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LIMA (Reuters) - The Peruvian attorney general's office accused former president Alejandro Toledo on Friday of taking bribes from Brazilian construction firm Camargo Correa SA [PMORRC.UL] in exchange for a lucrative highway contract during his 2001-2006 term.
With a consistent track record of hostility to pro-life legislation, the decision by U.S. District Judge Lee Yeakel of Austin striking down Texas’s Dismemberment Abortion Ban came as no surprise. Judge Yeakel’s 27-page -long decision followed a five-day bench trial in which several abortion clinics and abortionists maintained the ban constituted an “undue burden.” His […]
"We’ve got other priorities we ought to be spending our resources on,” Alberto Gonzales, the attorney general for President George W. Bush, told Newsweek.
A former longtime county prosecutor in southern New Jersey has taken a job with the state Attorney General's office. Dalton will now serve as an assistant attorney general with the … Click to Continue »
President Donald Trump has a new best friend in Fox News’ “Judge Jeanine” Pirro and it seems he trust her legal counsel more than he trusts his own attorney general. A Thursday Daily Beast report revealed that Trump has consulted her privately for her thoughts on political and...
Attorneys for retired Lieutenant General Michael Flynn have cut ties with President Trump’s legal team, raising questions if the former national security adviser is ‘cooperating with prosecutors or negotiating a deal’ with Robert Mueller in the Special Counsel’s Russia collusion investigation. Show More Summary
GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) - Guatemala's attorney general and a United Nations-backed commission against impunity in Guatemala searched the offices of Millicom International Cellular's local unit on Thursday as part of a corruption investigation.
Jeff Sessions, the attorney general, said that the mass shooting in Texas this month showed that “relevant information may not be getting reported” to the database.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday ordered a review of a government database used for background checks on gun buyers, after a man who killed 26 people in a Texas church was left off the system despite having a criminal record. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Hundreds of thousands of comments left on the FCC's website about net neutrality may be fake, according to New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
The reports started trickling out in May, in the weeks after the Federal Communications Commission had begun soliciting public comments on a proposal to repeal net neutrality rules that govern the flow of information on the Internet. A large number of messages lambasting the Obama-era regulation began appearing on the FCC's public forum with the same text. While it is […]
Photo. Getty This week, the US FCC finally unveiled its plans to kill net neutrality, and on the same day, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman publicly excoriated the agency for refusing to cooperate with his office's investigation into the hundreds of thousands of likely fake comments that were filed in support of ending the open web. More »
A group of state attorneys general on Wednesday urged the National Park Service to scrap its proposal to more than double the entrance fee at 17 popular national parks. The … Click to Continue »
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is ordering a far-ranging review of the FBI database containing information for use in background checks on prospective gun buyers. The move Wednesday comes after the … Click to Continue »
Marine Gen. John Baker backed defense attorneys who refused to work after discovering signs the government spied on them. While his conviction was upheld, his sentence wasn't.
New York's attorney general says the federal agency is holding up an investigation.
Larry Nassar, the former USA Gymnastics team doctor, pleaded guilty in a Michigan court on Wednesday to seven counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct. In a press statement Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette said Nassar had pleaded guilty in Michigan’s Ingham County court to felony...
The profound and fundamental changes currently being made to the internet are being done partly on the basis of hundreds of thousands of fake people, according to New York's attorney general. This week, the Federal Communications Commission announced that it would repeal Obama-era protections that guaranteed net neutrality. Show More Summary
New York State's attorney general said FCC was targeted by fake lobbying, but it is obstructing his investigation. / > /--> / > /--> It’s no surprise that the GOP-dominated Federal Communications Commission announced plans TuesdayShow More Summary