Almost exactly three months ago, with much pomp and circumstance, US attorney general Eric Holder, whose department of "justice" made headlines two years ago for refusing to bring criminal cases against big banks due to fears of systemic...Show More Summary
Former NYPD Police Commissioner Howard Safir slammed ex-Attorney General Eric Holder Sunday for orchestrating a witch-hunt against police officers.
Before leaving office, former Attorney General Eric Holder in March imposed new limits on the use of asset forfeiture against people suspected of engaging in illegal banking transactions. Lawyers representing a North Carolina coupleShow More Summary
Our new (finally) Attorney General Loretta Lynch has been on the job for all of five seconds, but she’s already making it clear she will carry out Eric Holder’s secret plan to reverse-racism race war America. Lynch announced on Friday...Show More Summary
In March, we detailed reforms announced by Attorney General Eric Holder to federal asset forfeitures under the Bank Secrecy Act’s “structuring” law. Those changes mirror an earlier policy shift by the Internal Revenue Service. Unfortunately...Show More Summary
Good morning! Last week our Betters in the U.S. Senate voted to confirm Loretta Lynch as Attorney General, replacing the odious Eric Holder. Sadly, by all accounts Ms. Lynch is not any better. You can brush up on her here....
For America’s police, there’s little to smile about in Ms. Lynch’s Justice Department installation save for Holder’s exit.
Race relations in America are worse under Obama. Just look at the riots in Baltimore and last year in Ferguson. I believe this isn’t by accident, but by design. Obama and outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder constantly reframe every local incident as a national issue of racial division.
Eric Holder secured large bank settlements, but he shares in criticism that no top executives were prosecuted in connection with the financial crisis.
Lynch's nomination was confirmed last week by the U.S. Senate, five months after President Obama nominated her to succeed Eric Holder.
At a March 4 press conference, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder grudgingly bowed to the truth relating to the events surrounding the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri in August of last year: "Michael Brown’s death, though...Show More Summary
Steve Kornacki shares some highlights of now-former Attorney General Eric Holder's contentious relationship with Congress and his eagerly awaited departure...
Eric Holder officially stepped down from his position as head of the US Department of Justice.
With Loretta Lynch finally confirmed and scheduled to be sworn in on Monday, today is the final day of Eric Holder’s six-plus years as attorney general. While Holder has been the ultimate Obama-era villain for many on the right, many...Show More Summary
Outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder says his own views on same-sex marriage has evolved along with those of the nation.
Attorney General Eric Holder Jr., who's led the U.S. Justice Department since 2009, said farewell on Friday to staff in an address from the Great Hall. "This is my third going away. But I promise it's the last one." He ended his remarks with: "I love you all madly. Thank you." His successor, Loretta Lynch, takes over on Monday.
Called the “people’s attorney” by President Barack Obama, Eric Holder has made a lasting legacy in Washington, D.C., and not just by being the first African-American attorney general. As he prepares to step down, here’s a look back at some of his career highlights during his time as attorney general.
Outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder gave his farewell address on Friday, just one day after the Senate voted to confirm his replacement, Loretta Lynch. Speaking about the U.S. criminal justice system, Holder did not mince his word...
Attorney General Eric Holder announced that he was resigning from the Justice Department in September 2014. Six months later, he was still working at the Justice Department, as the Senate stalled on confirming his proposed replacement, Loretta Lynch. The longer Holder waited, the more people in Washington you could find... More »
WASHINGTON — Attorney General Eric Holder was bidding farewell to the Justice Department on Friday after six years as the nation’s top law enforcement official. Holder was addressing employees at an afternoon ceremony one day after his chosen successor, Loretta … Continue reading ? The post Eric Holder bids farewell to DOJ after 6-year tenure appeared first on PBS NewsHour.