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Michael Flynn’s Lawyers Escalate Attacks on Prosecutors

Michael Flynn’s Lawyers Escalate Attacks on Prosecutors

Lawyers for Mr. Flynn, the former national security adviser, said they believed prosecutors had material that could exonerate him. The government dismissed those claims.
Rudy Giuliani: 'Prosecutions Will Happen' Following Damning IG Report on Comey

Rudy Giuliani: 'Prosecutions Will Happen' Following Damning IG Report on Comey

Rudy Giuliani weighed in on the explosive DOJ Inspector General Report on former FBI Director James Comey's handling of the Russia probe and promised that "prosecutions will happen," despite the
Justice Department Drafts Legislation To Expedite Death Penalty For Mass Shooters

Justice Department Drafts Legislation To Expedite Death Penalty For Mass Shooters

In the wake of this weekend’s shooting in Odessa, Texas, the Justice Department is drafting legislation to expedite the death...
Gregory Craig’s Trial Reaches Closing Arguments

Gregory Craig’s Trial Reaches Closing Arguments

The former White House counsel under President Barack Obama is charged with lying to federal officials over work he did for Ukraine.
Gregory Craig Acquitted on Charge of Lying to Justice Department

Gregory Craig Acquitted on Charge of Lying to Justice Department

Jurors reached a verdict after only hours of deliberation. The trial of Mr. Craig, a former White House counsel, painted an unflattering portrait of Washington lobbying.
Gregory Craig Acquitted on Charge of Lying to Justice Department

Gregory Craig Acquitted on Charge of Lying to Justice Department

Jurors reached a verdict after only hours of deliberation. The trial of Mr. Craig, a former White House counsel, painted an unflattering portrait of Washington lobbying.

CVS-Aetna Merger Wins Antitrust Approval From Judge

The judge had initially balked at approving the merger conditions but agreed on Wednesday, 10 months after the deal was closed.
Mississippi Mental Health System Violates Federal Law, Judge Says

Mississippi Mental Health System Violates Federal Law, Judge Says

Judge Carlton W. Reeves said he would appoint a special master to oversee the system. The federal government sued the state in 2016.
36 Years in Prison for a $50 Robbery

36 Years in Prison for a $50 Robbery

When will Alabama stop throwing away people in its shameful prisons?
DOJ Appointee Accused Of Using Politics To Shape Grant-Awarding Process

DOJ Appointee Accused Of Using Politics To Shape Grant-Awarding Process

A Justice Department official appointed by President Donald Trump let partisan political considerations infect a federal grant-awarding process, according to...
Justice Dept. Investigates California Emissions Pact That Embarrassed Trump

Justice Dept. Investigates California Emissions Pact That Embarrassed Trump

The investigation escalates a standoff between President Trump, California and the auto industry over one of his most significant rollbacks of climate regulations.
Justice Dept. Investigates California Emissions Pact That Embarrassed Trump

Justice Dept. Investigates California Emissions Pact That Embarrassed Trump

The investigation escalates a standoff between President Trump, California and the auto industry over one of his most significant rollbacks of climate regulations.

Gas War: Antitrust Probe Opened Into Automakers Endorsing California Emissions Pact

The Justice Department has opened an antitrust probe into four automakers that formed a pact with California to compromise on tailpipe emissions, effectively circumventing federal regulators, last
Mississippi Mental Health System Violates Federal Law, Judge Says

Mississippi Mental Health System Violates Federal Law, Judge Says

Judge Carlton W. Reeves said he would appoint a special master to oversee the system. The federal government sued the state in 2016.

Google acknowledges DOJ scrutiny as part of competition review

Google has confirmed that it's one of the targets of the Justice Department's review of competition in tech. The search firm has revealed that DOJ officials asked it to provide information about "past
Dozens Accused of $115 Million Medicare Kickback Scheme

Dozens Accused of $115 Million Medicare Kickback Scheme

Dozens of people and two healthcare providers are accused of carrying out a multi-million-dollar kickback scheme in California, the Justice Department said Thursday.
The Auto Rule Rollback That Nobody Wants, Except Trump

The Auto Rule Rollback That Nobody Wants, Except Trump

The president is trying to sabotage an enormous climate achievement that much of the car industry supports.
How Democracy Dies, American-Style

How Democracy Dies, American-Style

Sharpies, auto emissions and the weaponization of policy.
Prosecutors Could Ask for Prison Time for Michael Flynn

Prosecutors Could Ask for Prison Time for Michael Flynn

In a reversal, prosecutors hinted that they could ask for prison time for Michael T. Flynn, the president’s first national security adviser.
Sabre Tips Its Hand in Response to Antitrust Lawsuit Over Farelogix Merger

Sabre Tips Its Hand in Response to Antitrust Lawsuit Over Farelogix Merger

The joke goes that the only people who make money in mergers are the lawyers and the bankers. If litigation continues over Sabre's acquisition of Farelogix, the lawyers may be laughing all the way to
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