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In the 1990s, the pharmaceutical industry repeatedly was named the most profitable industry in the world. More than a decade later, the industry tops a more dubious list: the No. 1 source of fraud-related settlements with the Department of Justice, an advocacy group says.
A prosecutor said Thursday that he will use a lobbyist's e-mails about behind-the-scenes dealmaking to convict him of corrupting officials in Congress and the Bush administration.
The Obama Justice Department is doing everything it can to boost Democrats in the upcoming election. It's helping stifle military votes, facilitating criminal voting and encouraging intimidation at the polls by deep-sixing the New Black Panther voter-intimidation case.
Federal officials haven't ruled out taking legal action if California voters approve a ballot initiative that would legalize recreational marijuana use in the state, President Obama's drug czar said Wednesday.
A federal judge said Monday that she is leaning toward denying a government request to delay her order halting the military from enforcing its ban on openly gay troops.
Your pointed editorial "No black hole for Black Panthers" (Comment & Analysis, Tuesday) was spoiled by the final sentence: "If the attorney general continues to stonewall transparency, it looks like he's hiding something."
A federal court judge in Florida ruled Thursday that key portions of a lawsuit challenging the Obama administration's health care reform law can go forward, and accused the Justice Department of taking an 'Alice-in-Wonderland' approach to its defense of the controversial "penalty" for people who don't buy insurance.
The number of violent and property crimes reported continued to drop last year despite significant declines in the nation's economy, according to a Justice Department report Wednesday, which put the numbers at their lowest levels since the survey began in 1973.
The Obama administration distanced itself Wednesday from a federal judge's injunction banning enforcement of the "don't ask, don't tell" policy on gays in the military, with officials saying that the policy should be properly addressed by Congress and not the courts.