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The Justice Department announced yesterday plans to add 64 new prosecutors along the southwest border.
Government charges employee with conspiracy.
The controversy over Ashcroft's contract raises bigger issues about this Justice Department tool.
Q&A: Federal Judge Reggie Walton explains his harsh criticism of sentencing disparities.
The Justice Department's inspector general is expected to release a report soon detailing whether FBI employees participated in any abuse of detainees at military prisons in Guantánamo Bay, Iraq, and Afghanistan, according to a report released by the division today.
A federal law has created tensions in the legal system.
Much has changed since Michael Mukasey made his first vows to the Department of Justice in 1972, beginning his career as an assistant U.S. attorney. But when the 66-year-old former federal judge took the oath as the 81st attorney general this morning, he promised to uphold the same obligations he had made 35 years ago: to apply the law fairly and impartially.
Retired high court member says deficiencies in courts are nearly impossible to fix
Mistrial is a setback for the government in its largest terrorist financing case.