The Justice Department will investigate reports that inmates at Fulton County Jail are subject to filthy living conditions.
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Philip Esformes' case is a story about what happens when the government violates some of its most basic promises.
Biden Looks Careless, Shady, and Hypocritical After the Revelations About His Handling of Classified Material
Prosecuting Trump for keeping government records at Mar-a-Lago now seems doomed for political as well as legal reasons.
The attorney general's memo to prosecutors is an improvement, but it is no substitute for legislation.
After the former president dismissed the allegation as a "hoax," multiple sources now report that investigators found top secret and classified documents at Mar-a-Lago.
Garland said the move was in the name of transparency, as part of his pledge that the Justice Department would "speak through its work."
The department claims that the ban, which provides no exceptions for medical emergencies, violates existing federal law.
Based in divisive identitarianism, the DOJ’s new strategy is a recipe for expanded authority and conflict.
The media mischaracterized the senator's back-and-forth with Attorney General Merrick Garland.
Muzzling critics of government policy will just make them angrier.
Libertarian legal eagle Randy Barnett explains why Garland's deference to Congress is a deal breaker.
"If 'right of Scalia' is what a Democratic nominee looks like, maybe we'll get better from President Trump."
Also suggests that Senate prepares standing list of candidates.
But the case, which hinged on the DEA's broad statutory discretion, does not say much about the SCOTUS nominee's drug policy views.
D.C. Circuit Judge Merrick Garland nominated for SCOTUS