Commentator argues that Perez has been rewarded for work on controversial St Paul case.
The White House officially threatened to veto the main House cybersecurity bill Tuesday afternoon, citing privacy concerns.
The former Deputy Attorney General praises the Labor nominee.
Democrats on the committee question the timing of the hearing.
“As President Obama stated earlier today, we are treating this event as an act of terror,” Holder said.
Nominees include 11th Circuit Judge William Pryor, U.S. District Court Judge Charles Breyer and NYU Law professor Rachel Barkow.
The Wartime Suspension of Limitations Act provides prosecutors unlimited time to pursue alleged fraud during times of war. And the United States is currently at war — in Afghanistan.
Some documents have already been provided to the House and Senate Intelligence Committees and the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Former chief economist at the U.S. Sentencing Commission looks at the problem with gun checks.
U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz’s office is coordinating the department’s response with the FBI and other federal, state and local law enforcement authorities.
John England III, who is second in command at the U.S. Attorney’s Office and the son of a former Alabama Supreme Court justice , has been named to replace retiring U.S. Magistrate Judge Robert Armstrong.
Commentator accuses Labor nominee of being hostile to rights of churches and other religious organizations.
“The Dirty Dozen List” fingers DOJ as one of “top 12 facilitators of porn in America.”
The Labor Department nominee has won praise and aroused concern for his leadership in the Civil Rights Division.
The Labor Department nominee will appear before the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee later this week.
The Massachusetts Senate hopeful used to represent the Newtown, Conn.-based National Shooting Sports Foundation.
Six current and former Assistant U.S. Attorneys in Manhattan are among those who may not enter Russia.
The Antitrust Division will now file the names of culpable employees under seal.
President Obama renominated Kenneth Gonzales in January to serve on the U.S. District Court in the District of New Mexico.
Srinivasan should provide a way forward on judicial nominations.
Commentary: Just cut the size of the court from 11 to 8 and there’s no need to confirm any more pesky Democratic nominees.
GOP’s “court-packing” scheme would rig the second most powerful court in the country.
The Massachusetts Senate hopeful reported in a financial disclosure form that the Newtown, Conn.-based National Shooting Sports Foundation is one of 15 clients of the Ashcroft Law Firm where he works.
The House Oversight Committee chairman subpoenaed the private emails of the nominee to lead the Labor Department ahead of his confirmation hearing next week.
State actors present the worst threats, top intelligence and law enforcement officials said at a congressional hearing today.
Silence from the Department of Justice hints that untangling a mess that blighted careers could take a while.
The admission from the Treasury Department comes after a mutli-billion dollar review of suspect and faulty home loans was deemed unsuccessful.
Crucially, the legislation offers broad legal immunity to businesses sharing threat information with each other and the government.
Opinion: GOP reneged on agreement to filibuster only in extraordinary circumstances.
Veteran federal prosecutor David Rivera has been named acting U.S. attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee.
BEST FCPA LAWYERS PRACTICE GROUP OF THE YEAR. Main Justice held an awards luncheon in Washington, D.C., to honor top firms in the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act arena. This video shows announcement of the finalists and winner in the Practice Group of the Year category.
"Although Burke denied to congressional investigators that he had any retaliatory motive for his actions, we found substantial evidence to the contrary." -- OIG report faulting former U.S. Attorney Dennis Burke for giving a Fox News producer a memorandum about Fast and Furious case.