Department of Justice
What if we treated guns like motor vehicles?
By using courts to enforce a subpoena against Eric Holder, a final judgment is still far off.
“We're involved right now in active negotiations,” said Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.).
New legislation pushes back against government access to personal data stored on US corporation...
Too many of us consider the act of talking about structural racism to be racist itself.
The DOJ will no longer engage in state forfeiture adoptions for cash and vehicles.
Under Holder, the Justice Department seemed more an instrument of politics than of justice.
Issa says release was timed to ensure documents didn't effect election.
To those familiar with the confirmation process, the delay can mean one of two things.
Who will carry the baton for the Obama administration now?
Eric Holder hailed it as a victory for trying terror suspects in civilian courts.
Associate Attorney General Tony West was one of Holder's top lieutenants.
A campaign is underway to change how the right to publicly perform musical compositions is licensed.
Operation Choke Point threatens the availability, diversity and affordability of goods.
Is it just Republican political intransigence — or racial politics?
Some members of Congress seem intent on instigating an interagency tug-of-war.
AG nominee performed impressively at hearing, but GOP assent not assured.
Verizon, Apple and Cisco are among the firms backing Microsoft's case.
Lynch won indictments against eight members of a cyber crime gang.
No two agencies' risks in dealing with climate change are alike, according to the documents.
An agent set up an account in the name of a woman suspected of drug ties.
Critics felt Holder didn't do enough to bring bad financial actors to justice.
The ACLU obtained the memos from the Justice Department through a FOIA lawsuit.
OPINION | Holder declares he is happy to wear one label his critics place on him.