Topic: Department of Justic

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We Can’t Fight Trump-Style Hate with the Surveillance State

How do we effectively challenge organized white supremacists? Post-Charlottesville, the spotlight focused on the work of an organization of former white suprema...   [ continue reading...]

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Can Trump Pardon Himself and His Children?

President Trump speaks to the media at the United Nations after his speech on September 19, 2017, in New York City. (Photo: John Moore / Getty Images) Was it l...   [ continue reading...]

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The Justice Department Is Investigating Equifax Officials Who Dumped Stock for Possible Insider Trading

The US Department of Justice has reportedly opened a criminal investigation into three top Equifax officials for possible insider trading, two sources tell&nbsp...   [ continue reading...]

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Applicant Says Federal Judge 'Hijacked' Process to Pick Police Monitor

After Judge James Bredar handpicked a group to monitor the consent decree between the Baltimore Police and the Department of Justice, one of the finalists says...   [ continue reading...]

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Draining the Swamp of Turkish Money and Influences

Click here for reuse options! Contractors and think-tanks pocket huge sums from Turkey, ignoring human rights abuse...   [ continue reading...]

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Will Judge Overturn Arpaio Pardon?

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio gestures to the crowd while delivering a speech on the fourth day of the Republican National Convention on July 21, 2016, at...   [ continue reading...]

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How JPMorgan Chase Is Cashing in on Private Prisons

Click here for reuse options! For its stance on human rights to have real meaning, Chase must divest from the priva...   [ continue reading...]

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Israel’s Foreign Agents Don’t Register, Why Should Russia’s?

The Department of Justice has ordered Russia’s U.S.-based RT news network to begin registering as Russian foreign agents under the 1938 Foreign Agents Reg...   [ continue reading...]

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Youth in Revolt: Why Millennials Are the Key to Future Social Transformation

Younger Americans may be more skeptical of our bipartisan political system -- a setup that they view as endangering the planet and subjecting most people to ine...   [ continue reading...]

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Investigators' Knives Out for Equifax After Massive Data Breach

(Photo: Chuyn / iStock / Getty Images Plus) The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) became the first economic regulator to formally announce an investigation into E...   [ continue reading...]

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Deregulated and Unaccountable: For-Profit Nursing Homes in Florida Face Scrutiny After Irma Deaths

Authorities in Florida have obtained a search warrant to investigate the deaths of eight elderly residents at a nursing home in Hollywood in the aftermath of Hu...   [ continue reading...]

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Police Union Fought Reforms To Address Sexual Assault by Officers

On Friday, Chicago’s Civilian Office of Police Accountability (COPA) opens for business, with expanded powers, more investigators and a bigger caseload th...   [ continue reading...]

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Will the US Weaken its Disability Laws?

Expand Protesters with ADAPT, a disabled people's rights organization, stage a demonstratio...   [ continue reading...]

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Can Trump Legally Pardon Himself and His Children?

The president's powers are vast, but they are not limitless. Was it legal for Ronald Reagan to pardon George Steinbrenner? Was it legal for Richard N...   [ continue reading...]

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VICTORY: DOJ Backs Down from Facebook Gag Orders in Not-so-secret Investigation

The U.S. Department of Justice has come to the obvious conclusion that there’s no need to order Facebook to keep an investigation “secret” whe...   [ continue reading...]

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Why Are US Universities Arming Themselves With Grenade Launchers?

A program that supplies university police with surplus military equipment is enjoying a renaissance under Trump and Sessions. Most of the military gear is going...   [ continue reading...]

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Justice Department Will Not Charge Officers Over Killing of Freddie Gray

Jake Johnson, staff writerThe Department of Justice said on Tuesday that it will not bring federal charges against the six police officers involved in the death...   [ continue reading...]

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Trump's Justice Department Drops Investigation into the Death of Freddie Gray

The Baltimore Sun is reporting that the US Department of Justice will not pursue criminal civil rights charges against the six officers who had been charged in...   [ continue reading...]

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With All Eyes on DACA, the Trump Administration Is Quietly Killing Overtime Protections

While many pundits have focused on Trump's unrelenting series of failures and scandals, his administration has quietly waged a fairly successful war on labor. (...   [ continue reading...]

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Leaked DOJ Memo Recommends Making Rape Victims' Sexual History Fair Play in Campus Hearings

Will sex-shaming victims be the law of the land? At an event at George Mason University, Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos officially ann...   [ continue reading...]

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