The Latino Victory Fund and one of its more famous representatives, the actress Eva Longoria, endorsed Catherine Cortez Masto, Nevada's former attorney general. She is the chosen successor of Senator Harry Reid, who is retiring.
Morgan Stanley is paying a huge settlement related to residential mortgage-backed securities, or RMBS, sold before the financial crisis. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman on Thursday announced a $3.2 billion settlement with...Show More Summary
Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced Wednesday that the Justice Department has filed a federal lawsuit against Ferguson, Missouri after the city council voted Tuesday to change the terms of a deal that would have brought sweeping changings to the city's embattled police department.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced the Justice Department is suing the Missouri municipality after an agreement on reform broke down.
The impeachment vote by the State House and an effort to oust her by the State Senate were the latest turn in an eye-popping drama involving Attorney General Kathleen Kane.
CNN reports, The U.S. Justice Department will sue the city of Ferguson, Missouri says Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Wednesday. The lawsuit is brought forth amid allegations of consistent occcurences of uncostitutional police work...Show More Summary
Clowns: The U.S. Department of Justice is suing the city of Ferguson, Mo., for unjust policing that violates the civil and constitutional rights of citizens, Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced Wednesday. The lawsuit came one day after the Ferguson City Council voted to change a proposed consent decree to reform the police and courts. The […]
The Department of Justice is suing the city of Ferguson, Missouri. Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced the lawsuit this afternoon following the Ferguson City Council’s decision to amend parts of their agreement with the DOJ for police and municipal court reform. Read more...
Attorney General Loretta Lynch said Ferguson’s decision to reject the agreement left the department no choice except to sue.
US Attorney General Loretta Lynch said that the US Department of Justice is filing a lawsuit against the city of Ferguson after it rejected a previously negotiated agreement to reform its police.
The Justice Department is filing a lawsuit against the city of Ferguson, which Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced in remarks late today.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton can add an ethics investigation to the growing list of potential ways he has violated the law (including three felony charges, of course). The State Bar of Texas had originally declined to explore aShow More Summary
The First Amendment protects our political rights. In the past few years, former Virginia attorney general Ken Cuccinelli (R) and state Sen. J. Chapman “Chap” Petersen (D-Fairfax) have had occasion to address these rights, in particular the right of association in connection to the GOP presidential primary. In 2012, Virginia Republicans became a national punchline when only […]
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is pursuing an investigation of the Exxon Corporation in part for making donations to think tanks and associations like the American Enterprise Institute and American Legislative Exchange Council,...Show More Summary
Anti-gay Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton could still face sanctions for his opinion encouraging county clerks and judges in the state to defy the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of nationwide marriage equality last June. The State...Show More Summary
Walter Olson New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is pursuing an investigation of the Exxon Corporation in part for making donations to think tanks and associations like the American Enterprise Institute and American Legislative...Show More Summary
[Content Note: Flint water crisis.]"As I've said for some time, to try to capture in words the tragedy of what occurred in Flint, it's almost beyond description."—Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette, as investigators said today that...Show More Summary
The U.S. attorney and the Virginia attorney general say they’re teaming up to make sure heroin dealers face tough punishments.
WASHINGTON — Attorney General Loretta Lynch plans to visit six cities in the coming months to highlight police departments she sees as role models for law enforcement. Continue reading ? The post Attorney General to visit 6 cities to highlight police work appeared first on PBS NewsHour.