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A “Screaming Siren” Went Off at the DOJ over Trump’s Census Citizenship Question

The Justice Department has a new team of lawyers with a nearly impossible task: finding a new rationale to include the citizenship question on the census after all.
Gaby Del Valle
7.9.19
Eric Garner

"Not a Big Deal": NYPD Lieutenant Was Unalarmed Upon Learning of Eric Garner's Death

Officer Daniel Pantaleo is undergoing a disciplinary hearing for his role in the 2014 incident.
Tess Owen
5.17.19
VICE News

Pamela Anderson Redeclares Her Love for Julian Assange After Visiting Him in Prison

“I love him,” she told reporters. “I can’t imagine what he’s been going through.”
David Uberti
5.7.19
nasa

NASA Says $700 Million in Rocket Failures Caused by Fraudster Company

Aluminum supplier Sapa Profiles, Inc. will pay $46 million to NASA, the Department of Defense, and other victims of its fraud scheme.
Becky Ferreira
5.1.19
Civil Rights

Barr told to “stay woke” to data showing declining civil rights enforcement under Trump

Trump's DOJ has started 60 percent fewer civil rights cases than the Obama years and 50 percent fewer than Bush.
Greg Walters
4.9.19
college admissions scandal

Felicity Huffman and 13 others plead guilty in college admissions scandal

"Operation Varsity Blues” has ensnared 50 people.
Emma Ockerman
4.8.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Students Are Suing the Hell out of Schools Tied to the College Bribery Scam

One woman and her son are asking for $500 billion.
Allie Conti
3.15.19
AT&T

US Courts Just Greenlit AT&T’s Anti-Competitive Ambition for Decades to Come

AT&T’s $86 billion merger with Time Warner will result in higher rates and competition issues, but thanks to lobbying and weakened antitrust oversight, government can’t do a damn thing about it.
Karl Bode
2.26.19
Jeffrey Epstein

A Trump official helped get a wealthy child sex offender off easy. Now the DOJ is investigating.

Financier Jeffrey Epstein managed to evade federal charges over allegations that he sexually assaulted underage girls.
Emma Ockerman
2.7.19
hate crimes

White man who allegedly said "whites don't kill whites" during Kroger shooting is charged with a hate crime

Police said the shooter targeted the supermarket after he was unable to enter a church known for its black congregation.
Tess Owen
11.16.18
Russian probe

Everything we know about Trump's new acting attorney general, Matthew Whitaker​

He’s a prolific poster on Twitter, enjoys golfing, and perhaps most importantly of all, has been critical of the Russia investigation.
Tess Owen
11.8.18
immigration

Leaked report shows the utter dysfunction of Baltimore’s immigration court

Judges fear deportations will occur just because of unprocessed paperwork.
Ani Ucar
10.3.18
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