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DOJ tells Baltimore cops what pronouns they must use

(Paul Mirengoff) Jim Scanlan describes the compliance nightmare that looms for the Baltimore Police Department as a result of the consent decree the City reached with the Justice Department. The events that led to the decree are well known. Show More Summary

Justice Department cites hiring freeze concerns for disabled

The U.S. Department of Justice has questioned how Gov. Greg Abbott's hiring freeze could affect Texas institutions for people with intellectual disabilities. Justice Department officials say potential staffing shortages could … Click to Continue »

Blind sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman dies in US prison facility

19 hours agoNews : The Newsroom

Blind sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman, the Egyptian-born cleric linked to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, died Saturday of natural causes in a US prison facility, the Justice Department said. Abdel Rahman was serving a life sentence on several terrorism-related charges at a Federal Medical Center in Butner, North Carolina. Show More Summary

UnitedHealth sued by U.S. government over Medicare charges

(Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department has joined a whistleblower lawsuit against UnitedHealth Group Inc that claims the country's largest health insurer and its units and affiliates overcharged Medicare hundreds of millions of dollars, a law firm representing the whistleblower said on Thursday. Show More Summary

President Donald Trump’s Vengeful Pledge To Pursue ‘Low-Life Leakers’

President Trump ordered the Justice Department to look into "criminal leaks," suggesting there would be penalties for unauthorized disclosure of classified information. The post President Donald Trump’s Vengeful Pledge To Pursue ‘Low-Life Leakers’ appeared first on Shadowproof.

President Donald Trump’s Vengeful Pledge To Pursue ‘Low-Life Leakers’

President Trump ordered the Justice Department to look into "criminal leaks," suggesting there would be penalties for unauthorized disclosure of classified information. The post President Donald Trump’s Vengeful Pledge To Pursue ‘Low-Life Leakers’ appeared first on Shadowproof.

Democrats Want an Investigation Into Donald Trump's Whistleblower Threats

WASHINGTON ? With President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans threatening to go after the people who leaked classified material about Trump’s ties to Russia, Democrats are asking the Justice Department to investigate the potential...Show More Summary

Florida man accused in plot to bomb Target stores to buy cheap stock

An Ocala man made at least 10 explosive devices in hopes of blowing up Targets along the East Coast in an elaborate and deadly scheme to buy cheap stocks of the company, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.  Mark Charles Barnett, 48, was charged with possession of a destructive device affecting...

Trump promises new immigration order next week

President Donald Trump on Thursday said he will announce a new executive order on immigration next week, pressing on with an amended version of the much-criticized travel ban now caught up in court. The Justice Department announced soon...Show More Summary

Surprise: Jeff Sessions' Justice Department Will Not Be Enforcing Obama's "Guidance" on Genderless Bathroom Requirements

Amidst all the ego-driven "See we told you!" crap from the asinine and smug NeverTrump camp, it's important to note the ways in which they were wrong. If they had gotten their way -- the election of Hillary Clinton --...

Trump’s labor pick is a law school dean and a former Miami U.S. attorney

When the Justice Department named R. Alexander Acosta the new U.S. attorney in South Florida in 2005, he was largely an unknown to federal prosecutors in Miami. Many viewed him … Click to Continue »

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United Health sinks after being sued by the US government (UNH)

United Health is down 3.76% at $157.50 a share on Friday morning after news that the US Justice Department joined a 2011 lawsuit by a former United Health executive against the health insurer. The lawsuit claims that United Health overcharged...Show More Summary

Ignoring Trump, Chaffetz seeks charges related to Clinton emails

As the Russia scandal brews, Jason Chaffetz contacted the Justice Department seeking criminal charges related to... Hillary Clinton's email server.

Trump Concedes Defeat on Travel Ban––For Now

The Justice Department said Thursday it would issue a revised version of its controversial travel ban after federal judges blocked its implementation.

Senate hearing ahead, labor nominee has been there before

Acosta, who would be the first Hispanic member of Trump's Cabinet, has won confirmation to the National Labor Relations Board, as the head of the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division and as U.S. attorney in Miami. Almost immediately,...Show More Summary

US says it has detained Mexican ‘dreamer’ who should be deported

2 days agoNews : The Raw Story

U.S. officials have initiated deportation proceedings against a Mexican immigrant with a work permit who was arrested near Seattle last week, alleging he has gang ties, according to a court filing from the Justice Department on Thursday. Daniel Ramirez Medina, 23, was taken into custody last week...

Expect the special rights of Christians to trample everyone else's in Sessions' Justice Department

Religious freedom statutes and lawsuits have been chipping away at civil rights advancements at an accelerated rate for the last handful of years. But now that Jeff Sessions is supposedly in charge of protecting those civil rights, so-called...Show More Summary

Trump Directs Justice Department to Investigate ‘Criminal Leaks’

2 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

It is unusual for a president to direct the Justice Department to open a criminal investigation into his opponents, or to talk publicly about doing so.

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