Sweeping new policy statement comes after Washington and Colorado voted last November to legalize the drug recreationally.
Guilty plea in destroying evidence related to 2010 disaster.
Deflecting a barrage of criticism over the attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, political activity at the IRS, and a govt. search of journalists' phone records.
Possible sticking point ahead of Thomas Perez's confirmation hearing next week.
The Obama administration backs changing a law that lets police read old emails without a warrant.
Thomas Perez comes from the Justice Department with experience in civil rights enforcement, but quickly drew the ire of GOP senators.
ID numbers and financial records on the U.S. FBI director and famous actors are being investigated.
For all the things President Obama says he can't do because of the political gridlock in Washington, he can right a century-old wrong simply by picking up a pen.
The Justice Department joined a lawsuit Friday against disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong defrauded his longtime sponsor, the U.S. Postal Service.
Push from lawmakers uncomfortable with deadly drones being used to kill suspected terrorists, including U.S citizens.
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