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Report: Memos show FBI’s ‘Hurry the F Up Pressure’ Weeks Before 2016 Election

Report: Memos show FBI’s ‘Hurry the F Up Pressure’ Weeks Before 2016 Election

Investigators have found additional communications between FBI official Peter Strzok and his lover, former FBI lawyer Lisa Page, that show his team was rushing in the fall of 2016 to find evidence of
Judge Rejects Long Detentions of Migrant Families, Dealing Trump Another Setback

Judge Rejects Long Detentions of Migrant Families, Dealing Trump Another Setback

Migrants who were separated from their children after crossing the border were dropped off at a shelter in El Paso, Tex.
Judge Rejects Long Detentions of Migrant Families, Dealing Trump Another Setback

Judge Rejects Long Detentions of Migrant Families, Dealing Trump Another Setback

Migrants who were separated from their children after crossing the border were dropped off at a shelter in El Paso, Tex.
Why Was a Citizenship Question Put on the Census? ‘Bad Faith,’ a Judge Suggests

Why Was a Citizenship Question Put on the Census? ‘Bad Faith,’ a Judge Suggests

Commerce Secretary Wilbur L. Ross Jr. has offered shifting explanations for why the Trump administration added a question about citizenship to the 2020 census.
Why Was a Citizenship Question Put on the Census? ‘Bad Faith,’ a Judge Suggests

Why Was a Citizenship Question Put on the Census? ‘Bad Faith,’ a Judge Suggests

Commerce Secretary Wilbur L. Ross Jr. has offered shifting explanations for why the Trump administration added a question about citizenship to the 2020 census.

Judge tosses much of Trump admin lawsuit, protects California’s limited cooperation with ICE

The Trump administration’s efforts to force California authorities to cooperate with federal immigration enforcement were dealt a serious blow Monday, when a federal judge dismissed…
Rosenstein Asks Prosecutors to Help With Kavanaugh Papers in Unusual Request

Rosenstein Asks Prosecutors to Help With Kavanaugh Papers in Unusual Request

Former law enforcement officials described Rod J. Rosenstein’s directive as a troubling precedent.
Rosenstein Asks Prosecutors to Help With Kavanaugh Papers in Unusual Request

Rosenstein Asks Prosecutors to Help With Kavanaugh Papers in Unusual Request

Former law enforcement officials described Rod J. Rosenstein’s directive as a troubling precedent.
Why Nevada's Execution Drug Cocktail Is So Controversial

Why Nevada's Execution Drug Cocktail Is So Controversial

A sedative, an opioid, and a paralytic sit at the core of legal and ethical debates over the state-sanctioned killing of death row prisoner Scott Dozier.
Justice Dept. Nominee Who Drew Scrutiny for Russian Bank Work Is Confirmed

Justice Dept. Nominee Who Drew Scrutiny for Russian Bank Work Is Confirmed

Brian A. Benczkowski, left, the new head of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, with Senator Patrick J. Leahy, Democrat of Vermont, who voted against him.

U.S. Justice Department reopens 63-year-old Emmett Till murder investigation

The U.S. Department of Justice is reopening the 63-year-old Emmett Till case after acquiring “new information” about the case. What’s the history of the case?…
Ending the Dead-End-Job Trap

Ending the Dead-End-Job Trap

On Thursday, the attorney general of Washington State announced that seven fast-food chains, including Arby’s, Carl’s Jr. and McDonald’s, had agreed not to use “no poach” or “no hire” agreements.
AT&T-Time Warner Deal Approval Gets Justice Department Challenge
AT&T-Time Warner Deal Approval Gets Justice Department Challenge
The Real F.B.I. Election Culprit

The Real F.B.I. Election Culprit

Peter Strzok testified on Thursday before the House Judiciary and Oversight Committees.
Gap Between Trump and Justice Dept. Officials Grows Starker

Gap Between Trump and Justice Dept. Officials Grows Starker

President Trump was meeting with Queen Elizabeth II in Buckinghamshire, England, when the indictment of 12 Russians was announced on Friday.