Criminal Division nominee sails through unopposed.
Seven Democrats joined Republicans in opposition.
Newly revealed document shows tussle between Justice Department and bank regulator over employee interviews.
Sarbanes-Oxley whistleblower protection applies to contractors of public companies, Supreme Court rules.
Investigator from U.S. Attorney’s office has tried to interview Gov. Christie’s former deputy chief of staff.
Editorial: Opposition to Adegbile over Abu-Jamal is ’sickening.’
The House Oversight Committee wants declarations by two long-time Justice Department lawyers stricken from the record of its lawsuit seeking documents.
The company allegedly inflated its bills to the government by 58 percent.
New funding also requested for national security and cyber investigations.
Filing says Aereo’s Internet operation infringes on broadcasters’ copyrights.
Libertarian Obama critic and Attorney General find common ground on sentencing reform.
The FBI has contacted former campaign manager Bill Stepien.
The Civil Rights Division nominee will now be before the Senate on Tuesday.
John Ratcliffe secured about 20 percent of his campaign funds from former colleagues.
Cynthia Wright prosecutes crimes against young children.
Privacy advocate and FATCA foe Sen. Rand Paul is blocking a crucial U.S.-Switzerland tax treaty.
The Justice Department has not said if it will try to stop the law.
Keith Harper, who represented Native Americans against the government, was reportedly verbally abusive.
The South Carolina U.S. Attorney is looking to clean the streets with less incarceration.
The governor’s press secretary met with Fishman’s staff for several hours Thursday.
Thomas Brandon told lawmakers that failings in storefront sting operations have been addressed.
Commentary: Holder said AGs don’t have to defend gay marriage bans but that somebody should.
Embattled governor says he won’t buckle to media pressure.
Attorney General felt faint and short of breath this morning.
Enforcement against tax evaders in Switzerland has been slow-moving.
Darrell Issa’s committee is seeking documents tied to Operation Fast and Furious.
The Acting Assistant Attorney General is considering private sector and academic jobs.
Combined efforts by DOJ and HHS led to record recovery.
New Orleans U.S. Attorney has defied obstacles all his life.
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