Former U.S. Attorney may run for Indianapolis mayor.
West, the Associate Attorney General, and Durkan are two of the longest-serving Senate-confirmed Justice Department officials in the Barack Obama administration.
Top insider trading and cybercrime prosecutors leave the U.S. Attorney’s office in Manhattan for Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP and Debevoise LLP.
But still no word on his injuries or why he crashed.
The former Deputy Attorney General is now head of a private Christian college near Pittsburgh.
For DOJ National Security Division lawyer and State Dept. national security lawyer.
Former public corruption chief in D.C. argues for the prosecution.
The hearing scheduled for Tuesday at the Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York stems from a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union and its New York affiliate.
White House announces Dallas U.S. Attorney’s intended nomination for immigration post.
Former U.S. Attorney pleads guilty to willful failure to file a tax return, a misdemeanor.
A virtual news blackout surrounds the former FBI Director, seriously injured after crashing his SUV.
ISIS modeled torture of American journalist on CIA technique, former hostages said.
Ahmad Ibrahim Al-Ahmad was indicted under seal in 2011 for allegedly supplying parts for explosive devices used to blow up U.S. troops in Iraq from 2005 to 2010.
Conservative commentary says Eric Holder puts race above impartial law enforcement.
Victor White III’s death while in custody of the Iberia Parish Sheriff’s Office in Louisiana was ruled a suicide.
Why Khalid Sheikh Mohammed’s lawyer is leaving the defense team—and the Army.
It’s almost ridiculous that we consider it progress by merely forcing corporate wrongdoers to admit the truth.
So say unions representing judges, who work for Justice’s Exec. Office for Immigration Review.
In the wake of a shooting death in Ferguson, Mo., Rep. Adam Schiff wants everything recorded.
“Simply stunning, and brazen,” wrote Josh Blackman, an assistant law professor at South Texas College of Law, of the unannounced removal of four U.S. appeals courts’ records.
FBI Director is touring all 56 field offices around the country. Dallas was No. 37.
Rio Arriba County Sheriff Tommy Rodella allegedly shoved his badge in the face of a motorist he is accused of terrorizing.
The Obama administration’s original choice for the job, then-Deputy Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division Roy Austin, was opposed by law enforcement groups.
But St. Louis U.S. Attorney Richard Callahan instead gave the protesters marching on his office a meeting.
The former FBI director sustained serious injuries after crashing his SUV in Vermont.
Aren’t missing after all, DOJ tells Judicial Watch, which calls the revelation ‘jaw dropping.’
Darryl McPherson resigns amid probe of his financial management.
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Kevin O’Dowd, former AUSA under Christie in NJ, was questioned in Bridgegate.
Did legal dept. conceal evidence of faulty ignition switch?