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The defendants allegedly wanted to "wake people up" by targeting a Somali community in Kansas.
OPINION | It could empower them to bring separation-of-powers challenges to executive action.
OPINION | Clinton corruption tarnishes reputation of agencies, press
Attorney General Loretta Lynch said the DOJ is not ready to probe two recent shootings.
The DOJ reportedly granted immunity to a specialist who deleted Clinton's emails.
OPINION | Ignorance of the law may now become a legal excuse
Refugee Protection Act will help refugees without legal assistance
Refusing to comment on email probe gives cover to Clinton
Judicial Watch says Comey must go after letting Clinton "walk"
More than 33,000 employees will participate in the mandatory program.
Officials use regulatory tools to achieve policies not reached through democratic channels.
"The government and the community need to know what is on the terrorist's phone," prosecutors said.
The charge stems from Arpaio allegedly disobeying orders in a racial profiling case.
OPINION | The FBI director let politics, not principle of law, influence recommendation.
The administration has scheduled six tribal meetings to discuss the permitting process.
OPINION | Talks between feds and tribal leaders over pipeline project are overdue
OPINION | Unlike the DOJ phaseout of private prisons, DHS is only reviewing the issue.
"There's a problem here," he said of the DOJ's probe of Clinton.
DOJ decision not to prosecute creates nobility without title for Hillary Clinton.
2016 campaign is partly the result of past voter apathy
The FBI may as well voluntarily disband itself and save the taxpayers a lot of money.
"The misconduct in this case was intentional, serious and material," the judge wrote.
Obama gave his position on encryption this fall, but some agencies must've missed the memo.
Three firms are accused of discriminatory lending practices.