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Insane Clown Posse Plan Washington D.C. Protest March

In 2014, Insane Clown Posse filed a lawsuit against the FBI and U.S. Justice Department, insisting that the government's decision to classify their fan base—the infamous Juggalos—as a "loosely organized hybrid gang" in a 2011 FBI report was "unwarranted and unlawful." Their lawsuit was eventually dismissed that year, though they won a 2015 appeal. Show More Summary

CHANGE MORE OF THE SAME: Castro floated to replace resigning DNC Chairwoman. This is the same HUD…

CHANGE MORE OF THE SAME: Castro floated to replace resigning DNC Chairwoman. This is the same HUD Secretary Julian Castro who flouted the Hatch Act last month without so much as a shrug from the Justice Department, so he’d fit right...

U.S. Government Responds to Microsoft Privacy Suit

The U.S. Department of Justice has filed a response in an ongoing legal battle with Microsoft over customer privacy.  The federal government argues there’s no legal basis for consumers to know when investigators are intercepting their email. Microsoft filed suit against the U.S. government back in April.  It is just the latest chapter in an […]

Dozens of Leak Referrals Sent to DoJ Each Year

The Department of Justice said last week that it received dozens of “crimes reports” concerning unauthorized disclosures of classified information each year for most of the past several years, although only 18 such referrals were made in 2015. Show More Summary

Music Creators Send Dept. Of Justice Letter Opposing 100% Licensing, Demanding Comment Extension

Here we look at a letter from the Music Creators North America protesting the Department of Justice's recent decisions regarding full work licensing and partial withdrawals. ____________________________ Guest Post from Artist Rights Watch Dear Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Hesse: The following comments are submitted by Music Creators North America,...

What's bad for health insurers may be good for consumers

Justice Department will sue to prevent the latest round of big health insurance mergers. That could be great news for consumers

Blocking Mergers Shouldn't Hurt Obamacare As DOJ Sees It

The U.S. Justice Department sees a benefit to Americans purchasing coverage on public exchanges under the Affordable Care Act by suing to block Aetna's purchase of Humana and Anthem's proposed acquisition of Cigna.

Justice Dept: Three Florida Men Arrested for Conspiracy to Support ISIS

The Justice Department announced Friday that three Palm Beach, Florida men had been charged for conspiring to support ISIS. One... The post Justice Dept: Three Florida Men Arrested for Conspiracy to Support ISIS appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

A Possible Sign Of The Apocalypse

These are words that I have never written--or thought--before and expect never to again: House Republicans are right. On July 11, House Republicans issued a report on an investigation into the Department of Justice's 2012 settlementShow More Summary

Heroes of the Storm troll threatens Blizzard with violence and now faces jail time

A 28-year-old man who threatened Blizzard employees with violence after his Heroes of the Storm account was silenced has been arrested, charged and may face jail time, the Justice Department has announced (via Polygon) Stephen Cebula,...Show More Summary

U.S. government's bid to block insurance mergers could spawn new ones

By Carl O'Donnell and Caroline Humer (Reuters) - The potential bust-up of two mega deals among America’s largest health insurance companies may have an unintended result - more mergers. The U.S. Department of Justice on Thursday sued...Show More Summary

Three charged in $1 billion Medicare fraud scheme

“This is the largest single criminal health care fraud case ever brought against individuals by the Department of Justice,” said Leslie R. Caldwell, Assistant Attorney General the department’s criminal division, in a statement issued Friday. Continue reading ? The post Three charged in $1 billion Medicare fraud scheme appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

‘Zero Dark Thirty’ Writer in First Amendment Fight Over Bergdahl Tapes

Lawyers for "Zero Dark Thirty" screenwriter Mark Boal are urging the Department of Justice to refuse to cooperate with a military prosecutor's effort to obtain a copy of his recorded interviews with accused Army deserter Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.

Three US Citizens Charged With Trying to Support Daesh

Three men from Palm Beach County, Florida have been charged with trying to support Daesh, according to the US Justice Department.

U.S. Confirms Mishandling of 1MDB Funds

The United States Justice Department has concluded that the Malaysian prime minister is linked to the billions of dollars embezzled from the 1MDB. This news comes a year after investigative journalists first uncovered the possible connection. 1MDB stands for 1Malaysia Development Berhad. Show More Summary

Feds Want To Use Your Fingerprints To Open iPhones. Why Isn't It Working?

The Department of Justice has attempted to use defendant's fingerprints to unlock their cell phones in criminal cases across the country. The attempts are often unsuccessful. In one case in Texas, prosecutors invoked the controversial All Writs Act when seeking access to a device.

U.S. Challenges Malaysia’s Leader About Millions He Received

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The Justice Department complaint alleges that the money was stolen from a Malaysian government investment fund that Prime Minister Najib Razak oversaw.

How Department Of Justice Verdict Negatively Impacts Songwriters

Here an entertainment lawyer lends his perspective on a recent decision handed down by the Department of Justice, a decision which ignored the advice of copyright experts and served to further strip songwriters of their rights. _______________________________________ In this piece on MusicThinkTank, Wallace Collins examines the impact had by the...

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