Justice Department

New Report On Ferguson Offers Lessons On Protests
Washington (AP) - A Justice Department report says the police response to unrest in Ferguson, Missouri last summer offers lessons in how not to handle mass demonstrations.
The report warns that such problems could happen in other places roiled by mistrust between law enforcement and the community...
Hillary Clinton To Turn Over Email Server
Hillary Clinton will be turning over her personal email server to federal investigators.
A spokesperson for the former Secretary of State announced today that Clinton will hand over the server and thumb drive of work-related emails to the Justice Department...
Shooting Suspect Held On $1 Million Bond
Bond is set at one-million dollars for one of the charges against the man accused of killing nine people at a church in South Carolina this week. It was set at Dylann Roof's first court appearance in connection with the shooting. The judge said he could only set bail for a weapons charge in the…
No Federal Charges For George Zimmerman
George Zimmerman reportedly will not face federal charges for killing 17-year-old black teenager Trayvon Martin in 2012.
ABC News says that's the announcement coming soon from the U.S. Department of Justice. This, after federal prosecutors apparently found insufficient evidence to prove their ca…
Worcester Woman Charged With lying To FBI In Child Sex Probe
The FBI has charged a Worcester woman with making false statements to authorities who were investigating her son's actions in connection with the daycare facility she operated out of her home.  Here is the Justice Department statement:
A Worcester woman was charged in federal court in Worcester Tuesd…
New Racial Profiling Guidelines To Be Announced
New racial profiling guidelines being announced by the Obama administration would exempt agents from the Homeland Security Department who do border checks and screen passengers at airports.
But the guidelines would also restrict the ability of the FBI and other Justice Department law enforcement agen…
Justice Department Monitors Elections In 18 States
The Justice Department is monitoring elections in 18 states today.
Attorney General Eric Holder says federal officials will check on whether voters are treated differently based on race, color or disability and whether polling places are providing bilingual election materials as required by law...
Holder: Changes Needed In Ferguson, Missouri PD
Attorney General Eric Holder says it's clear that there's a need for ``wholesale change'' in the Ferguson, Missouri, police department.
The Justice Department is investigating the practices of the police department following the Aug. 9 police shooting of an unarmed black 18-year-o…
Holder Expected To Announce Retirement
Attorney General Eric Holder is expected to announce his retirement today.
The nation's first black attorney general has been in office since early 2009.
The 63-year old Holder has had a rocky relationship with congressional Republicans and has frequently clashed with California Republican Darrel…
Michael Brown Remembered As A “Gentle Soul”
One of the mourners at today's funeral for Michael Brown says she went there to ``pray for the family and pray for peace.'' Angela Pierce, a black woman, says she hopes the funeral turns a page and eases tensions. But most important, she says, she hopes it provides healing for Brown&a…

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