery | June 25th, 2014

The government says Peter R. Zeidenberg shouldn’t be representing Jack Abramoff in a dispute over a seized tax refund because he previously prosecuted one of the disgraced former lobbyist’s associates.

by NewsMax | June 25th, 2014

Possible, but House Oversight Chairman Issa wants to know what the former IRS official will say, first.

by Courthouse News Service | June 24th, 2014

SDNY seeks forfeiture of work stolen in Switzerland in 1986.

by Main Justice staff | June 24th, 2014

Francis Schmitz, a former AUSA and U.S. Atty finalist, is probing Wisconsin Gov’s campaign finance.

by Al Jazeera America | June 24th, 2014

Senate bill would close loophole that allows gov’t to withhold documents from the public.

by National Journal | June 24th, 2014

Privacy and civil liberties advocates want audit.

by Bloomberg | June 24th, 2014

Don’t let banks use our cash to pay for DOJ settlements.

by The New York Times | June 24th, 2014

Federal appeals court lifts veil on decision to kill American citizen overseas.

by Fox News | June 23rd, 2014

Public Integrity Section trial attorney Marquest Meeks reportedly investigating.

by Associated Press | June 23rd, 2014

The former U.S. Attorney General suffered a mild stroke.

by Associated Press | June 23rd, 2014

“Is Bharara targeting Indians?” was the question posed by an article on India Today’s web site in December. The Manhattan U.S. Attorney called the criticism “kind of odd.”

by The Chicago Tribune | June 23rd, 2014

Former U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald, slapped with $100b lien, was among witnesses testifying.

by The Wall Street Journal | June 23rd, 2014

Holder says Justice Department won’t back down.

by The Wall Street Journal | June 23rd, 2014

Investigators say evidence indicates French bank hid $30 Billion of transactions in violation of U.S. sanctions.

by Stephen Dockery | June 20th, 2014

Bank of America representatives and the Justice Department have not met for negotiations in more than a week.

by The Wall Street Journal | June 20th, 2014

Justice Dept. pursuing civil False Claims Act lawsuit related to doping scandal.

by Mary Jacoby | June 19th, 2014

David Hale has served as the top federal prosecutor in the Louisville-based Western District of Kentucky since 2010.

by Reuters | June 19th, 2014

Benghazi attack suspect should be tried there, Justice Minister says.

by The New York Times | June 19th, 2014

SEC and DOJ scrutinizing how information from the Hill reaches investors.

by The Wall Street Journal | June 19th, 2014

Federal Judge Max Cogburn’s ruling on Thursday represented a victory for the Justice Department, although he told prosecutors to amend their complaint, and gave them 30 days to do so.

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