Nokia's first tablet, the Lumia 2520 The United States Department of Justice has approved the sale of Finnish smartphone maker to U.S. software giant Microsoft. Microsoft announced its intent to purchase Nokia for $7.2 billion on September...Show More Summary
If sitting in a prison cell was a job, it would be one of the most common jobs in the United States. In 2012, there were some 1,570,000 inmates in state and federal prisons in the U.S., according to data from the Justice Department.Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Three executives of Japan's Takata Corp will plead guilty to conspiring to fix the price of seatbelts sold to automakers in the United States and will go to jail for 14 to 19 months, the Justice Department said on Thursday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Justice should change how it counts the number of sexual assaults that occur in the United States because its tally understates the numbers by possibly as much as seven-fold, an outside advisory panel said...
(WASHINGTON) — The Justice Department is stepping into a lawsuit against the company that handled the background check of National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden. The government says United States Investigations Services LLC failed...Show More Summary
A Justice Department trustee says DMX’s bankruptcy case is full of inconsistencies. “The debtor’s actions have eroded the confidence of the Office of the United States Trustee and others that the debtor will be candid in the disclosure of his assets”
In which the United States Department of Justice cites the Wikipedia article on Goatse. pic.twitter.com/c6STYKKwVs — Nate Cardozo (@ncardozo) September 23, 2013 Read more...
"I’m tired of them. I remember working at the Justice Department years ago when I first started right after 9/11 and a lawsuit like this came through, and before the day had finished, the United States Senate and the House of Representatives had both passed resolutions saying that they were for keeping ‘under God’ in the pledge. Show More Summary
According to a press release from the United States Department of Justice, Chad Dixon will spend eight months in stir "for his role in a scheme to deceive the federal government during polygraph examinations conducted as part of federal...Show More Summary
The United States government took a historic step back from its long-running drug war on Thursday, when Attorney General Eric Holder informed the governors of Washington and Colorado that the Department of Justice would allow the states...Show More Summary
Department of Justice Press Release, United States and Switzerland Issue Joint Statement Regarding Tax Evasion Investigations: The Department of Justice today announced a program that will encourage Swiss banks to cooperate in the department’s ongoing investigations of the use of foreign bank accounts to commit tax evasion. The department also...
Apple’s already in some hot water for allegedly conspiring to rig eBook prices and now the United States Department of Justice has revealed some new evidence showing that the company’s anticompetitive practices may have extended beyond mere price-fixing. Show More Summary
Microsoft’s alleged bribery woes may reach farther than China. The Wall Street Journal reports that the United States Department of Justice is widening its probe into whether Microsoft allegedly worked with firms that bribed foreign government officials into accepting the company’s software contracts in both Russia and Pakistan. Show More Summary
Thursday, the United States Justice Department announced plans to sue the state of Texas because their voter-identification law violates the Voting Rights Act and the Constitution's 14th and 15th Amendments, the Washington Post reports. Show More Summary
The unexpected challenge by the United States Department of Justice to the proposed merger of American Airlines and US Airways is an abrupt change of policy after a decade during which regulators (mostly) favoured consolidation in a chronically loss-making industry. Show More Summary
Snowden is accused by the United States Justice Department of violating the Espionage Act. The Justice Department has used this to pursue leakers or whistleblowers as if they are spies and that is the case here with Snowden. Media have interpreted this as Snowden being accused of spying.
Five of the largest publishers in the United States have filed a motion in US District Court against the Justice Department’s proposed provisions against Apple over e-book price fixing. Reuters... Keep reading ?
by Jill Stanek The good people at Alliance Defending Freedom have forwarded me the settlement agreement between Planned Parenthood Gulf Coastand the United States of America, the Texas Attorney General, and whistleblower Karen Reynolds, for charges that PPGC committed Medicaid fraud…
On Friday, the United States Department of Justice announced a series of carefully-considered recommendations with regard to how Apple should be punished as a consequence of the company’s participation in an ebook price fixing scheme. “The court found that Apple’s illegal conduct deprived consumers of the benefits of e-book price competition and forced them to [...]
The United States Department of Justice has given Apple its first offer to settle charges that it led a conspiracy to rig eBook prices. The DOJ on Friday said that it wanted Apple to “terminate its existing agreements with the five major...Show More Summary