loretta lynch

russia

Bad Russian intelligence shaped Comey's investigation into Clinton's emails

Carter Sherman
5.24.17
International Olympic Committee

Official at Both FIFA and IOC Resigns From Soccer-Related Roles Amidst Bribery Claims

The DOJ has indicted or accepted guilty pleas from more than 40 people since it opened its investigation on FIFA in 2015. That tally could soon jump significantly.
Liam Daniel Pierce
4.30.17
Civil Rights

Chicago cops unnecessarily shoot at suspects and go unpunished, scathing DOJ report says

Keegan Hamilton
1.13.17
Policing

Trump's attorney general could derail Obama's reform deal with Baltimore PD

Tess Owen
1.12.17
Criminal Justice

The number of adults in the U.S. corrections system hit a 13-year low last year

Christina Sterbenz
12.29.16
FBI crime stats

Loretta Lynch sees “alarming trends” in hates crimes against Americans

Christina Sterbenz
11.18.16
Policing

New York FBI agents booted from Eric Garner case

Tess Owen
10.25.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

North Carolina Governor Drops 'Bathroom Bill' Lawsuit Because It's Too Expensive

Between court costs, lost tourism revenue, and company boycotts, HB2 has cost the state an estimated $395 million since it was passed in March.
VICE Staff
9.19.16
News

The VICE Morning Bulletin

This morning, a man was shot and killed by police during a routine traffic stop in Minnesota, Attorney General Loretta Lynch closed the case on Hillary Clinton's private email server, and more.
VICE Staff
7.7.16
politics

The FBI interviewed Hillary Clinton for three hours on Saturday

The FBI is in the final stages of its investigation into how Clinton and her aides handled classified information during her tenure as secretary of state.
VICE News and Reuters
7.2.16
US politics

Loretta Lynch will accept FBI's recommendations in Clinton email investigation

The move comes amid an uproar over Lynch's impromptu meeting this week with Bill Clinton while his wife is under federal investigation.
VICE News and Reuters
7.1.16
politics

Obama Administration Orders Schools to Let Transgender Students Use Bathrooms of Their Choice

The Justice Department issued the directive the same week it exchanged lawsuits with North Carolina over an anti-LGBT law.
Liz Fields
5.13.16
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