Sunday, November 18, 2012

Justice department

  • Justice Department should open the files on Adam Frank: James Gill

    Adam Frank does not get much privacy, on account of he is in Angola for armed robbery, but the Justice Department is keen to protect what he has.

  • Justice Dept. sues eBay for allegedly agreeing with Intuit not to hire each ...

    WASHINGTON - The Justice Department alleged Friday that Meg Whitman, the former CEO of eBay Inc., was intimately involved in making an anticompetitive agreement that prohibited eBay and Intuit Inc. from hiring each other's employees.

  • Justice Department Examining Ways To Make Voting Easier, Heeding ...

    Perez said the Justice Department is already looking at the issue of provisional ballots, which individuals cast when poll workers have questions about whether they are eligible to vote.

  • Defense lawyers accuse Justice Department of making BP workers scapegoats ...

    NEW ORLEANS - While BP has resolved a sweeping criminal probe of its role in the massive 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, two company employees charged in the deaths of 11 rig workers claim the Justice Department is trying to make them ...

  • Banker math meets the Justice Department's spin

    Eric Holder has said he doesn't know if he will stay on as U.S. attorney general, now that President Barack Obama has been re-elected.

  • Justice Dept. Officials Answer Questions About BP

    Justice Dept. Officials Answer Questions About BP. United States Justice Department Officials answer questions at the press conference announcing the settlement in the Deepwater Horizon case against BP.

  • Justice Department seeks more Seattle police records

    The settlement agreement, reached in late July after contentious negotiations, stemmed from the Justice Department's finding that Seattle police had engaged in a pattern or practice of excessive force and displayed troubling evidence of biased policing.

  • Petraeus scandal: Lawmakers keeping pressure on Justice Dept. over timeline

    More than a week after the resignation of CIA Director David H. Petraeus, the Justice Department remains under intense congressional pressure to explain its handling of the case - and why lawmakers were not informed sooner.

  • Justice Dept. Issues Guidance on Overseas Bribes

    WASHINGTON - With billions of dollars in potential fines and foreign investment in the balance, the Justice Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday released long-awaited guidance on how prosecutors interpret and enforce ...

  • Justice Department Investigating FedEx

    (Memphis) Memphis based FedEx is in trouble with the feds after allegations they helped illegal online pharmacies break the law by shipping their drugs.

  • Justice department won't consolidate Aman, Rasuman cases

    THE Department of Justice (DOJ) has no plans of consolidating the complaints against Jachob "Coco" Rasuman with that of another pyramiding group, the Aman Futures Group Philippines.

  • Federal report on Las Vegas police wins praise

    Release of the Justice Department report, which capped an eight-month investigation that included nearly 100 interviews, was one of the most significant actions by federal authorities in the history of Southern Nevada policing.

  • Justice Department offers 40 recommendations to reduce Metro's officer ...

    James "Chips" Stewart, a senior fellow of public safety at CNA Analysis & Solutions, holds up the report as he speaks during a press conference held by the U.S.

  • Justice Department says Entergy can buy 2 power plants, but says antitrust ...

    The Justice Department said Wednesday that Entergy can complete the purchase, and Entergy expects to do so by year's end.

  • Exelon to Pay $400000 in Settlement With Justice Department

    According to the Justice Department, Exelon was required to sell three electricity plants in Maryland under a December 2011 consent degree.

  • Top Republicans Suggests Obama Sat On Petraeus Scandal Until After The ...

    In 1993, back to the Clinton era, Andrea will remember this, I recommended strict protocols between the Justice Department and the White House, which were implemented.

  • US Closes Antitrust Investigation Into Seed Industry, Monsanto

    The U.S. Justice Department has closed a formal antitrust investigation into the U.S. seed industry, which is led by crop biotechnology giant Monsanto Co.

  • Justice official: Register voters automatically

    The proposal by Assistant Attorney General Thomas Perez, chief of the Justice Department's civil rights division, follows an election with breakdowns that forced voters in many states to wait in line for hours.

  • BP agrees to plead guilty and pay a record $4.5 billion over Gulf spill; 3 ...

    And attorneys for the two rig workers accused the Justice Department of making scapegoats out of them. Both men are still with BP.

  • Exelon to pay $692000 to settle alleged merger-related violations

    The Justice Department said Thursday that Exelon - to not raise market prices for electricity - was required to make electricity-sale bids at or below cost from 22 of its generating plants while waiting to sell three plants in Maryland after the ...

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