Fun facts about the nominee for Tampa U.S. Attorney from his Senate Judiciary Committee questionnaire.
The Office of Congressional Ethics has voted to refer an “entity” for failing to register as a lobbyist.
Defends Moreland Commission, says it acted with “total independence.”
DOJ wants more for BofA’s deals with Countrywide, Merrill.
Ex-gov and wife charged with accepting bribes in office.
Orders former employee to appear before Oversight Committee.
Lawyers in Kellogg Brown & Root case argue docs should be disclosed.
Experts doubt it.
Security firm’s defense team argue govt suppressed exculpatory evidence.
Justification for killing commission “could have been written by Nixon.”
Has the executive branch gone too far in the war on terror?
On trial for federal corruption charges.
Gov’t says group has docs it does not want disclosed.
No chaser, says the Root.
Many who remember Bob Barr as one of the hard-charging managers of Bill Clinton’s impeachment in the 1990s were surprised to see the former congressman from Georgia utterly crushed this week in his attempt to return to the U.S. House. Barr lost to former state senator Barry Loudermilk by 66 percent to 34 percent. How [...]
In the investigation of the death of Staten Island man.
After DEA leaves suspect in cell for five days.
Should there be clearer standards for how such money is used by a maze of state and federal authorities? Has the money distorted incentives for officials?
Pushing Congress to make online streaming a felony.
Issa wants to take a look at Morgan Stanley, Citigroup files.
Manhattan U.S. attorney and former Moreland Commission members may examine Cuomo.
The second police department in a week to get DOJ oversight.
Former U.S. Attorneys Bob Barr and Asa Hutchinson put aside partisan politics to write letters of praise for Eric Holder in connection with his 2009 nomination as Attorney General. Today, they are paying the political price for it.
OpEd: How was Thomas Perrelli chosen? The DOJ should end its secret process.
“Toughness and independence will pay off.”
A timeline of Preet Bharara’s investigation into Governor Cuomo’s anti-corruption commission.
Do inmates have a right to confidential emails with their lawyers?
First time in decades GA voters won’t have DOJ watching over their shoulders.
Slate Magazine says we need “real, constructive reform.”
The former U.S. Attorney for Los Angeles moves to a lifetime appointment on the bench.