He became faint and short of breath during a morning meeting
Department of Justice
U.S. Attorney General stands up for six state attorneys general who didn’t defend their states’ gay marriage bans from challenges
The administration is urging lawyers to help get low-level offenders out of prison faster
Sen. Charles Schumer has been pushing for the move since the disappearance and death of Avonte Oquendo in October last year
Promises the feds are still working to keep the drug out of young hands, even in states where it’s been legalized
Attorney General Eric Holder announced that the Obama Administration is filing suit against North Carolina over recent changes to the state’s voting laws
A Department of Justice Inspector General report lays out the limited ways domestic law enforcement is using drones, for now, and recommends policies to constrain their use.
On Thursday, Attorney General Holder announced the expansion of his new federal mandatory minimum guidelines to pending cases
Attorney General Holder announced the Department is suing Texas over the state’s new voter ID law and 2011 redistricting maps.
Critics say Washington lags behind state-level innovations that are saving money and reducing crime
Accused of criminalizing journalism, Holder releases new rules for leak cases
Just hours after former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer announced his intentions, he was greeted with the sort of Twitter storm that disgraced politicians have come to expect in the age of social media.
Lawmakers take their best shots at the embattled Attorney General in today’s House Judiciary Committee hearing.