Nothing was found on your request

justice department

James Comey: ‘I Have Long Worried About My Ego’

James Comey: ‘I Have Long Worried About My Ego’

“I have long worried about my ego,” former FBI Director James Comey conceded in his recently released memoir.
Former UBS Trader Is Cleared in ‘Spoofing’ Case

Former UBS Trader Is Cleared in ‘Spoofing’ Case

A former trader for the Swiss bank UBS, Andre Flotron, was prosecuted on charges related to market manipulation and a practice called “spoofing,” which the Justice Department has been trying to rein
DoJ Now Investigating Huawei for Allegedly Violating Iran Sanctions

DoJ Now Investigating Huawei for Allegedly Violating Iran Sanctions

In 2017, the US Department of Commerce fined ZTE almost $900 million for violating sanctions by illegally shipping US goods to Iran. Then, last week the DoC stepped up the punishment after ZTE failed
Sessions Won’t Say Whether He Recused Himself in Michael Cohen Inquiry

Sessions Won’t Say Whether He Recused Himself in Michael Cohen Inquiry

Attorney General Jeff Sessions evaded lawmakers’ questions about whether his recusal from campaign-related investigations extended to the inquiry into President Trump’s personal lawyer during
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Supreme Court and the New Civil War

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Supreme Court and the New Civil War

“Authority of Law,” a statue at the Supreme Court facing the Capitol in Washington.

Daily Cartoon: Thursday. April 25th

Peter Kuper’s Daily Cartoon depicts the President’s Just-Us System.

Daily Cartoon: Thursday, April 26th

Peter Kuper’s Daily Cartoon depicts the President’s Just-Us System.
Lawyer Who Was Said to Have Dirt on Clinton Had Closer Ties to Kremlin Than She Let On

Lawyer Who Was Said to Have Dirt on Clinton Had Closer Ties to Kremlin Than She Let On

Natalia V. Veselnitskaya had long insisted that she met top Trump campaign officials in 2016 in a private capacity. Newly disclosed details undermine her assertion.
Lawyer Who Was Said to Have Dirt on Clinton Had Closer Ties to Kremlin Than She Let On

Lawyer Who Was Said to Have Dirt on Clinton Had Closer Ties to Kremlin Than She Let On

Natalia V. Veselnitskaya had long insisted that she met top Trump campaign officials in 2016 in a private capacity. Newly disclosed details undermine her assertion.
Lawyer Who Was Said to Have Dirt on Clinton Had Closer Ties to Kremlin Than She Let On

Lawyer Who Was Said to Have Dirt on Clinton Had Closer Ties to Kremlin Than She Let On

Natalia V. Veselnitskaya had long insisted that she met top Trump campaign officials in 2016 in a private capacity. Newly disclosed details undermine her assertion.
Manafort’s Lawsuit Taking Aim at Mueller Is Tossed Out of Court

Manafort’s Lawsuit Taking Aim at Mueller Is Tossed Out of Court

Paul Manafort is facing dozens of charges of money laundering, bank fraud, tax evasion and failing to register as a foreign agent.
Manafort’s Lawsuit Taking Aim at Mueller Is Tossed Out of Court

Manafort’s Lawsuit Taking Aim at Mueller Is Tossed Out of Court

Paul Manafort is facing dozens of charges of money laundering, bank fraud, tax evasion and failing to register as a foreign agent.
Sprint and T-Mobile just can’t quit each other

Sprint and T-Mobile just can’t quit each other

They’re the Ross and Rachel of wireless carriers. On Sunday, Sprint and T-Mobile announced plans to merge, this time in a $26 billion all-stock deal…
Op-Ed Columnist: The Sense of Justice That We’re Losing

Op-Ed Columnist: The Sense of Justice That We’re Losing

Griffin Bell, left, toured the Justice Department with Edward Levi, the attorney general, in 1977.
The Week Ahead: Closing Arguments in AT&T Trial, and Jobs Numbers Will Be Released

The Week Ahead: Closing Arguments in AT&T Trial, and Jobs Numbers Will Be Released

Jeff Bewkes, the chief executive of Time Warner, attending the trial at which the Justice Department is challenging his company’s merger with AT&T. It is expected to be a least a month before a
T-Mobile-Sprint Merger Would Reduce Competition, If Approved
How the Sprint Deal is a Feather in T-Mobile C.E.O.’s Cap: DealBook Briefing

How the Sprint Deal is a Feather in T-Mobile C.E.O.’s Cap: DealBook Briefing

John Legere on the floor of the N.Y.S.E. earlier this year.
DealBook: Sprint and T-Mobile Try Again, but Antitrust Hurdles Remain the Same

DealBook: Sprint and T-Mobile Try Again, but Antitrust Hurdles Remain the Same

No matter how hard T-Mobile and Sprint try to sell their merger, it seems headed toward a battle with antitrust regulators.
Editorial: The Implausible Promises of a T-Mobile-Sprint Merger

Editorial: The Implausible Promises of a T-Mobile-Sprint Merger

T-Mobile’s chief executive, John Legere, left, and Marcelo Claure, Sprint’s C.E.O., have agreed to a $26.5 billion merger.