The reporter for a weekly newspaper in Pawleys Island, unable to get Thomas Falkinburg to speak, was left to analyze his body language.
… of NYT’s Risen’s attempts to get Supreme Court review of reporter’s privilege?
AAG Leslie Caldwell makes public debut at presser.
Though new U.S. Attorney Walt Green concedes there are few threats in Baton Rouge.
Bipartisan support in House to stop DOJ from interfering in states’ medical marijuana laws.
Justice Dept. already involved.
Against Justice Department reforms.
Shinseki’s resignation isn’t enough, Arizona Republican says.
John Dodson filed FOIA for former DOJ spokeswoman Tracy Schmaler’s communications.
Republicans accuse DOJ of squeezing gun dealers, etc., by pressuring their banks.
Mike Levine and attorney Jay Darden fought DOJ’s 2012 demand.
The Manhattan U.S. Attorney looms like a “gray spring day” over New York’s capital.
For the Credit Suisse plea.
The AG vows he won’t jail reporters in meeting on DOJ guidelines to protect news gathering.
The author of “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” was a “trailblazer in the truest sense, and one of the guiding lights of the 20th century,” the attorney general said.
Damon Martinez, Deirdre Daly and Walt Green were approved by voice vote.
The Justice Department’s once-orphaned Tax Division is about to be parentless again.
In support of same-sex marriage, WaPo reports.
Partners were told Friday afternoon.
The conflict underlines lingering doubts on the New York side of the Hudson River about the New Jersey U.S. Attorney’s independence and resolve, and threatens further to complicate an already sprawling, politically difficult investigation.
The trial lawyer in $9.5b Ecuador judgment questions Patton Boggs settlement with Chevron.
Final vote: 53-45, with all Republicans and two Democrats opposed.
An Associate Deputy Attorney General and a Civil Division Commercial Litigation Branch assistant chief are tapped to hear federal claims.
FBI ends resistance; will no longer rely on written notes and agent memories to document interrogations.
The R. Allen Stanford prosecutor now sits on the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals.
1st Circuit Appeals Court nominee was threatened by drone memo authorship.
Senators voted 52 to 43 to advance the nomination of David J. Barron to serve on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 1st Circuit. A final confirmation vote is expected on Thursday.
Kathryn Ruemmler rejoins the firm after five years in government – one at the Justice Department and four at the White House.
In: Not too big for a vigorous spanking.
An awful lot to talk about.