A weapons of mass destruction attack inside the United States that would cause massive casualties, guest commentary concludes.
The policy shift is expected to increase coordination between Main Justice prosecutors and the 94 U.S. Attorneys’ offices throughout the nation.
Courtney Sullivan prosecuted attacks in Bali, Jakarta and on USS Cole.
A look at overseas terror recruitment efforts in the U.S.
Minneapolis-St. Paul in DOJ pilot program to stop pipeline to overseas terror groups.
DOJ lawyers asked U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson not to require Holder to turn over any documents to the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee until after her rulings can be appealed.
Commentary: Something about the defamation suit against the advocacy group has made the U.S. government weirdly nervous.
A goal set in 2009 is nearing completion. Does this mean he will ready to exit he department soon?
Is U.S. Attorney Ron Machen moving too slowly in criminal case against D.C. mayor?
The legendary power broker died today in his home in Chevy Chase.
That two SDNY prosecutors are violating his First Amendment rights.
Rio Arriba County Sheriff Thomas Rodella’s motion to disqualify New Mexico U.S. Attorney Damon Martinez from the prosecution will be heard later today.
Amy Berman Jackson allowed Kelley to continue with one count of her privacy violation claim over unlawful disclosure of information to the media.
Founder of investigations firm Nardello & Co. criticizes Holder on Ferguson.
Of cop accused of sexually assaulting black women.
DOJ intervenes in a defamation lawsuit against group advocating for tough Iran sanctions.
Editorial questions ‘cloak and dagger’ operation surrounding former Tax Division attorney Andrew Strelka.
For public affairs work at NJ U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman’s office.
Did Texas AG Greg Abbott raid a voter group to dry up its funding?
Investigating the Ray Rice incident, given Wilmer’s other lucrative work for the NFL?
Yahoo’s threatened fine if it didn’t comply with U.S. demands for email, unsealed docs show.
A 32-year veteran of the Civil Division, Branda is filling the position left vacant by Stuart Delery, now acting Associate Attorney General.
A Freedom of Information Act request of Inspector General records reveals a “startling array” of transgressions that failed to result in firing or prosecution.
A reporter knocked on his door and was treated to a three-hour catharsis.
The Associate Attorney General was given a send-off from the Great Hall at Justice headquarters after five years helping to lead the department.
Although his identity can be found in news articles searchable via Google, a stigma associated with mental illness tipped the balance in the plaintiff’s favor, U.S. District Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson ruled.
Tony West was honored at Justice Department headquarters in Washington, D.C., today.
Judge Amy Berman Jackson rejected the House Oversight Committee’s effort to force the attorney general to give a date for the specific policy decision used as grounds for withholding each disputed document from the panel. But she also asked DOJ to produce a privilege log for assessment.
The Western Texas U.S. Attorney is nominated to be a federal judge.
DOJ’s departing No. 3 recalls JPMorgan negotiations.