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Uber is cooperating with DOJ investigation of alleged bribes paid in several Asian countries

Uber has given US investigators details of payments the firm made to authorities in Asia, as the US Department of Justice (DOJ) looks into whether Uber violated anti-bribery laws. Bloomberg and Reuters both reported that the American...Show More Summary

Mueller's team questioned Rod Rosenstein in Comey firing

2 days agoNews : NY Daily News

The man tasked with overseeing the Justice Department’s Russia probe was not immune to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s questioning.

Uber reviews Asia business units in response to U.S. bribery investigation

Uber Technologies Inc. is reported to have launched a review into whether it broke anti-bribery laws in Asia following news in August that it was being investigated by U.S. Department of Justice over allegations that it had been. Bloomberg...Show More Summary

DOESN’T SOUND LIKE A MAN WHO’S HIDING SOMETHING: Manafort Calls On DOJ To Release His Intercepted C…

DOESN’T SOUND LIKE A MAN WHO’S HIDING SOMETHING: Manafort Calls On DOJ To Release His Intercepted Communications With Foreigners. “Manafort, a longtime Republican political consultant, also called on the Justice Department’s inspector general to investigate the leak of details of secret surveillance warrants obtained by U.S. Show More Summary

Former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort demands investigation of report FBI wiretapped him

2 days agoNews : USAToday: News

President Trump's former campaign chairman wants the Justice Department to investigate a report that he was the subject of secret FBI wiretaps.        

Paul Manafort spokesman issues rare public response to reports that Manafort was wiretapped

Paul Manafort's longtime spokesman Jason Maloni is calling on the Justice Department to investigate who leaked the existence of a FISA warrant targeting Manafort to the press. "If true, it is a felony to reveal the existence of a FISA...Show More Summary

Suit alleging discrimination in prison guard hiring settled

The Rhode Island Department of Corrections and U.S. Justice Department say they have agreed to settle a lawsuit that the department discriminated against black and Hispanic applicants seeking jobs as … Click to Continue »

Department of Justice launches criminal probe into share trading by Equifax executives

In another blow for hacked consumer credit reporting agency Equifax Inc., the U.S. Department of Justice has opened a criminal investigation into $1.8 million in stock sales made by three Equifax executives in the days prior to the public disclosure of its hack. Show More Summary

Who Are You Calling Lawless?

The Trump administration’s latest attempt to punish sanctuary cities hit a snag on Friday when a federal court ruled the Justice Department cannot withhold public safety grants from jurisdictions that refuse to assist federal immigration authorities. Show More Summary

US to appeal ruling blocking Trump funding cuts on sanctuary cities

3 days agoNews : The Raw Story

  The U.S. Justice Department on Monday said it would appeal a court order blocking President Donald Trump’s executive order that sought to restrict federal funds for so-called sanctuary cities. U.S. District Judge William Orrick III of San Francisco earlier this year ruled...

Alaska to pay $2.5M to settle false claims in food program

The U.S. Department of Justice says Alaska will pay $2.5 million to settle allegations of inaccurate reporting in the administration of a federal food assistance program. The Justice Department says … Click to Continue »

Chicago judge bars Justice Department from withholding SF grants

Ruling in Chicago case an indirect boost for SF, California A federal judge in Chicago ruled Friday that the Justice Department can’t withhold federal funds from sanctuary cities, the latest in a string of rulings stymying White House...Show More Summary

St. Louis Protests Persist, Defense Fund for Michael Flynn, Scary Clowns Back in the News: New at Reason

3 days agoNews : Reason

Protests continue in St. Louis following the acquittal of a police officer for killing a black man after a car chase. The Department of Justice says they will not be filing federal civil rights charges against the officer. And eyewitness...Show More Summary

80+ Groups Highlight Actions Department of Justice Can Take to Respond to and Prevent Hate Violence

On Friday, HRC joined more than 80 organizations on a letter to Acting Assistant Attorney General John Gore at the Department of Justice (DOJ) Civil Rights Division outlining steps that the DOJ should take in the wake of white supremacist violence in Charlottesville and other bias-motivated crimes across the country. Show More Summary

Feds reportedly investigate Equifax executives' stock sales

The Department of Justice is reportedly investigating whether stock sales by three executives constituted insider trading        

Trump lawyer overheard slamming colleagues, dishing on Russia probe at D.C. steakhouse

A Trump lawyer was caught dishing on the White House's legal drama amid the Justice Department's Russia probe while dining at a Washington D.C. steakhouse, according to a report Sunday. Read moreBlogs | Comments

EXCLUSIVE: Department of Justice fails to prosecute online stalking and abuse, new data shows

The Department of Justice prosecutes only a handful of online threat and stalking cases each year, according to previously unpublished data obtained by ThinkProgress. That’s despite what advocates and activists say are hundreds of crimes each year that primarily target women, people of color, and LGBTQ people. U.S. Attorneys’ offices prosecuted just 321 cases between […]

U.S. Justice Department opens criminal investigation into Equifax stock sales

3 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Three high-ranking Equifax executives are being investigated for selling shares of Equifax shortly after the company was hacked, but long before Equifax admitted it had been hacked. They are Equifax Chief Financial Officer John Gamble, President of U.S. Show More Summary

US will not seek civil-rights charges for ex-St. Louis cop

3 days agoNews : The Raw Story

The U.S. Department of Justice said on Monday it has decided not to pursue federal civil rights charges against the former St. Louis policeman whose acquittal on murder charges in the 2011 shooting death of black man sparked three days of violent protests this weekend. The decision was disclosed on...

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