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A Foreign Nation Did Interfere In A US Election...In 1980

a foreign nation did interfere in a us election...in 1980
Submitted by Wayne Madsen via The Strategic Culture Foundation, *It was October and the Democratic Party’s presidential candidate was faltering in the polls after the Democratic National..
Zero Hedge

DOJ Ordered To Preserve Gmail Records Of Clinton-Colluding Assistant AG Peter Kadzik

doj ordered to preserve gmail records of clinton-colluding assistant ag peter kadzik
A Judicial Watch lawsuit seeking records related to potential collusion between the Justice Department and Hillary Clinton operatives during her email investigation has resulted in a federal judge..
Zero Hedge

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News video: What'll Happen to Consent Decrees Under President Trump?

What'll Happen to Consent Decrees Under President Trump? 01:35

How the Department of Justice uses consent decrees for reforming police departments could change under the incoming U.S. attorney general.
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News video: Debunked: Obama's on a Record Pardon Pace

Debunked: Obama's on a Record Pardon Pace 01:15

Many would have you believe that President Obama has used the power of the pardon too much in his 8 years in office. But as Veuer's Nick Cardona tells us, that statement is misleading.
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News video: Manning served tough prison term: Obama

Manning served tough prison term: Obama 01:27

President Barack Obama says he felt comfortable commuting the sentence of Chelsea Manning, the former U.S. military intelligence analyst who was responsible for a 2010 leak of classified materials...
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News video: NYC Sued By DOJ For Denying Job To Man With HIV

NYC Sued By DOJ For Denying Job To Man With HIV 00:44

New York City has been sued by the Department of Justice "for revoking an emergency dispatcher job offer it made to a man before he disclosed he had HIV." The Police Deparmtent said that his HIV status..
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News video: Police Orgs Push for De-escalation in Use of Force Policy

Police Orgs Push for De-escalation in Use of Force Policy 01:18

Several organizations, including the Fraternal Order of Police, contributed to a consensus policy on the use of force.
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FBI investigating threats to Jewish centres

*By The Canadian Press* CHICAGO — Federal authorities say they're investigating threats to Jewish centres nationwide. A brief FBI statement Wednesday says it and the Justice Department's..
CJME

Senate Democrats ask Trump attorney general pick to recuse himself from Russia probes

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Nine Democratic senators asked President-elect Donald Trump's nominee to be U.S. attorney general, Senator Jeff Sessions, on Tuesday to recuse himself from any FBI or Justice..
Reuters

Airbag issue sparks biggest-ever car recall

As many as 100 million cars are set to be recalled after Takata reveals potentially lethal problems with its airbag's detonator systems Around 100 million cars from at least 13 manufacturers are set..
Autocar

No U.S. charges for South Carolina ex-deputy seen throwing student

(Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department on Friday said it would not bring federal civil rights charges against a former sheriff's deputy seen in a 2015 viral video flipping a South Carolina high school..
Reuters

Chicago police show 'pattern of excessive force' against city residents, finds Justice Department review

'Society has fallen short' of protecting citizens, attorney general Loretta Lynch said
Independent

Chicago police routinely used excessive force: U.S. Justice Department

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Chicago's police routinely used excessive force according to a report released by the federal government on Friday.
Reuters

U.S. to announce Takata criminal settlement Friday

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department on Friday will announce a "criminal resolution with Takata" over the Japanese auto parts maker's recall of air bag inflator ruptures linked to at..
Reuters

Takata to pay $1 billion to settle U.S. air bag probe: sources

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Japan's Takata Corp is expected to plead guilty to criminal wrongdoing as early as Friday as part of a $1 billion settlement with the U.S. Justice Department over its handling of..
Reuters

Baxter Healthcare to pay $18 million to resolve liability: U.S.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Baxter Healthcare Corp, a unit of Baxter International, has agreed to pay $18 million to resolve its criminal and civil liability arising from the company's failure to follow..
Reuters

U.S. judge orders Volkswagen executive detained

MIAMI/NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. judge on Thursday ordered a Volkswagen executive charged in the Justice Department's diesel emissions investigation held without bail pending trial.
Reuters

Now it's Comey's turn to get probed: FBI boss, his Clinton-linked deputy AND Justice Department to be investigated on scandal of secret server

now it's comey's turn to get probed: fbi boss, his clinton-linked deputy and justice department to be investigated on scandal of secret server
The Justice Department inspector general says he will investigate the actions of the Justice Department and FBI in the months leading up to the 2016 election.
MailOnline

U.S. in deal to reform Baltimore police after Freddie Gray death

BALTIMORE (Reuters) - The city of Baltimore will enact a series of police reforms including changes in how officers use force and transport prisoners under an agreement with the U.S. Justice Department..
Reuters

FBI and DOJ probed over election

The US justice department, FBI and its director are being investigated over actions in the election run-up.
BBC News

Takata expected to plead guilty as part of $1 billion U.S. settlement: sources

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Japanese auto parts manufacturer Takata Corp is expected to agree to plead guilty to fraud charges as early as Friday as part of a $1 billion settlement with the U.S. Justice..
Reuters

Justice Department to investigate Comey's handling of Clinton email probe

FBI Inspector General Michael Horowitz announced on Thursday
Independent

DOJ watchdog investigating FBI decisions in Clinton email probe

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department's internal watchdog said on Thursday it would examine whether the FBI followed proper policies and procedures in connection with its probe of..
Reuters

Baltimore, U.S. Justice Department reach accord on police reform

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department and Baltimore officials have reached a deal for sweeping reforms to the majority-black city's police department after a federal review found officers..
Reuters

U.S. says Shire subsidiaries to pay $350 million to settle false claims act allegations

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Shire PLC subsidiaries will pay $350 million to settle U.S. federal and state False Claims Act allegations related to unlawful methods to push “Dermagraft,” a treatment for..
Reuters


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