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by The Wall Street Journal | January 20th, 2015

Court filing reveals department arm had its own secret database.

by | January 16th, 2015

The Attorney General nominee will come before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Jan. 28 and 29, Chairman Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) announced.

by Mary Jacoby | January 14th, 2015

Horn succeeds Sally Quillian Yates, who was nominated this month to be Deputy Attorney General, the Justice Department’s No. 2 official.

by Main Justice staff | January 14th, 2015

K. Dee McCown is now director of Global Security and Loss Prevention at W.W. Grainger, Inc,

by The Washington Post | January 14th, 2015

Taking selfies at the Louvre while world leaders marched for unity, Jon Stewart “discovers.”

by Politico | January 14th, 2015

A phrase that limited protections to individuals engaged in “ordinary newsgathering activities” is being changed to simply say “newsgathering activities,” narrowing prosecutors’ room to maneuver.

by Josh Kovensky | January 13th, 2015

Calling the actions by top department brass a “harmful procedural error,” the Jan. 2 decision sustained a 2013 ruling from an administrative judge that overturned the suspensions of Alaska Assistant U.S. Attorneys Joseph Bottini and James Goeke.

by Dylan Tokar | January 13th, 2015

The firm’s new global investigations and white collar defense practice will focus on banks and financial services companies facing government scrutiny and litigation in multiple jurisdictions.

by | January 13th, 2015

Kamala Harris wants to be “a fighter” for middle class families, children, students, immigrants and seniors.

by The New York Times | January 13th, 2015

In 2008, according to the report, the F.B.I. assumed the power to review email accounts the N.S.A. wanted to collect through the “Prism” system, which collects emails of foreigners from providers like Yahoo and Google.

by Marisa Iati | January 12th, 2015

Elizabeth Prewitt worked on the LIBOR and Forex cases.

by The Washington Post | January 12th, 2015

Jeffrey D. Robinson and Kristine Hamann will review D.C. U.S. Atty’s office cases.

by New York Daily News | January 12th, 2015

But didn’t attend the anti-terrorism unity rally.

by Dylan Tokar | January 12th, 2015

The Deputy Chief oversaw trial practice for the units litigating Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations, securities fraud and healthcare fraud.

by The New York Times | January 12th, 2015

O’Neil said he would join the law firm Debevoise & Plimpton as a partner in its Washington office, where he will handle white-collar defense and cybersecurity issues. Debevoise, which caters to some of the biggest banks and corporations in the world, is expected to announce the hiring on Monday.

by The New York Times | January 12th, 2015

Loretta Lynch sees herself more as a traditional prosecutor than as a civil rights advocate.

by ABC News | January 9th, 2015

The interview suggests New Jersey U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman’s investigation is winding down.

by The Des Moines Register | January 9th, 2015

New Senate Judiciary chairman names AG, oversight, judges, immigration, asset forfeiture and juvenile justice.

by The Washington Post | January 9th, 2015

Reflects increasing national security role of sanctions and financial intelligence.

by The Washington Post | January 9th, 2015

Cohen’s selection for a CIA job that has often gone to agency insiders reflects the extent to which Treasury has morphed from a department created in the 18th century to print money and collect taxes into one that plays a major role in national security issues.

by The New York Times | January 9th, 2015

The Justice Department investigation stems from an affair Mr. Petraeus had with Paula Broadwell, an Army Reserve officer who was writing his biography, and focuses on whether he gave her access to his C.I.A. email account and other highly classified information.

by Politico | January 9th, 2015

At CIA leak trial, ending six-year battle.

by Dylan Tokar | January 9th, 2015

The department’s No. 2 official was the “James Brown” of the DOJ, Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch said, riffing off the late funk legend’s nickname as the “hardest working man in show business.”

by Dylan Tokar | January 9th, 2015

Attorney General Holder Delivers Remarks at Farewell Ceremony for Deputy Attorney General Cole
Washington, DC, United States ~ Thursday, January 8, 2015
Good afternoon – and thank you all for being here. This is a bittersweet day – for this department, for me, and, I know, for everyone in this Great Hall. But it is [...]

by Dylan Tokar | January 9th, 2015

Deputy Attorney General James M. Cole Delivers Remarks at His Farewell Ceremony
Washington, DC, United States ~ Thursday, January 8, 2015
After hearing all these wonderful speeches, I’m reluctant to get up and say anything. I should just quit while I’m ahead. But I can’t resist the opportunity to say a few things.
First, I have [...]

by Ken Silverstein | January 7th, 2015

From a ‘heavily mortgaged” Great Falls, Va., house to four lavish estates.

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.”