Former DOJ Chief of Staff Mark Levin blasted special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into President Trump.
Several reports that Secretary of Labor Tom Perez used a private email account while working for the Department of Justice may hamper his planned bid to succeed Donna Brazile as chairman of the Democratic National Committee.
The Justice Department wants to figure out the identity of anonymous online commenters who made threatening remarks about a federal judge. Judge Andrew Napolitano reacted on Fox and Friends.
A new report is calling attention to a secret Justice Department surveillance program in which airplanes can be used to intercept cell phone communications. The "dirtbox" technology acts like a cell phone tower and is able to scan thousands of phones searching for a suspect. In the process, however, the plane is also pulling in the data of everyone else in that target area.
Republicans are crying foul after learning that the woman selected to lead the Justice Department's investigation of the IRS/Tea Party targeting scandal is an Obama campaign donor.
A disbarred attorney convicted of aiding one of the world’s worst terrorists was freed from prison early. Lynne Stewart was treated to a hero’s welcome in New York City on New Year’s Day.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry reacted today to the Justice Department saying they'll sue the state over their law requiring voters to show identification at the polls.
The Department of Justice has defunded a Louisiana organization aimed at equipping young people with important life skills. The sheriff of Bossier Parish said he was told it was because of the group’s voluntary prayers and mention of “the love of God.”
Attorney General Eric Holder spoke in front of the NAACP in Orlando, Florida about the Trayvon Martin case. Below are his remarks as prepared for delivery:
Judge Andrew Napolitano gave us his legal opinion this morning on the Justice Department's investigation of George Zimmerman for possible civil rights violations in the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin. The Justice Department could bring new charges against Zimmerman if they believe the murder was motivated by race, thus making it a hate crime.
Attorney General Eric Holder made remarks following George Zimmerman's acquittal, saying that the Department of Justice will continue to investigate Trayvon Martin's death.