The bank, which has already set aside $6 billion to settle expected Justice Department mortgage-related allegations, had $4 billion in litigation expense for the quarter.
The Justice Department’s No. 3 official speaks in Washington following Citigroup’s $7 billion settlement over the sale and securitizing of residential mortgages.
Commentary: Why no individual securities fraud charges brought in $7b settlement?
Leahy-Grassley bill is pro-consumer, pro-competition, gets bipartisan support.
Attorneys prosecuting former Utah AGs Mark Shurtleff and John Swallow are frustrated by the slow speed of the investigation in Salt Lake City.
Holder addresses Congress, America to “eradicate” inequality.
Won’t target banks that do business with short-term lenders, gun dealers.
No deal imminent, but negotiations may run between hundreds of millions of dollars to $1 billion.
Report cites “serious deficiencies” in crime lab task force.
New DOJ crime chief to focus on “low-risk, lucrative” cybercrime.
Judge rules Huntsville, AL. schools need to desegregate further.
Charged with bribery, evidence tampering, other counts.
NPA for company owned by governor of Tennessee and brother, owner of Cleveland Browns.
Says opposition to Obama is on policy, not “racial animus.”
U.S. District Judge Ellen Huvelle ruled that Peter Zeidenberg’s current representation was sufficiently removed from the public corruption case that he helped to prosecute at the Justice Department.
DOJ grants key witness in Bob McDonnell corruption case blanket immunity.
DOJ delays Citigroup case in order to make headlines.
Bank agreed to $7 billion deal on mortgage securities investigation.
Syrian “frightening,” Palin not “particularly good.”
Attorney General Eric Holder holds press conference to announce the latest “get tough on Wall Street” resolution.
Virginia Representative Frank Wolf requested DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz replace Barbara Bosserman as the lead investigator in the IRS scandal.
Officer who fatally shot woman after high-speed case will not face criminal charges.
Sources say Christie administration pushed Port Authority to hire from governor’s former firm.
Roger Taney, anyone?
Reporting program leads to investigation of innocents, ACLU says.
Will prove to be a test of DC prosecutors’ worth.
DOJ says contains “novel questions of fact and law.”
To address allegations of brutality, discrimination, neglect.
Assistant US attorney stays vigilant prosecuting amongst changing medical pot provisions.
New evidence in ex-AG’s case shows mounting tension between Shurtleff and top aide.