How the Justice Department wants to help diversify police forces
The federal government on Wednesday issued guidance to national security agencies and local police departments on how they can diversify their ranks as part of a significant new effort to
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Why the Justice Department’s review of police agreements matters
Apr 4, 2017 Posted by In Politics Tagged Political News US Congress(WASHINGTON) — One of the key — and most controversial roles — the Justice Department has come to play is policing the police in the United States The DOJ has reviewed the Chicago and Baltimore police departments, and it has investigated police-involved shootings, such as the fatal shooting of Michael Brown, in Ferguson, Missouri, and…
Why the Justice Department Is Defiant
A House subpoena, another missed deadline. What is the department hiding?
Reed Questions Barr at Appropriations Hearing on Justice Department Budget
At the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies hearing to review the FY2020 budget for the U.S. Department of ...
Top 10 miscarriages of the Justice Department
Rarely, if ever, has there been a more politicized Justice Department than the one presided over by Attorney General Eric Holder.
Common Wants You To Vote Smart Justice
This Election Day, voters have an opportunity to show politicians that they will hold them accountable for their positions on criminal justice reform. The AC...
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If Rosenstein leaves Justice Department, what happens next?
Rosenstein's departure would trigger a myriad of possibilities affecting the Russia probe.
Has the Justice Department Seized Hillary’s Server? If Not, Why Not?
Has the government — preferably the Justice Department and the FBI — taken possession of Hillary Clinton’s private server? If not, why not?
How the Justice Department Could Investigate Jeff Sessions
Partisans have been quick to condemn or exonerate Sessions for contact with Russian officials. A full investigation is needed.
Why the Justice Department rejected the Aetna and Anthem deals
The government argues both transactions would “substantially lessen competition in numerous markets around the country.” The result, antitrust regulators said, would lead to “higher prices and reduced benefits” for consumers. Both companies plan to challenge the DOJ in court.
Why the Justice Department Went After the Wrong Deal
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New evidence hints at a Justice Department coverup
Trump's phone call likely broke campaign finance laws, but no one told the FEC.
How to Read the Justice Department Summary of the Mueller Report
On Sunday Attorney General William Barr submitted his summary of the main conclusions from special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into the 2016 Presidential elections. If you want to check out the whole thing, you can read it here.
Law, not politics, must remain the focus of the Justice Department
What’s Inside the Justice Department’s Secret Cybersecurity Memo?
Despite calls for its release, the government will not make public a memo that Sen. Ron Wyden says is crucial to the Senate’s looming cybersecurity debate.
Justice Department Rules Fix NICS A Success
There is further evidence in the report that the Fix NICS Act is leading to improvements beyond an increase in the number of prohibiting records.
If Rosenstein Leaves Justice Department, What Happens Next?
The investigation into Russian election interference is often called the Mueller probe, but it's Rod Rosenstein who oversees it. Rosenstein's fate as deputy attorney general remains in the air after reports...
There is no way this man should be running the Justice Department
By Editorial Board November 9 at 7:59 PM IS MATTHEW G. WHITAKER the legitimate acting attorney general? From approximately the second President Trump ousted Attorney General Jeff Sessions and tapped …