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Matthew Whitaker now oversees the Russia investigation, has visited the Oval Office several times and is said to have an easy chemistry with the president. [Read More]
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Former attorney general restricts use of consent decrees to force changes in failing police department... [Read More]
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Jeff Sessions, fired as attorney general, has expressed skepticism about Obama-era efforts to improve relations between the police and their communities, saying the pacts vilify... [Read More]
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Jeff Sessions shared President Trump's conservative views, but his recusal from the Russia investigation cost him the president's support. [Read More]
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Replacement is loyalist who has criticized Russia inquiry... [Read More]
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Mr. Sessions was the first senator to endorse Donald J. Trump's presidential campaign. But his recusal as attorney general from the Russia inquiry proved to... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump on Friday reversed himself and said he is no longer demanding that documents related to the Russia investigation be immediately declassified and... [Read More]
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In a tweet on Friday morning, Mr. Trump said that instead of an immediate release, Justice Department officials would review the documents. [Read More]
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Conservatives have expressed concern that their views are stifled at colleges and universities, and the Trump administration has taken up their cause. [Read More]
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The new order is aimed broadly at any potential outside interference, but is meant to give the government an additional tool to punish, and deter,... [Read More]
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Jeff Sessions said he put to rest a suggestion during the campaign that Donald J. Trump meet with Russia's president, but a fellow campaign aide... [Read More]
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Speaking to reporters on Air Force One, Mr. Trump said, "I would say Jeff should be investigating who the author of that piece was because... [Read More]
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The attack wiped out 70 percent of Sony Pictures' computer capability, and the suspect appears to work for North Korean intelligence. [Read More]
U.S. accused nation of plot to hurt global economy. [Read More]
The U.S. Justice Department Park charged Jin Hyok with computer fraud and wire fraud for being part of 2014 cyber attacks on film companies, financial... [Read More]
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The United States government was dealt a severe setback in its decade-long attempt to prosecute private soldiers for their role in a deadly attack on... [Read More]
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A decision to back a lawsuit seeking to curb race-based college admissions follows a pattern by the Justice Department to reshape civil rights enforcement. [Read More]
The Justice Department lent its support Thursday to students who are suing Harvard University over affirmative action policies that they claim discriminate against Asian -American... [Read More]
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The agency has filed a so-called statement of interest in their case, saying that Harvard "has failed to show that it does not unlawfully discriminate." [Read More]
The Justice Department lent its support Thursday to students who are suing Harvard University over affirmative action policies that they claim discriminate against Asian American... [Read More]
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