Eric Holder's departure as attorney general hasn’t eased tensions between the U.S. Department of Justice and House Republicans over access to documents about how DOJ responded to a congressional inquiry into the botched gun sting Operation Fast and Furious.
For a while there, I was concerned that President Obama couldn't do enough to earn a think-piece delineating all the ways he's kept it "completely 100"—similar to the way we recognized former attorney general Eric Holder for keeping it eight more than 92 last year.
WASHINGTON -- When Attorney General Loretta Lynch addressed the NAACP convention in Philadelphia on Wednesday evening, she tried to thread a needle on the complex topic of race and policing that at times resulted in over-the-top allegations that frustrated her predecessor, Eric Holder. Show More Summary
Keir Gumbs, Corporate Lawyer Partner In The Same Law Firm As Former Attorney General Eric Holder Source: Politico
Come on, Comey. Are you serious man? Even though Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former Attorney General Eric Holder have each called the Charleston massacre of nine members of Emanuel AME Church in Charleston clear cases of "domestic...Show More Summary
Former US Attorney General Eric Holder is returning to his old Wall Street law firm, whose clients include many of the same banks Holder declined to prosecute in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis.
Two days after former Attorney General Eric Holder seemed to open the door to the idea of a possible deal with ex-NSA contractor Edward Snowden, FBI Director James Comey dismissed the idea, calling Snowden a “fugitive” who should be apprehended and brought to justice in the United States.
Ex-U.S. attorney general is back with his old company whose clients escaped prosecution for their role in the financial crisis. In a new interview with Democracy Now!, Rolling Stone journalist Matt Taibbi talked about former U.S. Attorney...Show More Summary
Those of you wondering what Eric Holder would do now that he's no longer the Attorney General, wonder no more. He's apparently decided to do stand-up. Holder has always been sort of a card, as you probably recall. I personally... ...Show More Summary
Eric Holder has gone back to work for his old firm, the white-collar defense heavyweight Covington & Burling. The former attorney general decided against going for a judgeship, saying he's not ready for the ivory tower yet. "I want to be a player," he told the National Law Journal, one...
Former attorney general concedes the NSA whistleblower performed a service, but isn't quite singing his praises
Charleston church shooting on June 17, when a white man Dylann Roof killed nine African-Americans, was a terrorist attack, former US Attorney General Eric Holder stated.
Former Attorney General Eric Holder says there’s a possibility that a deal could be arranged between the DOJ and NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden that would allow him to return to the U.S., Yahoo’s Michael Isikoff reports. In an interview… The post Eric Holder Suggests Edward Snowden Could Get Deal to Return to U.S. appeared first on Towleroad.
In January 2014, Attorney General Eric Holder said he'd be happy to negotiate with Edward Snowden to allow him to return to the U.S., as long as he was ready to plead guilty to something. On Monday Holder softened his tone a bit, telling Yahoo News that "we are in... More »
Will it happen? I guess we'll have to wait and see: Former Attorney General Eric Holder said today that a “possibility exists” for the Justice Department to cut a deal with former NSA contractor Edward Snowden that would allow him to...Show More Summary
The former Attorney General who made "too big to jail" a national joke now re-joins his old corporate law firm
According to former Attorney General Eric Holder, Edward Snowden and the Justice Department might strike a deal that enables the former NSA contractor to return from Moscow to the United States. Read more...
The former Attorney General said "the possibility exists"
Former Attorney General Eric Holder has credited NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden with spurring “necessary debate,” and stated Monday he believes that the “possibility exists” that the Justice Department could work out a deal to potentially return him to the United States.
Former US Attorney General Eric Holder—the guy who filed a criminal complaint against Edward Snowden for three felony violations of the Espionage Act—is now hinting that Snowden could strike a plea deal if he came back to the US. Read more...