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U.S., Mexico open talks on extradition of drug kingpin Guzman

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department has begun talks with Mexican authorities about extraditing drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman to the United States, a spokesman said on Thursday.

SHOCKER: Feds arrest two Middle East refugees on terror-related charges. “Both men were Palestinia…

SHOCKER: Feds arrest two Middle East refugees on terror-related charges. “Both men were Palestinians born in Iraq and living as refugees in the United States, according to the U.S. Justice Department. And both of them are accused of lying to immigration officials about their alleged ties to terrorist organizations.”

Justice Department Hammers Texas Over Syrian Refugees

4 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

DALLAS (CN) - The United States on Tuesday asked a federal judge to reject Texas' request for an injunction to keep Syrian refugees out of the state, because Texas has failed to prove they are a threat to the public. The Texas Health and Human Services Commission sued the United States and the nonprofit International Rescue Committee on Dec. Show More Summary

Justice Dept. Files Suit Against VW For Emissions Cheat

Originally published on Gas2. The United States Department of Justice on Tuesday filed suit against Volkswagen on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency. The suit claims the company sold almost a half million diesel powered cars in America starting in 2007 knowing they did not meet federal emissions standards. Show More Summary

US sues Volkswagen for violating the Clean Air Act

After the much-publicized emissions cheating scandal, the United States Justice Department has filed a civil lawsuit against Volkswagen. VW is accused of violating the Clean Air Act by installing illegal systems that allow vehicles to cheat emissions tests and stealthily produce heavy air pollution. Show More Summary

US Department Of Justice Files $25 Billion Lawsuit Against Volkswagen

while the rapid-fire news cycle regarding volkswagen’s diesel emissions scandal may have slowed slightly, behind-the-scenes proceedings have not. the united states government has filed a civil lawsuit against volkswagen alleging that it deliberately hid details of emissions defeat devices fitted to as many as 600,000 vehicles. Show More Summary

US Government sues Volkswagen for its dodgy diesel cars

The United States government has gone after Volkswagen, following revelations that the company had modified its cars to cheat diesel emission tests. Today, Buzzfeed reports that the Department of Justice has sued the company in a federal court. Show More Summary

United States v. Volkswagen

The Justice Department is suing the automaker over illegal emissions-control software installed in thousands of diesel vehicles.

U.S. Authorities Sue Volkswagen Over Emissions-Cheating Software

last monthNews : Huffington Post

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department sued Volkswagen on Monday over emissions-cheating software found in nearly 600,000 vehicles sold in the United States. The civil complaint against the German automaker, filed on behalf of the Environmental Protection Agency in U.S. Show More Summary

Top Ten Violent Crime Metro Areas in the United States

Top Ten Violent Crime Metro Areas in the United States Based on Department of Justice Victimization Data Violent Crime Rates-2010-2012. Published in December, 2015 Sacramento-Arden-Arcade-Roseville, CA—42.8 Denver-Aurora-Bloomfield County,...Show More Summary

Top Ten Violent Crime Counties in the United States

Top Ten Violent Crime Counties in the United States Based on Department of Justice Victimization Data Violent Crime Rates-2010-2012. Published in December, 2015 Sacramento County, CA—44.1 Allegany County, PA—42.4 Philadelphia County,...Show More Summary

Steps to Justice: How the United States is Supporting Survivors of Sexual Violence

This piece is written by Ambassador Russell and Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs William R. Brownfield. State Department staff stand with lawyers working in the Democratic Republic of Congo in December 2014. Show More Summary

Gaffney’s ‘National Security Summit’ A Nonstop Procession Of Extremism And Conspiracies

[Cross-posted at Hatewatch.] President Obama is a secret Muslim conspiring to destroy the United States and is using the Justice Department to squelch anti-Muslim speech. Liberals are covertly working with radical Islamists to transform the country into a radical socialist state while Muslims are pouring over our borders. Show More Summary

Former US Embassy Employee Pleads Guilty to Hacking, Cyberstalking

Michael Ford, a former employee at the US Embassy in London, pleaded guilty to charges of e-mail phishing, hacking and cyberstalking in the United States and abroad, the US Department of Justice said in a press release.

How to Rebuild Credit After Being Released From Prison

By Virginia C. McGuire Perhaps you're among the estimated 650,000 people who are released from prison each year in the United States, according to the Department of Justice. Or you might soon be granted early release after prison reforms changed the sentencing guidelines for drug-related crimes. Show More Summary

CONCACAF Bans 7 Officials After Latest FIFA Indictments

Seven CONCACAF officials were indicted on charges of wire fraud, racketeering and money laundering by the United States Department of Justice on Thursday, and the regional soccer governing body moved to ban those members Friday. In a...Show More Summary

Acting FIFA President Issa Hayatou Falls Asleep During Important Meeting (Video)

2 months agoSports : Total Pro Sports

As you probably know, FIFA has been in crisis mode since late May, when Swiss authorities and the United States Justice Department teamed up to arrest a bunch of their executives on corruption charges. For a while, Sepp Blatter actually stayed on as president, meaning he was in charge of cleaning up the mess everyone […]

Court Rules Dark Secrets of US Drone Strikes Can Be Kept Secret

Documents were unsealed on Monday revealing that a federal appeals court ruled that the United States Justice Department can keep their drone killings secret.

US Sentences Al-Qaeda Operative to 40 Years for International Terror Plot

Al-Qaeda operative Abid Naseer was sentenced to 40 years in the United States for multiple terrorism offenses, according to the US Department of Justice.

Today in for-profit college scams

$95.5 million is a start. The United States has reached a landmark global settlement with Education Management Corp. (EDMC), the second-largest for-profit education company in the country, the Department of Justice announced today. Show More Summary

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