Police released video despite DOJ concerns.
Seeks truth, calm.
Police say U.S. District Judge Mark Fuller was on the bed when they entered the hotel room, which smelled of alcohol. There was broken glass and hair on the floor. Blood was discovered in the bathroom.
A top Justice Department Civil Division official gets the nod.
Looking into Preet Bharara’s five years in office.
Can Capt. Ron Johnson of the MO Highway Patrol bring peace to Ferguson?
First TX gov to be indicted since 1917.
Called in among continued chaos, violence.
Shown teen was shot six times.
James Risen calls President ‘greatest enemy of press freedom in a generation.’
Roman Seleznev, 30, the son of Russian MP Valery Seleznev, was arrested in the Maldives and may have stolen as much as $17 million, a prosecutor said.
The special prosecutor who obtained an abuse of power indictment against the long-time Republican governor was once set to become the U.S. Attorney in Texas’s Western District.
Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz has accused the department of stonewalling some information requests with improper assertions of privilege.
Advocates pushing for lighter sentencing in wake of laxer drug sentencing.
Wrap up case with ‘tokens of luxury.’
Speaks to Michael Brown’s parents.
Civil Rights Division charged with investigating has no chief.
Says unrest “cannot continue.”
The Justice Department will also be working with local authorities in Ferguson, Mo., to maintain public safety, the President said.
The former Southern Indiana top federal prosecutor is now running for mayor of Indianapolis. Democrats called the allegations “silly.”
St. Louis U.S. Attorney launches civil rights probe.
A 2011 reinterpretation of Wire Act “opened Pandora’s box.”
Six congressmen asking Holder to open federal inquiry.
Police allegedly fired bullets, gas as the crew was setting up to shoot video.
Police respond with rubber bullets, tear gas.
WaPo and HuffPo journalists beaten, arrested, and released for reporting on Ferguson shooting.
Now with the Huffington Post, Reilly was forcibly removed from a McDonald’s – and had his head slammed against a glass wall — while covering protests of the shooting of an unarmed black teenager by police.
Today, the DOJ announced that 36 more members of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas had pleaded guilty to racketeering, bringing the total number of convictions in its six-year investigation to 73.
DOJ trying to acquire emails held abroad.
Director’s name pops up as trial gets progressively more bizarre.