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A Republican senator is criticizing the latest federal contract to a government background check firm accused of fraud that also has faced scrutiny over its role in the vetting of Edward Snowden and Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis.
Sen. Robert Menendez said Tuesday that he has asked the Justice Department to investigate whether the Cuban government had a role in allegations against him that have made him a target of a federal probe.
A Justice Department program designed to cut down on loan fraud could instead wind up threatening legitimate businesses, a key Republican congressman warned Tuesday.
The Justice Department says it can't find a tape recording sought by a federal prisoner who says the evidence will exonerate him in a 1998 double murder
The National Organization for Marriage said the $50,000 settlement the IRS paid the group for releasing its private tax information was a start, but it still wants the Justice Department to grant immunity to the key gay rights activist involved in the release.
Two prominent civil libertarian groups have filed a joint petition asking the U.S. Supreme Court to take up the case of a D.C. man serving nearly 19 years in prison after his conviction on a $600 drug deal, citing concerns about "carte blanche" powers given to federal judges.
The Internal Revenue Service just agreed to pay a $50,000 settlement to the National Organization for Marriage after admitting it was wrong to put out for public viewing some of the group's confidential information about donors.
The Obama Administration's investigatory credibility, like Lois Lerner's emails, has been irrevocably "lost."