Considering how many people surrounding the Hillary Clinton email controversy got immunity, perhaps it would've been easier if the Department of Justice simply granted immunity to Hillary Clinton. David Harsanyi writes: FBI DirectorShow More Summary
The Justice Department is probably investigating Virginia depriving the dead of the right to vote The post SURPRISE. Democrats Registering Dead People To Vote In Virginia appeared first on RedState.
Deutsche Bank AG jumped the most in almost six months after a media report that the lender is nearing a $5.4 billion settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice, less than half the amount initially requested...."The amount would be...Show More Summary
Germany's banks have had a tough week. Deutsche Bank, the country's largest lender, saw its share price drop sharply on Monday and Tuesday following news of a possible $14 billion fine from the US Department of Justice for missellin...
Seemingly confirming the rumor, Agence France Press reports that Deutsche Bank is nearing a $5.4 billion settlement with the US Justice Department. This has catalyzed another leg higher in Deutsche Bank stock and lifted the whole market...Show More Summary
The US Department of Justice has a newly expanded Responsible Corporate Officers Doctrine (aka the Park Doctrine). It will likely be used more and more often, to hold corporate executives..... This post Who Is Guarding the (Dictatorial) Guards? appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
Yesterday, the Department of Justice Inspector General (DoJ IG) issued a long overdue Congressionally-mandated report on FBI compliance with the PATRIOT Act’s Section 215 “business records” provision between 2012 and 2014. It is theShow More Summary
The Department of Justice could fine Wells Fargo millions for the improper repossession of automobiles owned by members of the U.S. military.
The US is seeking a deal to fine Barclays, Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank billions of dollars before the November election, according to a report in the Financial Times. The banks face fines from the US Department of Justice, led by...Show More Summary
As lawmakers grilled the bank’s CEO, the Justice Department announced a $4 million settlement for a separate scandal.
Just when it looked like things could not get worse for Wells Fargo, took another beating Thursday when it agreed to pay $24 million for improperly repossessing cars it financed for members of the U.S. military. A Justice Department investigation revealed that from 2008 until the middle of last year, the bank had repossessed 413 […]
Donald Trump was not at his most convincing—even in a pretty unconvincing debate—when he said it was no big deal that he and his father had been sued by the Justice Department for racial discrimination in the 1970s because “ I settled...Show More Summary
Wells Fargo & Co., reeling from weeks of pummeling over fraudulent customer accounts, was sanctioned by the Justice Department over improperly repossessing cars owned by members of the military.Federal authorities are punishing the San...Show More Summary
The Drug Enforcement Administration's management of its confidential sources violated guidelines and exposed the agency to potential "fraud, waste, and abuse," according to a report released by the Justice Department on Thursday. InShow More Summary
D.C. mayor says move to send local prosecutors to U.S. Attorney’s office is unprecedented
And the hits just keep on coming. The full court press on Wells Fargo continues, on the heels of California's sanctions, Bloomberg reports the bank is now facing a Justice Department sanction over improperly repossessing cars owned by...Show More Summary
The Obama administration is squaring off against a Houston bar in a civil-rights discrimination case.
With a storm consisting of big short sellers, nervous hedge funds and U.S. federal prosecutors brewing, shares plunged again on Thursday and spooked financial. In recent years, the U.S. Department of Justice has been able to pull off a careful dance of imposing enormous multi-billion dollar fines related to the financial crisis on big […]
Midtown 360 allegedly charged a cover for non-white patrons A popular Midtown nightclub is being sued by the U.S. Department of Justice for allegedly discriminating against people of color. KTRK reports that a lawsuit was filed on Wednesday...Show More Summary
There's more bad news for Chesapeake Energy. In a regulatory filing on Thursday, the company said the Department of Justice served it a subpoena, asking for information about accounting practices for the purchase of oil and gas properties,...Show More Summary