by Carimah Townes Mar 30, 2016
The deal was 20 months in the making.
by Jack Jenkins & Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Feb 17, 2016
"As if ICE didn't already have too much power which they use erratically and immorally, now they are adding psychological warfare to their arsenal.”
by Carimah Townes Feb 10, 2016
The DOJ may be getting ready to sue the city.
by Alan Pyke Oct 23, 2015
Turns out throwing white-collar criminals in jail doesn't kill your economy.
by Emily Atkin Oct 20, 2015
"I think a RICO action is plausible and should be considered," she said.
by Beenish Ahmed Oct 2, 2015
“[T]his is not justice,” Faisal bin Ali Jaber said. “There are many other families in Yemen who have lost innocent relatives in US drone strikes but do not receive hush money for speaking out.”
by Josh Israel Sep 18, 2015
The Newtown Action Alliance and the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence are calling for the grant to the National Shooting Sports Foundation to be cancelled.
by Alan Pyke Sep 10, 2015
If federal prosecutors actually follow through, it could reverse years of light-touch white collar crime enforcement.
by Lauren C. Williams Sep 8, 2015
The Justice Department wants real-time access to text messages exchanged between criminal suspects using iMessage, Apple's encrypted texting app.
by Alan Pyke Aug 18, 2015
The federal government appears to be getting serious about combating local laws that turn homeless people into criminals.