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The Missoula County attorney is asking a federal judge to decide if the U.S. Department of Justice has the authority to investigate his office.
A father and son from northeast Illinois will be sentenced May 16 after pleading guilty to defrauding a federal business loan program of $1.7 million.
Colorado's marijuana experiment is going well, but there's a lot of work to do regulating the newly legal drug, state regulators and lawmakers said Monday in a panel reviewing successes and failures of the nation's first retail pot industry.
Unanswered questions shroud the death of an East Texas man as his family rejects authorities' claims that their loved one died of a drug overdose, believing instead that foul play was involved.
A former chiropractor from New Jersey has been convicted on tax fraud charges.
In a story Feb. 7 about tribal prosecutions, The Associated Press misidentified the deputy director of the Justice Department's Office on Violence Against Women. The correct name is Bea Hanson, not Bea Thompson.
A federal lawsuit that claims Lockport-based Bollinger Shipyards made false statements about the structural strength of the U.S. Coast Guard cutters it was hired to modify is bound for court again.
Four national Native American organizations on Monday asked the U.S. Department of Justice to launch an investigation into the treatment of American Indian and Alaska Native children in the private adoption and public child welfare systems, saying civil rights violations there are rampant.
A federal report says East Haven has made "remarkable" progress in the year since Mayor Joseph Maturo Jr. signed a consent decree with the U.S. Department of Justice requiring changes in the Police Department to ensure an end to bias.