Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) and Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) told ATF Director B. Todd Jones, who was confirmed in August, that his position conflicts with the commitment to whistleblowers he made during his Senate confirmation hearing.
The Attorney General reached out to frustrated DOJ workers yesterday as the second week of the government shutdown comes to an end.
Daniel Kumor, a career ATF special agent, started his job as the special agent in charge of the Boston office last month.
George Abney previously worked an assistant U.S. attorney in the Northern District of Florida.
The Internet company is defending itself for email data collection and advertising practices.
The suit does not allege that consumers were harmed when Google bypassed browser advertisement and cooking protection, a federal judge says.
Discussions continue between the two camps, but after several weeks, a number of unresolved issues stand in the way of a final agreement.
“To those of you who are furloughed, I wish you were on the job furthering the mission of this great institution, instead of wondering when you will be able to return to work and if and when you will be paid.”
“One-stop shopping” would subject companies that cross borders in the European Union to just one data protection authority.
The former head of the Justice Department’s National Security Division, Kenneth L. Wainstein, spoke about criticism of the classification process.
A federal judge has stopped the enforcement action because attorneys from the Federal Trade Commission can’t participate.
Google, Facebook and Yahoo are waging a legal battle over NSA transparency, but DOJ lawyers can’t work on the case during the shutdown.
Recent SEC rule change good for entrepreneurs seeking investors.
The NSA director said cybersecurity policy must be developed on a “foundation of trust.”
Holder right to call for new way to view existing drug laws.
A federal magistrate judge on Tuesday rejected former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin’s last-ditch request for access to a set of secret government records, less than 24 hours after Nagin’s attorney pleaded his case in her courtroom.
Gen. Keith Alexander says an information sharing bill is crucial, but its fate is uncertain amid a government shut down and a looming debt ceiling fight.
Ryan Bergsieker focused on computer crimes in the District of Colorado.
The Association of Mortgage Investors raised concerns with Attorney General Eric Holder over potential legal settlements with banks that they say could stick investors with some of the tab.
New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin said documents about inflammatory comments posted online by federal prosecutors were crucial to his defense against corruption charges.
Board: Attorney General tries to reverse a Supreme Court ruling by the back door.
The agency conducted a review to determine whether John Dodson’s book revealed “sensitive” information.
Plaintiffs claim a former employee breached their vehicle records.
Michael J. Gottlieb served as special assistant to the president and associate White House counsel, where he focused on national security law and judicial nominations.
Heidi Wendel spent the past three years as chief of the civil frauds unit in the U.S. Attorney’s office in the Southern District of New York.
The largest Internet companies in the U.S. are preparing for a showdown with the U.S. government over their campaign to be more transparent about national-security-data requests.
Congress should rewrite Voting Rights Act, board writes.
Column: Is it fair to seize all a defendant owns without showing its criminal source?
Telly Hankton became the latest criminal defendant to use revelations of misconduct by DOJ officials to try to help his case.
The book seller said the complaint should be thrown out just like its predecessor.
"He certainly comes at the law from a prosecutor's perspective." -- William Yeomans on DOJ official Roy Austin, the leading candidate to head ICE.