But Missoula County, Mont., prosecutor has sued, saying Justice has no authority.
The county attorney’s office doesn’t work to develop evidence of sexual assault and treats women who report assaults with disrespect, the department concluded in a letter of findings.
Settlement opponents complain the major airline merger will stifle competition.
Justice and Treasury Departments want legal marijuana businesses to have access to financial system.
Commentary: Bridgegate is no ’sudden fall from grace.’
Wolff & Samson would benefit from transit station funded by Christie-controlled agency.
Editorial: DOJ and FCC must determine if Comcast gains too much power from proposed Time Warner Cable purchase.
In private practice, Antitrust chief worked other side of previous Comcast merger.
Over merger plans with Time Warner Cable.
The hiring of Karen Dunn, a former advisor to Hillary Clinton and White House associate counsel to President Obama, is part of the firm’s build-up of its Washington office.
County attorney says the federal government has no say in handling of rape cases.
Justice Department sought delay to analyze data.
Commentary: New Jersey governor’s political turmoil foreshadowed by U.S. Attorney days.
Andrew Luger and Kevin Techau were confirmed by an unopposed voice vote.
Commentary: The latest administration assault upon the rule of law as it pertains to marriage.
Ex-New Orleans mayor found guilty on 20 of 21 corruption counts.
Editorial: U.S. ‘extreme outlier’ in allowing lifetime voting bans
Forfeitures include $1.7 billion from JP Morgan Chase and $284 million from SAC Capital Advisors.
Inspector General fails to tell employees of their right to talk to Congress, senator writes.
Leslie Caldwell, the former head of the Justice Department’s Enron task force, says cyber crime will also be a priority if she’s confirmed as head of the Criminal Division.
Defendant pleaded guilty in slaying tied to Operation Fast and Furious.
Embattled governor’s career as a prosecutor marked with political maneuvering.
“Today’s ruling makes abundantly clear that Apple must now cooperate with the court-appointed monitor,” Justice Department spokeswoman Gina Talamona said.
Appeals court won’t let Apple shake loose corporate monitor Bromwich.
After more than three years, regular hiring will resume at the Department of Justice.
Is the AG playing rope-a-dope with the press?
Scandal shows contrast between U.S. Attorney and self-promoting predecessor.
The Attorney General is on the offensive with voting rights.
The Justice Department will give same-sex marriages equal protection.
New Jersey’s Star-Ledger newspaper offers mea culpa for Chris Christie endorsement.