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.
The DOJ reportedly granted immunity to a specialist who deleted Clinton's emails.
"There's a problem here," he said of the DOJ's probe of Clinton.
Officials use regulatory tools to achieve policies not reached through democratic channels.
Video exists of a female student striking a South Carolina police officer during their...
Justice has been working more closely with EU law enforcement in recent months.
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.
Is it just Republican political intransigence — or racial politics?
Some members of Congress seem intent on instigating an interagency tug-of-war.
Officials allege the suspects sent money and firearms to a fighter in Syria.
The charge stems from Arpaio allegedly disobeying orders in a racial profiling case.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch said the DOJ is not ready to probe two recent shootings.
OPINION | Unlike the DOJ phaseout of private prisons, DHS is only reviewing the issue.
More than 33,000 employees will participate in the mandatory program.
The agreements actually provide a template for all institutions of higher education to follow.
Washington has become the merger capital of the world.
Some stores faced allegations of filling invalid prescriptions for painkillers.
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.
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.