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New Letter From Attorney General William Barr Seeks to Reassure on Transparency of Mueller Report

New Letter From Attorney General William Barr Seeks to Reassure on Transparency of Mueller Report

Attorney General William Barr sought to reassure Congress and the public that the Mueller report will be released, promising in a new letter that “everyone will soon be able to read it on their own.”
New Letter From Attorney General William Barr Seeks to Reassure on Transparency of Mueller Report

New Letter From Attorney General William Barr Seeks to Reassure on Transparency of Mueller Report

Attorney General William Barr sought to reassure Congress and the public that the Mueller report will be released, promising in a new letter that “everyone will soon be able to read it on their own.”
Woman Kept Dozens of Immigrants in Home, Forcing Some to Work, U.S. Says

Woman Kept Dozens of Immigrants in Home, Forcing Some to Work, U.S. Says

Federal authorities said they found 19 adults and 14 children in an Illinois home during a raid Tuesday, following allegations that Guatemalan citizens were being held in the basement there and forced
Woman Kept Dozens of Immigrants in Home, Forcing Some to Work, U.S. Says

Woman Kept Dozens of Immigrants in Home, Forcing Some to Work, U.S. Says

Federal authorities said they found 19 adults and 14 children in an Illinois home during a raid Tuesday, following allegations that Guatemalan citizens were being held in the basement there and forced

DEA never checked if its bulk surveillance data was legal

If you thought the DEA's mass surveillance was irresponsible, you're not the only one. The Justice Department's Inspector General has released a report showing that the DEA "failed to conduct a
Democrats want the full, unredacted Mueller report — and they want it now

Democrats want the full, unredacted Mueller report — and they want it now

They're not accepting the attorney general's delay promise of a mid-April redacted release
Trump Celebrates Criminal Justice Overhaul Amid Doubts It Will Be Fully Funded

Trump Celebrates Criminal Justice Overhaul Amid Doubts It Will Be Fully Funded

President Trump and Melania Trump on Sunday. Mr. Trump put the First Step Act front and center on Monday, but activists worry it will not be enacted effectively.
Seeking Full Mueller Report, House Democrats Prepare to Vote on Subpoena

Seeking Full Mueller Report, House Democrats Prepare to Vote on Subpoena

Representative Jerrold Nadler, the chairman of the Judiciary Committee, said Congress required the complete special counsel report without redactions.
Seeking Full Mueller Report, House Democrats Prepare to Vote on Subpoena

Seeking Full Mueller Report, House Democrats Prepare to Vote on Subpoena

Representative Jerrold Nadler, the chairman of the Judiciary Committee, said Congress required the complete special counsel report without redactions.
Ex-National Security Officials Sue to Limit Censorship of Their Books

Ex-National Security Officials Sue to Limit Censorship of Their Books

Anuradha Bhagwati, a former United States Marine, is one of five people suing the government over a prepublication review system they call “dysfunctional.”
Ex-National Security Officials Sue to Limit Censorship of Their Books

Ex-National Security Officials Sue to Limit Censorship of Their Books

Anuradha Bhagwati, a former United States Marine, is one of five people suing the government over a prepublication review system they call “dysfunctional.”
Justice Department Warns Academy Over Potential Oscar Rule Changes Threatening Netflix (EXCLUSIVE)

Justice Department Warns Academy Over Potential Oscar Rule Changes Threatening Netflix (EXCLUSIVE)

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department has warned the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences that its potential rule changes limiting the eligibility of Netflix and other streaming services for the

Oscars limits for streaming movies may violate antitrust law

If the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences ever wants to limit the eligibility of streaming services for the Oscars, it might have to contend with the US government first. The Department of
Antitrust Experts Weigh in on DOJ Warning Over Oscar Rules Changes

Antitrust Experts Weigh in on DOJ Warning Over Oscar Rules Changes

WASHINGTON — The Netflix vs. Spielberg debate over potential rules changes at the Oscars has until now been one of, “When is a movie a movie, and when is it a TV show?” The Justice Department’s
The Justice Department vs the Oscars

The Justice Department vs the Oscars

Say what now? The post The Justice Department vs the Oscars appeared first on Hot Air.
Stabbings, gang rapes, and rats: DOJ gives Alabama 49 days to fix "cruel and unusual" prisons

Stabbings, gang rapes, and rats: DOJ gives Alabama 49 days to fix "cruel and unusual" prisons

The DOJ released a scathing 56-page report on Wednesday that details the "deplorable conditions" in 16 Alabama prisons.
Alabama’s Gruesome Prisons: Report Finds Rape and Murder at All Hours

Alabama’s Gruesome Prisons: Report Finds Rape and Murder at All Hours

The segregation unit at Alabama’s St. Clair Correctional Facility houses inmates in solitary confinement. Many have come to see the unit as a haven from the prison’s general population.
Alabama’s Gruesome Prisons: Report Finds Rape and Murder at All Hours

Alabama’s Gruesome Prisons: Report Finds Rape and Murder at All Hours

The segregation unit at Alabama’s St. Clair Correctional Facility houses inmates in solitary confinement. Many have come to see the unit as a haven from the prison’s general population.
DOJ Issues Scathing Report On ‘Severe,’ ‘Systemic’ Problems In Alabama Prisons

DOJ Issues Scathing Report On ‘Severe,’ ‘Systemic’ Problems In Alabama Prisons

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — The Justice Department has determined that Alabama’s prisons are violating the Constitution by failing to protect...