These types of invasions of privacy demand a law enforcement response.
DOJ IG testifies before Congress on the top challenges facing grant management.
The department revised its policy in response to a lawsuit before FISA court.
The trial comes a year after Nagin was indicted on charges that he accepted bribes in exchange for lucrative city contracts.
The program is the largest assault in a five-year DOJ crackdown on offshore tax evasion.
Prosecutors and the CFTC are looking at whether a trading desk conducted its own futures trades before conducting those on behalf of clients.
DOJ weighing civil and criminal actions against dozens of banks in new initiative, “Operation Choke Point.”
An appeals court grants a brief stay from the monitor tormenting the tech giant.
Two firms that have been at odds over a Chevron verdict are both representing clients in expanding bridge scandal.
Editorial Board: Court looks at the extra-judicial mugging of tech firm.
The Attorney General gave a wide-ranging interview to msnbc.
Steven Donziger said he’s hired Deepak Gupta as his lead appellate counsel in the RICO case.
His defenders point to his active role in negotiating a string of government settlements.
The U.S. Attorney’s office also subpoenaed the state GOP for documents related to “Bridgegate.”
Banks will now be able handle state-sanctioned marijuana money.
The top White House and Treasury aides will set up a new public and strategic affairs practice.
If the NSA leaker were willing to plead guilty to criminal charges.
High-profile attorneys Bob Luskin and Mark Sheridan will represent the campaign.
The New Jersey legal community weighs in on the U.S. Attorney probing “Bridgegate.”
Many legal experts expect AG will pursue it in this case.
The Attorney General is asking Congress to pass the Smarter Sentencing Act to give judges more say in drug cases.
Judge concerned about potential “pattern, policy or practice of pre-indictment prosecutorial misconduct.”
Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board said it’s been largely useless in thwarting terrorism.
The perceived limits of the law are said to have played a role in the operation.
DOJ: USIS methodically filed flawed background investigations.
Sources say DOJ IG is looking into whether another weapon was used in the murder of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry.
Bob McDonnell and his wife Maureen were charged in connection with relationship to Jonnie R. Williams Sr.
A three-judge panel will decide whether the company should be granted a longer stay while it appeals the monitorship.
The dispute shined a light on something that has annoyed corporations for years: compliance monitors.
Regulators moved to make it easier to slap banks with fines if they take on more than their declared appetite for risk.