Whenever President Donald Trump starts tweeting wildly and furiously, it usually means he’s bothered about the Russia investigation. On Sunday the president fired off a series of all-cap-and-exclamation-point-laden tweets that were all over the place. In the end, the most telling tweet, and the one that proves that…
Prosecutors in the Department of Justice have recommended federal civil rights charges against the police officer whose arms just happened to be wrapped around Eric Garner’s neck when he died on a Staten Island, N.Y., sidewalk in 2014, but some officials within the Justice Department are reportedly hesitant to do so.
The U.S. Department of Justice filed a lawsuit Tuesday evening against the state of California, its governor and its attorney general over “sanctuary” laws it alleges violate the Constitution and are friendly to undocumented immigrants.
In September 2017, Attorney General Jeff Sessions decided that under his leadership, the U.S. Department of Justice would focus more on bolstering police morale than it would on correcting issues in problem police departments. To that end, the DOJ ended an effort put in place by the Obama administration to investigate…
What is the world coming to? U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is steadily trying to take us back to the ’80s (I wouldn’t fault you if you thought I was talking about the 1880s, but slavery was over then, so … ).
A complaint sent to the U.S. Department of Justice Monday alleges that Attorney General Jeff Sessions lied in his testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee about his communications with the Russian government and later tried to cover up the lie, and asks the department to launch a criminal inquiry of its boss.
The U.S. Department of Justice reached a settlement Tuesday resolving a claim that the Denver Sheriff's Department discriminated against immigrants in its hiring policies, a violation of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).