After prosecutors flagged hundreds of cops caught fixing tickets for friends and family a decade ago, the officers’ work was supposed to get an extra level of scrutiny. Some cases fell apart anyway.
House Judiciary Committee is holding a hearing on oversight of the Justice Department Thursday morning
Why it matters: Less than a month ago, FBI director Christopher Wray formally apologized to the U.S. gymnasts abused by Nassar, noting that the FBI’s failure to stop Nassar was “inexcusable.”
The patent-law expert took on 138 cases involving companies in which he or his spouse had a financial interest, a Wall Street Journal investigation found
The judges failed to recuse themselves from 685 lawsuits from 2010 to 2018 involving firms in which they or their family held shares, a Wall Street Journal investigation found
Black Americans are more likely to get federal life sentences than whites or Latinos, a new study has found.
Attorney general’s order follows disclosures that the Justice Department secretly pursued phone records of journalists at several news outlets
“I’m still positive, and I guess I have to be, that people are going to go to jail, and they are going to be prosecuted for the Russia grand fiasco and the Russia hoax,” Nunes said on the Sara Carter Show podcast.
The Justice Department’s inspector general’s report dissects the FBI’s failed response to allegations against the U.S. gymnastics team doctor in 2015